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Easy and Simple Football Party | Free Printable Decor

Thursday, January 12, 2017

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It's that special time of year when everyone is a fan of somebody and we all get to go Football crazy! Even if you aren't a big fan all year, it's fun to throw a party for The Big Game, plus it gives us something to look forward to after a little break from the holidays. Throwing a simple football party is fun for everyone and not just those diehard fans. I mean, really, who doesn't love getting together and eating party food? 

This year, I want to keep it really simple. Clean, simple decorations and some better for you party food are on my list. I created some printables to share with you. The best part, you can personalize them to your favorite team OR you can just keep it simple. 

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Even the food here is simple, just a few sweets and enough savory to keep it interesting! I picked up everything in one stop and chose some of our favorites. 

I used individual bags for the chips to make it grab and go throughout the game when you just need something to munch on. 

Using individual bags can cut down on waste and sharing a big bowl of chips and germs at a party! Easy-and-simple-Football-Party-Planning

I kept it simple with cutting boards and serving trays that we already have around the house, but using the printables to add that little football touch! Here's how to personalize these printables.

Step 1. Download






You can save these right from this post, just open them in a new window and right click to save.

Step 2. Personalize. 

They are in jpg format, so you should be able to save and pull them into any editing program. Open the files and add your team's name, mascot, colors, or favorite player to the blank pennants.

Step 3. Print, Cut, and String


Each of the flags have a small area to fold around a string or toothpick, but if you'd rather just us tape, you can trim that area off when cutting them out.

Step 4. Make it your own! 


Add fun decor, like yarn, footballs the kids have around the house, and extra string or trim to you banner. Make it your own without having to buy all new party decor or ANY!

Step 5. Add Food!


Going back to Step 2, you can also use the small pennant flags for food labels.

Don't forget these new fan favorites, like Snack Factory® Pretzel Crips® and Kettle Brand® Potato Chips. We picked ours up at Walmart but you can find them at any retailer nationally. 


Also, be sure to check out these other fabulous tutorials and recipes from our blogging friends who have a love for the big game too! 




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