Say, do you remember the super adorable banner that we had made up for Hubby for Father’s Day? I got it from BannersOnTheCheap.com. The boys and I had SUCH fun making it for him, and then displaying it for him that morning.
BannersOnTheCheap makes super nice vinyl banners. And their prices are very cheap! You can buy a 2 x 5 foot banner for $12. The banner we got was a nice sturdy vinyl. The edges were unfinished, but we just put in a few grommets on our own and voila! Easy to hang.
If you jump quickly (before end of day on June 25), you too can get a free banner in time for the 4th of July! Just go to their special offer page and choose your design. Or design your own. You just pay shipping. And put in the grommets.
I’m definitely going to get a few more banners over the next few months, because I’ve already thought of more than one use for these. A birthday banner, a new baby, any holiday, a special event at church or school…any of those are ideal situations to have a banner.
If you get one, will you take a pic and share? I’d love to see what you come up with!
Earnest Parenting: help for parents who want awesome banners.
FTC disclosure: I got a free banner from BannersOnTheCheap and wrote this review because I really love it! You can get one too.
Vinyl banners are especially suitable for trade show presentations because they are lightweight and can be effortlessly shipped or transported.
The printing on digitally printed vinyl banners are cool and colorful, and very strong, because they are made for outdoor use. These banners are commonly printed on a more tear-resistant material, and should contain seams and grommets where demanded.
If you want your banner to last for more than one event it is best to print it with strong outdoor inks to make it scratch, water, and UV resistant. Be sure your vinyl banners are printed with full color outdoor resilient printing using solvent inks. Because the printing procedure is a digital one, banner projects can contain photographs, logos, and special artwork.