Wednesday, December 16

Blank Polar Express Ticket

A while ago I create a Polar Express Ticket Printable that had the word BELIEVE on them.  Since then I have had several people ask if I had a blank version.  I didn't think I could remove the words to make one but...  I DID! Yeah me!  Or yeah you who asked?

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD!
Or CLICK HERE to go to the post for the printable ticket with words on it.

6 comments:

  1. My little 3 year old grandson is completely obsessed with Polar Express. Last night after watching it he was asking us for our tickets then held an invisible ticket behind his back flicking his fingers like he was punching. I thought oh wow maybe I could print tickets and then stumbled across yours. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity in sharing this with everyone. I am going to use both versions tonight, the one with no words first and then the one with words after pretending to punch the ticket behind my back. Thank you so much!

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  2. how do u save this with out it being a pdf file??

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing this! Perfect for my son's birthday party-I ordered gold shimmery paper and this is just what I needed!

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  4. I noticed they are a gray color. Is there any way to edit them and make them black not gray? My sons 3rd grad classroom is having a polar express day on the 1/2 day before christmas break and I'm making hot chocolate and jingle bells with golden tickets attached!! Love the printable, thank you!!!

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  5. Thank you for this freebie. I printed the tickets out on gold paper and they look fabulous. I cannot wait to hand them out to my students before they watch the movie.

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  6. Thank you for this printable. We do a Polar Express every year where our 5 kids know to look under their pillows every night before between Dec.1 and Dec. 24th. When the ticket is under their pillow. We load up in the car in our pajamas with hot chocolate and drive around to look at Christmas lights. Thank you so much for making this tradition so easy to do! Sincerely appreciate it. We print them on pretty gold paper and Dad stands at the door with a hole puncher. :)

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