Finally, you can use the Birthday Award to honor a special child on his or her birthday. Why not use this printable awards certificate for children for the students in your kindergarten class? Some teachers like to have a treasure box of goodies that children can draw from when they do great work, or for their birthdays.
This certificate was a lot of fun to create. I started with a yellow background, and then I added a blue, yellow, and red border. Next, I selected only the center portion and added the "noise effect" to the yellow. Once I did that, I selected "distort" in Paint.NET and Chose "Crystallize." I then re-selected the entire sheet, and used "distort - bulge" followed by "distort - dents" to create the swirl pattern you see on this document.
You could make a very nice black and white certificate with this method. If you use this method to create swirls in the background, be sure that you either use light gray colors to swirl together with black text, or you use darker gray colors together with white text so that the print is readable.
The sky's the limit when it comes to creating meaningful printable awards certificates for children. Feel free to download and print any of the certificates you have enjoyed seeing in this article for your personal, non-commercial use.