Another year of the pandemic and it's starting to feel spookier than the spookiest holiday, Halloween! Maybe we're used to the masks now, but let's remember to have some fun.
At Elmer's Flag and Banner, we have hundreds of Halloween and fall-themed house banners to decorate your home. Lately, people are getting creative celebrating Halloween with spook trails in the backyard, candy parades, and even "trunk-or-treating" (handing candy out from the car). Some houses are planning outside fire pits to welcome the masked hobgoblins with a cup of cider, and maybe a cup of vampire blood for mom and dad.
We have numerous banners including Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead sugar skullÂ banners, pumpkins, ghosts, and ones that say "trick or treat" to let the little monsters know you're handing out candy (full-sized Kit Kat, please!) Plus, we carry an array of autumn banners with vibrant fall colors, cornucopias, and Thanksgiving themes.
Our premium house banners and garden flags are fade and mildew resistant to help preserve the color and lifespan of your banner and they're crafted from weather-proof nylon, polyester, and rayon to enhance drape and movement, so they last a good long time outdoors in the Pacific Northwest, or indoors.
The last two years we've gotten used to wearing masks and eating candy! Come into Elmer's Flag and banner today and browse our 4,000-square-foot selection of flags and banners for the upcoming holidays and remember, $68 of every $100 you spend at locally owned shops stays in the community, helping to retain independent and diverse businesses.
Elmer's Flag and Banner
1332 N.E. Broadway, Portland
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