Do you decorate your house for Halloween? I like to have one Halloween area rather than do the whole house and put everything there. We decorate lots of pumpkins and string up a banner. This year we had the help of the free Halloween printables from Snapfish. These are great as there are so many activities and decoration ideas you can print out. We will use the colouring pages a lot to keep the children amused during half term.

free Halloween printables

 

 

I like the style of the Snapfish printables. They are bright modern designs with a colour palette of blacks and oranges. They are really easy to download and print and have clear instructions for how to use them.
free Halloween printables

Some fun activities for you and the monstrous mob to make Halloween suitably ghoulish… to include:

•       Create petrifying personalized invitations for those who dare to attend your spooktactular party

•       Stop any moans and groans with these Haunted House or pumpkin colouring-in templates

•       Set the stage for a frightful fun party with these orange and black printable party banner, posters and signs. Don’t forget the lanterns, the hanging decorations and window witches too!

•       Create a boo-tiful photobook so after the party so you can remember all the magic memories

Halloween printables

These are only a few ideas on how you can make Halloween the ultimate scarefest and get the whole family involved in the tricks and treats, but there are plenty more that can be done – here!

free Halloween printables

Charlotte cutting out a skeleton Halloween decoration

 

We still have a bit of work to do to get ready for Halloween but it is starting to look spook-tacular!

free Halloween printables

To print off our decorations we used our HP Envy printer. Luckily we are well stocked up with ink thanks to HPs Instant Ink service.