You might have your fleshy plump orange artworks organised by the many templates linked to in our Printable Pumpkin Carving Templates post but there are lots more ways to turn your amiable abode into a haunted house…

HalloweenConeGirlsIf you’re planning to use any of the printable dolls or toys included in our post Printable spooky goings on for your Halloween fright night as Halloween party activities then your guests’ creations can be used around your home or venue as extra decorations but you could also make some of your own ahead of the event.  Mr Printables’s Cone Girls at Halloween could be stood on whatever surfaces you have available or hung up as dangling decorations.  The file comes with six types of different Halloween costumes – skeleton, mummy, spider woman, pumpkin, witch and candy cone, plus two cute little pets, a black cat and a bat.  You’ll need to download the original cone girls paper dolls first as the Halloween file just has the new costumes.

TarantulaMake do Mum’s Favourite Halloween printables from last year include a paper tarantula and a little moveable skull from Patrick Pasques’s blog and a Day of the Dead sugar skull cross stitch pattern.

KidsChaosDayoftheDeadCan a party be a party these days without bunting?  Kids Chaos will make sure that you don’t have to worry about the answer with its Day of the Dead Skull Bunting (or Dia de los Muertos) – Ali’s boys “really enjoyed colouring the skulls, and requested Star Wars themed skulls too… not one, but two, so have fun”.

BattyBuntingSupermarket Aldi also provides bunting that you can colour in yourself as part of the Devilish Downloadables on its website.  It offers two versions – Batty Halloween Bunting (just pictures) and Batty Happy Halloween Bunting (with text).

If you’d prefer a banner to bunting then download Aimee’s Creepy one from Paging Supermom which comes in both a black-on-white option and a white-on-black option.

PartyDelightsEyeballsOr perhaps you’d prefer eyeballs.  Obviously.  This fabulous Last Minute Halloween Decorations idea comes from Laura on the Party Delights blog – “They’re great for your windows or front door and are very, very cheap to make.  Not to mention they make the perfect last minute Halloween decorations if you’ve been pushed for time this year… All you need is some white paper plates, red ribbon and our free eyeball printables which you can download below. Glitter is optional but it makes the eyeballs look fantastic when they sparkle…  To make the most out of your Halloween decorations, we’d recommend hanging two or three eyeballs together to make it look extra creepy!”

But you can also turn your existing furnishings into spooky decor with a few strategically placed wraparounds.

ItsyBitsyPoisonBack on Paging Supermom, Bettijo offers spell book covers so you can create A Witch’s Library of Halloween and bottle labels can be found at Itsy Bitsy Fun and, via Laughing Abi,  in Love Manor’s potion cabinet and Karen Cookie Jar.

PaperCakeLanternPaper and Cake, who specialise in printable partyware, provide a wicked Halloween paper lantern to download for free. “Be not afriad, of the darkness ahead, ’cause we’ve made a lantern for you!”

For a frameable vintage “Happy Halloween” and a “Can you drive a stick?” humorous sign “{and do you even want to?? How would you shift gears AND drink that Pumpkin Spice Latte??}”, click on A Little CLAIREification’s Fun & FREE Halloween Printables.  Her post also includes some fun Halloween Treat Bag Tags – “fun for parties or if you are bringing goodies to co-workers or friends”.

IFHalloweenAnd Ink Factory’s own five Halloween poster designs – with skulls, bats and a zombie – can be personalised for notices around your home to help direct your guests.

Don’t miss Printable spooky goings on for your Halloween fright night,  I ain’t afraid of no ghost…, Looking for a spooky disguise this Halloween? and Are you hosting a monster mash?

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


    • Karen Malpass

      Thanks Claire – hope you enjoyed this year’s celebrations.

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