DIY Flag Banner for a Sonic Themed Birthday Party

Creating my son’s Sonic-themed birthday decorations was a blast! He was obsessed with Sonic this year, so I was all in when he wished for a Sonic-themed party. Determined to make it the most epic Sonic celebration ever, I scoured the internet, only to find a lack of suitable decorations. Undeterred, I took matters into my own hands, diving into Pinterest for inspiration and gathering materials to craft a one-of-a-kind birthday bash.

This post marks the beginning of a series – stay tuned for more! Check out the linked posts below for the rest of the blog journey. Get ready for an adventure!

DIY Sonic-Themed Happy Birthday Flag Banner:

Materials Needed:

  • Ruler

  • Pencil

  • Paper glue

  • Scissors

  • One sheet of A4 white paper

  • Large blue and gold sheets of thick paper

  • Approximately 10 meters of ribbon

  • Paper punch


  1. Begin by creating a template for the banner.

  2. Transfer the template onto the white A4 sheet and carefully cut it out.

  • I calculated the number of letters needed for the lettering and included three additional blank elements as starting and ending flags. While my inscription was in English, feel free to use any language you prefer.

  • I sketched out the required number of panels using the template on the back of the thick blue paper. Luckily, I found some shiny, thick blue paper that worked perfectly for the project.

  • I wrote “Happy Birthday” on the back of the gold paper in lettering, boarding the letters and cutting them out. Before doing so, I measured the panels’ height and drew borders to ensure the notes were the correct size.

  • Following cutting out the letters, I adhered them to the blue panels using hot glue. However, this method caused the letters to start peeling off once cooled. To avoid this, I recommend using paper glue instead.

  • I printed, colored, and carefully cut out Sonic and his friends’ characters to decorate the blank panels, securing them in place with glue.

  • I used a hole punch to drill holes at the top of each panel. If you don’t have this tool, the tip of a pair of scissors can be an alternative for creating holes.



Svetlana Hristova

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