Lego Font Banner Template {free printable}

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Use this free Lego Font in all the ABC’s to make the perfect Lego banner for any party or activity. It looks like a Lego brick! {giddy} This free printable file includes the letters A-Z so you can customize or personalize any banner template, with the Lego Font.

I made this Lego Font Banner for my sons 8th birthday as he wanted The Lego Movie themed party. It’s super easy to make and quickly decorates any room into a Lego Theme.

Free Lego Font Banner with Alphabet on Tip Junkie
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Lego Font Banner

I printed out the alphabet letters that I needed {free download above}, cut around them, and attached them with pop-dots to an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper with six 3″ circles to make a Lego Banner.

How to Make Text Look Like the Lego Logo Using Microsoft Word

If you want to make your own Lego Font for free here’s how I did it.  It is a similar font to “Lego Thick”. However, I couldn’t find that font so this is what I did.

1. Download the Bauhaus 93 font {shown} or Aharoni Bold font, if you don’t already have it in Microsoft Word.

2. Create a text box. Type in Lego.

3. Use “glow” tool. Add outline, inside outline….

4. Add another text box. Use the bucket tool to fill it in red.

For more Lego ideas check out 55 Best DIY Lego Activities, Parties, and Decorations. They include the most creative party games for kids.

Lego Font Banner Template {free printable}

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You Will Need...

  • Lego Font Template {link above}
  • 8.5 x 11 Paper
  • 2 inch Circle Punch
  • Pop Dots {raised}
  • Ribbon
  • Small Hole Punch

Step by Step Instructions

  • Step 1

    To Make the Lego Brick: Use a 8.5 x 11 sheet of colored paper for the banner. Use a 2 inch circle punch in the same color, to create the “Lego Bumps”. Use raised pop dots to create the Lego brick look and attach.

  • Step 2

    Print out the ABC Lego Font file {free from Tip Junkie and attached to this post} in the letters to customize your child’s name. Cut out and attach to the paper Lego bricks you just made.

  • Step 3

    Add pop dot adhesive stickers that are double sided to attach the Lego font letter to the banner

  • Step 4

    Center the Lego font letter to the middle of the 8.5 x 11 paper you added the big circle punches to ~ to complete the look.

  • Step 5

    This is what the letter banner will look like once the alphabet has been attached to it.  Lastly, sse a small hole punch to make 2 holes on both upper corners. Thread through ribbon to hang.  Easy.

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  1. Jessica C Jessica Castro

    awesome website!

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