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Halloween Decor: What’s Your Style?

There are some who take decorating for Halloween to an entirely professional level. You know. That house in your neighborhood with graveyard lawn displays, ghosts in the trees, witches, skeletons and bats as far as the eye can see. I salute those of you who embrace this holiday with such enthusiasm!

Halloween is so wonderful for kids because it’s an excuse to be silly, creative, and fun. My kids and I have a great time spookifying our home every year and I always look forward to the treats, parties, costume parades and of course, the  decorations.

If you love all these things too, then you’ll want to click through the gallery below where I’ve put together tons of the best-looking (and free!) printables — guaranteed to make your Halloween very happy indeed.


  • Fun Foldable Halloween Card 1 of 16
    Fun Foldable Halloween Card
    Love this quirkly little printable Halloween card, don't you?
    Print your own from A Fanciful Twist
  • Flying Witch Printable 2 of 16
    Flying Witch Printable
    I think this graphic printable would look great just about anywhere.
    Find this printable at It's Written on The Walls
  • Halloween Candy Wrappers 3 of 16
    Halloween Candy Wrappers
    Personalize your treats with these cute candy wrappers.
    Find them here from Handmade Charlotte
  • Printable Spell Book Cover 4 of 16
    Printable Spell Book Cover
    Recover one of the books on your shelf with this printable to make it into a spell book instead.
    Find it here from Chickabug
  • Spooky Candle Wrapper 5 of 16
    Spooky Candle Wrapper
    Cover your basic pillar candles with these Halloween friendly wrappers to give off an eerie glow.
    Find these printables here from Mr. Printables
  • Scary Tags 6 of 16
    Scary Tags
    Use these creepy graphic printables as gift tags, place cards, cup tags or however else you like.
    Find these printables here from Paper Crave
  • Black Crow 7 of 16
    Black Crow
    Your Halloween decor needs more crows, trust me.
    Snag this printable here from Blooming Homestead
  • Scary Spider Template 8 of 16
    Scary Spider Template
    This is about the only way I would tolerate this kind of creepy crawly creature around my house.
    Spider silhouette printable found here from Country Living
  • Ghoulish Graphics 9 of 16
    Ghoulish Graphics
    Print these creepy graphics on fabric and hang them like this for a unique Halloween wall display.
    Find these printables here from The Graphics Fairy
  • Swarm of Bats 10 of 16
    Swarm of Bats
    Bats everywhere! Use this printable to create your own flying flock.
    Printable available here from Dana Made It
  • Black Cat Printable 11 of 16
    Black Cat Printable
    Dress up your treat bags with these cute black cat printables.
    Printable available here from One Charming Party
  • Halloween Graphic Treat Bags 12 of 16
    Halloween Graphic Treat Bags
    How awesome are these graphic treat bags? Use this printable to make some of your own or print them on something else for an equally spooky effect.
    Find them here from Love, Obsess, Inspire
  • Halloween Pennant Banner 13 of 16
    Halloween Pennant Banner
    Find this spooky, vintage influenced banner and a whole host of others!
    Grab them here from Second Sister Suaviloquy
  • Nerdy Halloween 14 of 16
    Nerdy Halloween
    I kind of love these nerd themed printables.
    Snag them here from Second Imagine Gnats
  • Happy Halloween Banner 15 of 16
    Happy Halloween Banner
    This printable has everything you need to make that delightful Halloween banner above.
    Get it here from Carina Gardner
  • Paper Bag Printable 16 of 16
    Paper Bag Printable
    When has "brown bagging" it ever been so cool? Print off some of these and pack your kid's lunch in style!
    Find it here from It Is What It Is

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