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Free Pattern Features: Halloween Printables + Winner

There are so many great designers and generous people out there who are willing to share their talent for free. Here are some of my favorite free Halloween printables!

 

This Snow White inspired poison apple is from less cake {more frosting}.

Poison Apples from less cake more frosting

 

Tatertots and Jello shares this fun chevron eye chart.

Halloween Eye Chart from Tatertots and Jello

 

From Eye Candy is this colorful subway art.

Subway Art from Eye Candy

 

At DLTK’s you can find a list of printable Halloween activites and coloring pages for kids.

DLTK's Halloween Printables

 

And at We Love to Illustrate, SIX different cupcake topper designs to choose from.

Halloween Cupcake Toppers at We Love to Illustrate

Winner!

The winner of Sew Serendipity Bags was #51 chosen by random.org, Joyce who said “I have been sewing for years, but my newest and most fun thing to do is making bags.  The possibilities are endless and the fabrics are SO fun.  Kay Whitt has become a real inspiration to me with her unique, feminine style and colorful use of fabrics.  I am still chicken to sew without a pattern though, so the new bag book looks very fun to me!”. Congratulations Joyce, I’ve sent you an e-mail with more information!

 

Halloween Printables

Now that Craft Book Month is over we’re starting to think about all of the upcoming holidays! For Halloween, I’ve designed a couple printables to get you and your house into the Halloween spirit.

Above you’ll see the Halloween Subway art. The Halloween Subway Art PDF is sized for an 8″ x 10″ frame opening but you can use your printer settings to scale it down if necessary.

I’ve also put together a “Happy Halloween” bunting. To assemble, print out the 2-page Halloween Bunting PDF. Then cut along the center of each orange line/border around each triangle. Besides the letters there are a few images to use if you choose. Below you can see what the PDF pages will look like.

After cutting out the triangles I used rubber cement to glue each one to orange scrapbook paper that I cut slightly larger than the printouts (I needed 2 sheets of scrapbook paper). Then I used a hot glue gun to glue each triangle to a piece of ribbon and that was it! This could also be a fun craft to do with a child.

Note: The links to the PDFs will take you to Google Docs. If you are having problems getting it to print properly, use your mouse to click on File (left side of screen), then choose “download original.” Open the downloaded document and try printing again.

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