Printable Paper Collection & BBQ Blog Hop

Summer is officially here and in full swing. And that means it’s time for outdoor parties and backyard BBQ’s. Woohoo! Every party needs some fun decor and to help you out, I’ve created a fun collection of printable papers that can be used in a ton of ways to dress up any shindig.

Printable Paper 1

But wait, there’s more! We’ve joined up with some amazing bloggers to share even more projects and recipes to make your summer BBQ a hit. Be sure to check them out at the bottom of this post!

There are so many fun ideas you can use to turn printable paper into fabulous party decorations.

Printable Paper 2

From buntings and banners to pinwheels and place mats, the possibilities are endless.

Printable Paper 3

Many times, all you need are scissors, glue, and a little creativity.

Printable Paper 4

These printables are free of charge and for personal use only. Click the images below for the PDF link.

Please download the files and open with Adobe Reader to ensure proper print sizing. When printing, make sure that Page Scaling is set to “Fit Printable Area” and Borderless Printing is selected. Enjoy!

Blue Dots Chevron Skinny Stripe

Stars Blue Stripe White Dots

Ready for more? Check out these other amazing ideas to liven up your next BBQ!


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  5. Corey @ TinySidekick

    What a fun collection of paper and I love all of your ideas of how to use them! Such a great freebie. Thanks! And thanks for linking up at The Makers!

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  10. Tricia Lacey

    i LOVE and ADORE these papers! They are going to be darling touches on our company picnic! I am especially grateful for the lining-the-mason-jar-for-silverware idea! Thanks for sharing!


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