In past years we haven’t decorated our house very much for Halloween. This year, however, the boys have been begging me to decorate like some of the other houses they’ve seen.
Not wanting to go out and purchase a bunch of decorations (yes, I am cheap) I thought it better that we just make a few decorations. Given my boys new love of crafting, I thought that homemade crafts would not only give the boys something fun to do, but also be a great way to decorate!
Last week The Husband picked up a couple of flat foam pumpkins that the boys had a blast decorating. But it wasn’t enough to quench the boys’ thirst for Halloween Decor. Thankfully this is where the HP Creative Studio stepped in! HP Creative Studio has a TON of free Halloween printables!
Have you been to the HP Creative Studio site yet? If not, you should definitely visit! It is an excellent place to find free Halloween printables decorations, Halloween coloring pages, and Halloween worksheets, Pumpkin Carving Templates, and much more!
Look at these cute Floating Monster Decorations!
On Friday the boys and I made this spooky skeleton to hang in our front window.
And, yes, these free Halloween printables are totally printable from your home printer! How awesome is that. While technically all you need for this project is the printables, scissors, tape, glue, and brads, I opted to mount the printable skeleton on poster board before cutting it out. This way we can use it for several years. (Update: As of 10/15–3 years later–we still have our skeleton! Totally worth the extra effort of mounting the skeleton on poster board before cutting it out.)
After it was all done we hung him up in our front window!
The boys are looking forward to doing their printable worksheet games too!
The list of available printables goes on and on. At the HP Creative Studio you’ll also find printable Halloween Cards, Printable Masks, Printable Worksheet Games (great for your kids’ Halloween parties!), Halloween scrapbook pages, and much more!
The site is super easy to browse. For the majority of the projects I would recommend having a color printer, though there are a few (like the skeleton) where you could get away with printing the project in Black and White.
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/HPPrint; use #HPCreate
Disclosure: I was provided with a promotional gift code as a thank you for my time in posting. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions expressed are honest and are entirely my own.