Halloween is coming. We collected a set of tutorials to extend your product line as Halloween is just around the corner. You have ghosts, crystal balls, plushes, bags, puppets and more. Have fun!
I‘m cracking on with Halloween craft already! First up are some pop-out party invitations. There are two versions, one with text and one without. They are really easy to make and take about 10 minutes per invite.
The secret to being the best Halloween destination on the block? These goody bags. Only the highest caliber of zombies, witches, princesses, and vampires are worthy of the coolness you’re handing out.
Halloween is coming … so some decoration was needed! I think the Mexican decorations for “el dia de los muertos” are beautiful. It’s where I did get the inspiration to make these lanterns. Feel free to ad color or to use colored paper
We’ve been making shadow puppets! My sons have always loved playing with torches in our downstairs cupboard so the shadow puppets have had a lot of use.
You guys know about Spoonflower, right? I’ve had more than a couple designs printed through them, and ya know what? They’re amazing. There’s really something so very fun about having your own illustrations printed on fabric. And making these Halloween plus reminded me of that all over again.
There should be pompoms for every occasion and so here are a few for Halloween! Soft ghost pompoms make great Halloween toys for tiny hands. I’ve also found out that pompoms are perfect for making hideous monsters that bigger kids will have so much fun with.
I have always been a huge fan of the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. It is definitely one of my favorite rides there! I think it has inspired a lot of my Halloween décor too. I just love that spooky Victorian look!
To compliment our latest printable Halloween gift wrap suite, we’ve created these flashy and fun DIY glittery Halloween tags. These tags are super easy to cut using a cutting machine – simply download our SVG cut files below.
Looking for an easy DIY pumpkin? Look no further! Here’s a cute way to make them out of fabric. You could even have an older child make or help make them.
Evan and Audrey’s birthdays are coming up, and since they are only a week apart, we just have combined parties for now. This year’s chosen theme is Superheroes and Princesses! I decided that the boys are going to get superhero masks, and the girls are going to get princess crowns that you can see here. So here are the felt superhero masks that I came up with.
Have some frighteningly good fun with our Halloween gift tags and gift wrap. Last year, we released a set of ghoulishly good printable gift wrap. This year, to compliment this existing set, we bring you two new wraps and ten all-new gift tags. This printable suite is so simple to download, print and wrap up your gifts this spooking season. Happy haunting!