We got just a little excited about Halloween at InkFactory HQ last year with Printables blog posts on decorating food, ideas on transforming your home into a haunted house, pumpkin carving templates, spooky activities, ghostly goings-on, costume ideas and scary stationery for party throwers.

Click here to take a scary scroll through them.

It’s good to know that it’s not just us that love the season though, as both home furnisher Wayfair and special occasion supplier Party Delights have been in touch to tell us of their latest printable Halloween offerings.

Halloween Wayfair“Check out our new collection of printables – six fun, free Halloween crafts to celebrate in spooktacular style,” says Wayfair’s Jo Toader.

“With something for everyone, we’re positive they’ll go down a treat this Halloween, and hope they’ll be of use to you and your readers.”

There’s a Day of the Dead Garland, Foldable Treat Boxes, 3D Sugar Skull Masks, a Halloween Crown, Pin the Fangs on the Vampire game and Wrap-Around Silhouette for Candles.

I’m a sucker for a lantern at any time of year so Wayfair’s silhouettes may be one way of indulging without worrying about incurring the wrath of my husband by trying to sneak another one into the house but, as my son is currently going through a dressing up phase much to my delight, the masks and crown are definitely a must for us!

Click here to download them for yourself.

Halloween PDelightsOf course there’s another traditional way to incorporate lanterns into your spooky decor – the organic way – and Laura Maclean from Party Delights got in touch to let us know about their fabulous pumpkin stencils because they’ve been adding even more designs to them this year.

Alongside a bat, cat and ghost you’ll now be able to find a Day of the Dead design, a zombie and a haunted house too.

Click here to view all of their current 15 templates.

If you are using your printer to help celebrate the season this year then we’d love to see your creations!  Tweet us @InkFactory or find us on Facebook at inkfactory.

Do you love finding printables on the internet?  Do you have particular favourites?  Or have you featured some on your own blog?  Email karen.malpass @ inkfactory.com with your links and we may be able to feature them in a future post.

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