Small and Simple Halloween Collection of 2019
Hey guys! I wanted to bring to you a fun and classic Halloween printable set! I chose a rich black and cozy orange as the base pallet. I tried to design things so they can be used in as many ways as you are creative! I really can’t wait to see what you make with your printables! (remember to use the hastag #mysmallandsimple when sharing on Instagram!)
We’ve got some fun papers this time around! I have designed 3 bunting papers for you! What makes it a bunting design, you ask? Its symmetrical down the middle that’s all. I made a table runner for our entry table and some gift boxes with the pattern too so you can use it for whatever.
I picked up some Dollar Tree Frames (8×10 and 5×7) and placed the prints inside. To get a 5×7 print just select print 2 to a page in your printer settings. The photo below is for printing 4 to a page. Which makes the cutest little cards and banners.
Below is an example of printing the banners off in different sizes!
Here is an example of full sized, 2 to a page, and 4 to a page! I love how it is so versatile. The spooky below is full sized and the the smaller banner is 2 to a page.
I’m updating my banners to be a standard size of two to a page so then you can make them smaller if you wish. I am moving towards things to be able to be used in more than one way. The bunting paper is a great example. This design can be used for cards, tags, and envelopes but also I do have to say I love the bunting and paper bursts. They are so easy to make and easy to store! (That is a big thing. I am so over taking up a ton of room storing stuff.)
I just hot glued a little tab on the back and used teacher tack from the Dollar Tree to stick it to the wall.
I used teacher tack for the bats too. You could cut these out by hand but I pulled the PDF over into my Silhouette program and traced the bats and did a print and cut a few times then I printed off a sheet of just black paper (found in the paper pdf in the collection,) flipped it over and printed the orange polkadot paper on the other size and then cut the bats out so they are double sided.
I did the same trace and print and cut feature on my little ghosts. These little guys I designed FOREVER ago while we were in Japan.
I used the cute little ghosts on the neighbor boo’ing kit! I double sided printed the, “You’ve been boo’d” instructions and the poem I wrote ages ago to use as the tag for the treat. Doesn’t he look so friendly on the sign? (I am a cutesy Halloween kind of gal. Not a creepy, scary kind.)
Not photographed, but included in the PDFs is the smaller Spooky Treat text, 15 to a page to be used as tags or cake toppers. I did one with a black outline so it could be traced for print and cut and one on just white background. Above is another example of the printing two to a page vs full sized. I print most of my designs on borderless so I have edge to edge printing.
I really hope you enjoy these printables! you can find these in the shop at the link below