Printable 8.5 x 11 Inch "Vote No On Prop 8" Signs (Links to Images)

Out of frustration at not being able to order an official yard sign or find a good print your own "No on Prop 8" sign or poster online, I've made my own based on the No On 8 campaign's logo. Since I'm sure there are others out there who would like to be able to put up signs but can't find any either, here are 8.5 x 11 inch images you can download and print out for yourself, so you, too, can put up No on Proposition 8 signs. I added "Another Catholic Urging" to my sign, and below you'll find links to it and to versions that say "Christian", "Mormon", "Jew", "Muslim", "Buddhist", "Hindu", and "Straight Married Couple". There is also a link to an image that you can add your own text to, as well as one with just the No on 8 message centered vertically. If you make a new version and think others might want to use it, too, please email me (noprop8-slk AT MedievalScotland DOT org) and I'll add it to this page (if I think it is appropriate -- please, nothing sexually explicit or offensive!)

Please also donate to the No on 8 campaign -- the Yes on 8 campaign is flooding the airwaves with their dishonest ads and the No campaign needs help in order to combat them.


To see all the images on the same page, go to Printable 8.5 x 11 Inch "Vote No On Prop 8" Signs (Images) (It may take a while to load.)


  1. Download one of the images above (right-click or control-click on the link, then select "Save Linked File As..." or whatever the Windows equivalent is)
  2. Print it out
  3. Hang it where people can see it (especially good if people can see it from the street!)
  4. If hanging it outdoors, to protect it from the rainy weather, put it in a clear plastic bag --I found a gallon size, non-Ziploc style, worked best-- then fold the top over and, if using staples or nails, put them through the folded over top (rather than the part with the sign in it). If you need to secure the bottom using staples or nails, use clear packing tape then staple or nail through the tape only rather than the bag. (This avoids putting holes in the part of the bag protecting the sign.)