If you’re like me and haven’t done much in the way of Halloween decorations, this is your chance! We’re having a party on Friday (super low-key) so I thought I should get a little bit of Halloween on our walls. I love printables and found a couple awesome ones for you on the web, then made one to create a mini gallery. I love them! Free printables are perfect for holiday decorations because they’re pretty much free (just ink and paper) and they’re easy to put up/take down in a hurry. Plus, they’re really, really cute so I can’t resist. I put mine up with washi tape because that’s another addiction of mine. My collection is growing constantly and I’ll jump at any chance to use them.
I found the Boo To You Printable from Whipperberry first and LOVED the geometric lines. I pinned it and almost forgot about it, until I found the lovely I Put a Spell on You Printable from Capturing Joy and decided they were too good to pass up. I really wanted a third to create a ‘gallery’ and knew I wanted it to be a bit smaller than the others. Dun Dun Dun… welcome the cute geometric ghost!
Gosh, I just think he’s the cutest. I’m all in on the geometric trend. I can’t get enough. I thought I’d try my hand at creating a geometric creature and since there was already a bats print, a ghost it was! You can pick it up for yourself by clicking the link below. I have it sized to print on a whole sheet of paper, then you can cut it down to size.
So there you have it, a freebie and how I use the free printables from around the web to get my home seasonal in seconds. The only other things I’ve got going on Halloween-y in this house are my Brushed Nickel Pumpkins (from Thanksgiving), and my Candy Corn Coasters… oh, and my Spooky Fridge (does that count?). For this year, I think that’s enough. I still have yet to start on our costumes, so that will be the rest of my week.
What about you… do you use printables? There are so many out there, they’re easy to admire (and pin) but easy to forget about and never actually use. I love getting to actually print them out and put them up on my wall. I’d love to hear if you do/don’t and where you find them!
Oh, if pinning is your thing, let’s be friends! I’ve got a whole board for Halloween goodies and another for every day printables.
I love free printables! I think that geometric ghost would be a fun coloring math activity for the elementary grades. Thanks so much for linking up at Talented Tuesday Link Party!
Free Printables are THE BEST. I use them for everything… parties, home decor, cards, crafts. Awesome.