DIY Best.Day.Ever. Confetti Banner

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We consider our weddings and the birth of our children to be among our Best.Day{s}.Ever.

What was your Best.Day.Ever?

Some days will always be more special than others, and some days will be trivial, but what if we tried to make every day the Best.Day.Ever? What a wonderful world that would be! We never know what day will be our last, but we know for sure that each and every moment is truly a blessing, so every day we’re alive should be considered the Best.Day.Ever.

We created a large DIY Confetti Best.Day.Ever. sign that would make…

  • the best DIY party backdrop ever
  • the best DIY table-cloth ever
  • the best DIY birthday banner ever

You can make the DIY confetti sign for under $20, and its a fun activity to do with the kids.

You’ll Need:

How To:

  • Tape Kraft paper to the wall behind the paper tablecloth. If you choose to do a plastic tablecloth, you may not need the ‘backing,’ but if you choose to use a paper tablecloth that’s soft like linen, the markers will bleed through.
  • Tape the table-cloth to the wall using painter’s tape.
  • Use stencils or a Silhouette cutting machine to cut large Best.Day.Ever. letters.
  • Use painter’s tape to tape the letters in place on the table-cloth. You will need to roll the tape to make it double-sided.
  • Start with one color and get ‘dot happy.’ Dot the markers all over the sides and corners of the letters and all over the table-cloth in a random fashion.
  • Repeat with all the marker colors.
  • Remove the letters from the table-cloth.

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Make today the Best.Day.Ever.

{images via j. sorelle}


  1. Hi, I know you posted this a while ago, but thank you so much for this how-to! The dot markers are awesome! I am using them to make confetti-themed cups, party hats, and tablecloths for my son’s upcoming 2nd bday party. I really appreciate the inspiration! -Amy

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