Halloween Printables Roundup

by Kay on October 25, 2012

The days leading up to Halloween are almost as fun for my 5-year-old as the holiday itself. She gets to do craft projects in class, work on her Halloween costume, and prepare for the huge haul of candy she brings home every year. (Not that we let her eat it all, but I digress…) I’ve uploaded a bunch of printables for people who like this holiday as much as we do, whether it’s for costume contests, haunted parties or just classroom activities. I recently told you about HalloweenPrintables.net, my site dedicated entirely to printable Halloween activities. But there are even more holiday designs at other FreePrintable.net sites.

FreeprintableRecipeCards.net has a lot of Halloween recipes for organizing festive treats for holiday parties, potlucks, and so on. The cards are available on 3×5 and 4×6 lined cards and feature jack o’lanterns, coffins and goblins. The PDFs are free, and editable versions that can be typed into using Microsoft Word before printing cost $7.

Halloween recipe card

There are a number of Halloween award certificates for pumpkin carving, decoration, and costume contests at FreePrintableCertificates.net. The PDFs are free to download and print, while an editable DOC version (type in winners’ names, etc.) costs $5.

If you want to win that Halloween costume award but you’re running short on ideas or time, PrintableMasks.net has over 100 Halloween masks that can be printed and cut out for free. They have the usual scary masks of werewolves and Frankenstein monsters, but there are also fantasy masks such as unicorns and dragons, animal masks, and people masks.

Zombie mask

My younger daughter loves to color, and she can easily go through a whole coloring book in a day, so I’m happy to offer dozens of Halloween coloring pages at FreePrintableColoringPages.net. Featuring everything from pumpkins to witches to monsters to ghosts, these files can all be downloaded as PNG files for free.

For families hosting parties, I have a number of helpful sites. There are plenty of Halloween-themed invitations at PrintInvitations.net, holiday greeting cards at FreePrintableGreetingCards.net and jack o’lantern letterhead templates at FreeLetterheadTemplates.net. Each one features creepy, silly, festive and fun pictures of pumpkins, ghosts and ghouls. All are available for free as PDFs. The premium versions cost a few dollars each.

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