These simple and gorgeous printable numbers are the perfect addition to our gold foil banner!
Making a banner is a quick and easy way to decorate for any holiday occasion! We use our birthday banner every year, and our buffalo check banner looks darling for any season, but this printable gold banner is definitely the most versatile!
Simple Gold Printable Numbers Banner
Awhile back we created some fun gold banner pieces that included every letter of the alphabet. They’re so great for parties or celebrations of any occasion because you can literally print whatever name or greeting you’d like. Well, apparently you all loved that banner set so much that you’ve been begging for us to include some numbers! (Thanks for your comments and emails- we sure love positive feedback from all of you!)
You asked and we delivered.
I’m thrilled to tell you the numbers you’ve been requesting are here – today is the day!
Here are your free printable gold banner numbers.
Gold Foil Banner Numbers for Any Occasion
- free printable gold banner kit (download below)
- printer + paper (or send into a print shop)
- string or twine
- tape or paper hole punch
- laminator (optional)
- First, print off the numbers you’ll need for your individualized banner. Each number 0-9 is on a single page, so if you’re wanting the number 50, print off the 5 and the 0.
- Cut out, and laminate (optional) your numbers.
- Using a paper hole punch or tape, attach the numbers to your string or twine.
- Hang up and let the festivities begin!
- Each piece of the banner (each number) is one full page–a standard 8.5 x 11 inch.
- We found it best to print on cardstock for durability.
- We also recommend laminating the numbers for future use.
Ready to download your gold foil numbers printable?
We hope this completes your plans for any and all darling banners for your holiday celebrations!
Don’t forget to grab the matching letters to this gold foil banner set by clicking HERE!
This post originally published on Somewhat Simple in 2015, but was updated with a fresh new design and images in 2018.