Instantly download this printable Spy Party Backdrop Sign that says “Secret Agents Only – Restricted Access”.
This large 36×48 inch template comes with either a fedora or magnifying glass and makes easy party decorations for your secret agent or spy theme birthday party.
Note that you cannot edit any text on this template.
Download links to this Spy Party Backdrop Sign will be emailed directly to your inbox.
- 2 x PDF files (one with a hat & one with a magnifying glass) – 36 x 48 inch (for USA customers)
- 2 x PDF files (one with a hat & one with a magnifying glass) – A0 (for Australian, UK or Asia customers)
HOW IT WORKS
1. INSTANT DOWNLOAD
Download your Spy Party Backdrop Sign immediately after your payment has been processed.
Print as many times as you like at your local copy shop on white paper. Often the cheapest way to print is as a color Engineering print.
The Spy Party Backdrop Sign comes in 36 x 48 inches and A0 sizes
I recommend using Adobe Reader (the latest version is called Adobe Acrobat Reader DC) to view this Spy Party Backdrop Sign. Download it for FREE from: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
NO – you cannot change any text
NO – all templates are locked. Graphics, colors, sizes, fonts or backgrounds cannot be changed
36 x 48 inches or A0
PRINT AT A COPY SHOP:
YES – email or save to a USB and take to your local copy shop
PRINT AT A PHOTO LAB:
NO – templates are not JPG or photo files
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Super fun puzzles to figure out for a spy-themed party! Made the planning of it all much easier and enjoyable. We made specific clues tailored to our little “spy” and her guests all worked together to solve the mystery. Would definitely recommend!
Excellent party printables, really clear instructions. The automatically filled fields are great. I’ve had so many compliments on the invitations already. Love Simone’s work
Kids LOVED learning about different types of codes/ciphers, and writing messages in code! So cool and a fun screen-free activity that can be played again and again! We used code to write messages that the kids had to decode to solve mysteries. We also played scavenger hunt where they had to decode the clues to find the objects.