Halloween Printables Round-Up: From Candy Wrappers to Banners

printable candy wrappers lollipop flags and spooky banner for halloween

printable candy wrappers lollipop flags and spooky banner for halloween

If you’ve left your Halloween decorating to the last minute, we rounded up a few ultra-easy DIY options that provide spooky seasonal effects. And if you’re just not that into Halloween, with a pair of scissors, some glue and a printer you can still create something simple yet special for family and neighbourhood ghosts and goblins.

Watch for our own set of Halloween printables later this week!

+ Printable Candy Bar Wrappers + Lollipop Flags by Shauna Younge.  Don’t be overwhelmed by this haute Halloween dessert table. With Shauna’s free printable candy bar wrappers and dessert flags, you can transform store-bought snacks into elegant eats in just few minutes. You could also enlarge the flags and use them to decorate baby pumpkins and gourds. Via Twig & Thisle

+ Spooky Halloween Banner by Supermom Moments. With a palette of black, white and grey, this easy-to-assemble banner has spooky sophistication. You can customize the look by printing on coloured paper (such as construction paper or cardstock) and choosing a boldly coloured ribbon.

keep calm and scary on poster :: spider web tablecloths

+ Keep Calm and Scary On Poster from Craftily Ever After. You can find the ubiquitous ‘keep calm and carry on’ message on everything from posters to notebooks and beyond; this clever, Halloween-inspired twist on the phrase is sure to make visitors smile. If you won’t be home to tend to trick-or-treaters, consider printing and posting this sign on your door (with the requisite bowl of candy nearby, of course).

+ Martha Stewart’s Tattered Tablecloth and Spiderwebs. Leave it to Martha Stewart to make you think “why didn’t I think of that?”. These DIY decorations require nothing more than scissors, a bed sheet and some black tissue paper to create a haunting Halloween dinner table for your family.

DIY Owl favor boxes for halloween

+ Owl Favour Treat Boxes from Paper Crave. Although slightly more involved than the other projects, these sweet owl treat boxes are sure to delight grown-up ghouls and tiny trick-or-treaters. They’d be a spooky surprise inside a child’s lunch box too.

  • Sandi
    October 20, 2010 at 15:07

    Thanks for all the links! these are all great!