I am no longer taking requests for signs... sorry!
Here is a link to the post where you can make your own:
DIY CARNIVAL SIGNS
We had 12 carnival games with signs I made for each for my daughter's birthday party.
You can see the post on the party here.
You can see part 2 of the games here.
You can find extra printables here.
And even more printables here.
You can find fun carnival cake pops here.
I got the inspiration for my signs from the blog One Charming Party. I loved how they looked, but there were two problems, first they were too small and second, they didn't have all the games I wanted. So, I decided to make my own!
|This game was purchase at Oriental Trading.|
|We had a teenage girl we know come and do face painting. We provided the paint purchased at Party City and she brought her own paintbrushes.|
|I have had this game for awhile. I bought it on clearance at Hobby Lobby.|
|For this game I bought 12 glass jars from the dollar store and borrowed my friend's crate. The crate helped to keep the ping pong balls from going everywhere.|
|I used a wood bowling set we have owned for years. The kids had to try and knock over the pins. We ended up getting a wood board to put behind the pins as a backstop.|
|This game is really fun, but we were not able to play it until the end because of the wind. Basically you try to shoot off the ping pong balls off of the stand. The stand is simply a wood board with golfing tees stuck in the top.|
Here are the first 6 games with the sign printables. To print them just save them to your computer. I sent them to the UPS store and had them blown up onto their 11X17 size paper (about $0.89 each) They didn't quite extend all the way, so I trimmed the edges. Mine ended up being closer to 11X14 & 1/2. I then took them and adhesive sprayed them to foam board cut down to their same size.