Thursday, October 8, 2015

Halloween Printables

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I adore printables. I bought a cheap printer in Argos last November solely for printing out Christmas paper crafts.

This year, I've searched for lots of different Halloween printables, and I've found a huge range for all ages. Printables are fantastic for everyone - even if you're not remotely crafty, all you need to do is print them out. Sometimes there's a bit of cutting and sticking, but who doesn't love that?

Colouring and Activity Pages

Crayola have several activity and colouring pages to download and print, the colouring pages would be perfect for younger children and the frames would make a great craft for over 8s. You can find them here.

Ghostly Ancestor Photos

How amazing would these look printed out and framed? You could replace your family photos with these scary versions for Halloween. They're 5x7 and they're created by B. Nute Productions.

Macbeth Inspired Printables

How cool are these? They look like chalkboards. I'm definitely going to print one or both out. They're from Homemade Interest.

Paper Fortune Teller

Remember these from school? This is a fortune-telling Halloween one full of fun predictions. Also from B.Nute Productions. That link also has an entire Party kit in the same theme, from invites to place cards and cupcake toppers.

Dress-up Halloweenie

I loved paper dolls as a child. If you have little ones (or you enjoy it yourself - no judgement here) then this adorable girl Halloweenie is by Babalisme. You can find the dress-up boy version here. Just print on card, or print on paper and glue it to card (inside of a cereal box FTW).

Halloween Garland

This is by Talk Crafty To Me (has there ever been a better name for a craft blog?) and it's one I'm going to make, I actually bought a similar one last year.

Broom Parking Sign

This is really fun, I think it would look great on a lawn. From The Diary of Dave's Wife.

Halloween Masks

These are so cute! Again, either print on card or make use of the Cornflakes box and a bit of Pritt Stick. From Mr.Printables.

Spell Book Covers

Amy at The Idea Room has two fantastic free printables - book covers! All the directions and downloads for both the Spells and Enchantments and Poisons & Potions book covers are in this post (as well as THE BEST EVER idea for a spider decoration, seriously, it's genius).

Pumpkin Carving Templates

I adore pumpkin carving but I'm pretty crap at it freehand. I've used templates for the past few years, and this year I think I'll do a cat one. There are thousands upon thousands of stencils and templates available - just google "pumpkin carving template" and hit images, and be amazed.

I hope you find something you like on the list, this is just my own pick of a few things I liked, there are thousands of ideas on Pinterest, just search "Halloween Printables".


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    1. I really love printables, they're so much fun!

  2. Love the vintage ghostly photos! And the cute masks! I must check out Pinterest and do some Halloween decor this year x

    1. Pinterest is so fantastic, there are such great ideas on there!

  3. Wish I had a printer now lol Great idea though. I did buy some craft paper and paints the other day so myself and Lillibug can make some Halloween decorations. Pinterest is great for ideas! x

    1. I dropped my printer when we were moving rooms around here and made bits of it, was without one for a week and had to go get one, I'm addicted to these and the organisational ones Zoe posted on her blog, bloody brilliant!


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