Suggested reading from Elmer’s Flag and Banner: Decorative flags for every occasion at Elmer’s Flag and Banner
In our efforts to protect others these days, we all spend more time at home with work-from-home options and distance learning for our children. And when the holidays are on the horizon, decorate the rooms you see every day with decorative house banners for the front of your home.
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Hannukah holiday themed banners add a festive flair and a welcoming feel to your home. For Halloween we have witches and lanterns, sugar skulls and black cats. Or maybe you prefer a seasonal house banner with fall colors or spring flowers, happy snowmen, summer sunshine on a farm barn, or even patriotic pups. And our winter scene and holiday banners look great against the backdrop of snow and house lights.
With hundreds of styles to choose from, our banners are available in both house size (28 “x 40”) and garden size (12.5 “x 18”) and are made from high quality 200 denier nylon to resist fading and mold . These durable banners are silky to the touch and fall beautifully.
If you are looking for something special, keep in mind that Elmer’s Flag and Banner offers custom design and creation services for individual banners. We’ve helped clients create flags and banners with family crests to reveal events, a party theme, and banners with business logos.
As Portland’s largest flag and banner shop, we have something for everyone. Visit Elmer’s Flag and Banner today and browse our 4,000 square foot store or visit us online at www.elmersflag.com
Elmer’s flag and banner
1332 NE Broadway, Portland
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