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Craniversary Banner

 

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For those of you who don’t know Craniversary is a one year anniversary for brain surgery. On January 20th 2016 it was my husbands 1 year Craniversary. On November 2014 he was diagnosed with a prolactin secreting pituitary tumor and was later scheduled with brain surgery on January 20th, 2015 to get it removed. It was a very difficult time in my life to see him go through such a scary surgery, and to see him in so much pain. Luckily the neurosurgeons were able to remove Pat (we named his tumor) without any problems and he is now living a healthy life.

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Being his 1 year anniversary I decided to go all out. I love to celebrate and I decided that it would be fun to make it a fun celebration. While he was at work I made him a “Happy Craniversary” Banner (I have some links below to make your own), and I made him a jello  Brain. Later that evening we met our families for dinner at Red Lobster and celebrated his life.

 

I am so beyond thankful for my husband and for modern medicine. He is a trooper and my hero.

Here are the downloads for the banner.

Banner (I found this from Google)

Happy Craniversary (I made this one myself, and I added an extra N
for those who want Cranniversary instead of Craniversary.)

CRANIVERSARY BANNER

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Supplies:

  • Card stock
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Glue
  • Pencil/Pen

Instructions

  1. Click on Happy Craniversary and Banner for a free download
  2. Print them out (I used card stock) and cut them out
  3. Use the Banner outline and use it as a stencil for your pennants on paper of your choice.
  4. Glue the letters onto the pennants
  5. Hole punch two holes at the top for the ribbon.
  6. String the ribbon through the holes

 

I hope you all have a splendid day,

-Abby

 

 

6 thoughts on “Craniversary Banner

  1. I’m so happy to hear that the surgery went well and your husband is now healthy. I think it’s great that you’re celebrating the 1 year anniversary and your decorations are so creative!

  2. Nice post. I’m a cancer survivor. I know the challenges of a diagnosis of this magnitude (to some degree, anyway. I’m happy to hear your husband is doing fine now. Cute story here. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Warmest XO

    April
    ImperfectLiving.com

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