In case your friends don’t have enough sugar in their home, surprise them with some donuts and this fun little Halloween Donut Printable. It’s perfect to pass out to your friends and co-workers, whether it’s in a small treat bag or on top of a big box of donuts. There’s a printable for both sizes, just add a cute ribbon or washi tape and you’re sugary Halloween treat is all set!
If you want to make your own Halloween donuts, here’s a tutorial on how to make these Easy Mini Donuts, just substitute for Halloween colors and sprinkles!
Download the Halloween Donut Tag Printable: Small| Large
It’s almost Halloween, can you believe it? We are counting down the days and are excited about going to all the Halloween festivities these next couple of weeks! We have 2 trunk or treats we’re going to back to back next week and my kids will have candy for days! I have a massive sweet tooth, so it will be really tricky to avoid all those treats!
Speaking of treats, last year I shared this Out of Treats Halloween Sign over at Eighteen25 and it worked out perfectly at our house. As soon as all our candy was gone, I switched the sign and nobody knocked on our door when the “Out of Treats” sign was up. It was great! It’s super easy to make and you only need a picture frame and ribbon to complete this look!
Grab the Printable over at Eighteen25 and see how to make this easy and cute Halloween craft!
My 1st grader is a total goofball and knows it. He also loves hearing jokes and tries to make up his own knock knock jokes even if they aren’t very good. Now that he’s able to read, I thought it would be fun to put some Halloween Jokes in his lunches when he goes to school so he can get a bit of a laugh during the day. Now he can try and make his friends laugh in the lunch room too!
All of the answers are on the bottom of the of each cut out and upside down to make it a little trickier for your kiddo to see the answer. I like to print these Halloween Lunch Box Jokes onto cardstock so they don’t get destroyed in their lunch box. Scroll down below to grab your own lunchbox printables for your kids!
Who’s ready for the holidays to commence? The 1st of October means, to me at least, that the beginning of the holidays are finally about to start! I remember thinking last year I was just ready for them to end, but it’s amazing how another year flies by and I’m ready to get back into the holiday spirit!
This month’s wallpaper is a tad bit difference as I’ve added a Halloween Countdown Printable into the mix! You can print it out, frame it and use a chalk paint marker to write the remaining days until Halloween. My kids are so excited to dress up, our second kid can hardly contain his enthusiasm. We purchased Danny’s costume at the beginning of September (at little too early, right?) but we couldn’t pass it up since it was the costume he really wanted and we just wanted to get it out of the way. Our kids are going to be “what they want to be when they grow up” costumes. JD is going to be a baseball player, Danny will be a pilot, and Riley will be Doc McStuffins (a cuter version of a doctor). My husband has had their careers all lined up even before they were born, it is insane but somehow it has managed to work for the first two!! We’ll see how Riley feels in a couple of years.
Hopefully, these wallpapers + printables will get you into the Halloween spirit of things! Enjoy the month of October!
We are getting to my favorite time of year! Cooler weather, fall smells, and the upcoming holidays. While they can be stressful at times, they are still fun and I love sharing these holidays with my kids.
These Halloween Treat Bags are fun to do with kiddos and are great to hand out to friends, your students, or use as party favors. They only take minutes to make and can be filled with any type of small candy.
Start by cutting out all your Treat bags & pieces. Fold along the gray lines, and fold the tops accordingly so that it forms a triangle as pictured.
For the Mummy: Skip to steps 2-4.
For the Witch: add hot glue to the top corns of the face, making sure that the flap is folded over so that it’s not accidentally glued instead. She will look like a bald witch at this point, totally normal. 🙂
Add the witch’s hat with hot glue. Skip to steps 2-4.
For Frankenstein: After folding, add Frankenstein’s pieces to the back of his “face.” Follow steps 2-4 below.
2. Insert the candy into the plastic treat bag, and cut the tops if desired.
3. Staple the candy bag to the back of the folded treat bag printable.
4. For all the printable Treat Bags, except the pumpkin, add tape or a glue gun to seal the candy bag in the back to cover the staple.
For the Pumpkin: Hole punch two holes at the top of the treat bag once the flap has been folded over.
Insert the ribbon into the holes and tie the ends together, and you’re done!
Ok, I’m so excited to share with you the what I call my “semi-homemade” Woody costume I put together for JD this Halloween. It was super simple, and fun to put together. Here’s what we did to get the look:
Yellow shirt. We got ours from Crazy8 on sale for $4.99! And, I love that he can just wear it anytime after Halloween is over.
Jeans. We already had these so that part was easy peasy!
Cowboy vest. I got the materials for $4.20 from Joann’s. Take advantage of their coupons! I used the tutorial for the vest from Simply Crafted.
Hat, belt & gun holder were 25% off at the Disney Store, so we paid just under $10 for these items.
Bandanna – We found this baby for a $1 at the Dollar Tree! I was going to use the leftover fabric from the vest, but saw the bandanna at the Dollar Tree and thought, “why not?”
Badge – you can make your own or just buy yours online at Amazon for $5.
Boots – Ok, these were the most expensive thing we had to buy for this costume, but I could not stand those foam boots they use for costumes, and even though I am not a fan of cow boy boots, we found these really awesome Toy Story boots that light up from Sears for $30. So, if you already own a pair, or can borrow some from a friend/cousin, then this will be the least of your worries. To justify this purchase, he will definitely be putting these to use when he helps out in our backyard with dad.
And that’s it! JD had fun going on a hunt for all of these items, and kept us busy on days where we needed to pass the time.
My absolute favorite part about this Halloween is how cute these two boys are in their Toy Story costumes! Stay tuned to see how my Jessie costume will turn out…
October is a busy and crazy month for us in our home. We have 2 more weeks until we are reunited with my husband, 3 1/2 weeks until Disneyland, 4 weeks until we move to Washington, and less than a week after that we celebrate Halloween! I wasn’t kidding when I said our month was busy… We have so many exciting things happening in the month of October, and JD is such a silly kid, he has to know when everything is happening. Because of this, we have to have countdowns to help him out.
We love countdowns in our house, and now that JD is familiar with his numbers, this is a great way for him to learn addition and subtraction. Now, if you’re like me and you just like to cross off days and see how many more days we have left until a certain holiday or big day, then this is just the thing for you. And, if you are in need of some more decorations in your house for Halloween, you’ll enjoy seeing this Halloween Countdown Printable everyday.
If you are new to this blog and haven’t seen the Halloween printables from last year, you’re going to want to check ’em out and see what you can add to your decor this upcoming holiday. From countdowns, to party decor, there’s lots of fun stuff for you to print off and add to your collection of Halloween goodies. The best part, they’re absolutely FREE!
I am so excited for Halloween, and there are a couple of reasons for it. Number one, my husband has been away for army training since the middle of June, and two weeks before Halloween he’ll finally be done and be back home just in time for trick or treating. Number two, I’m pretty excited about my kids Halloween costumes this year. JD is only 4, so it took him a while to finally decide what he was going to be for Halloween. When he said that he wanted to be Woody for Halloween 3 times in a row, I knew he had “made up his mind.” I decided I was going to be ambitious this Halloween and “make” his costume this year! And when I say “make,” I mean pulling stuff together to make a costume, but hopefully not wasting too much money and maybe get to use some of the stuff again after Halloween is over.
With JD being Woody, Danny who will be 2 in three months (that’s so crazy!) will be Buzz Lighter! They’re going to look so cute together! My husband and I like to dress up too, so I’ll be Jessie and my husband’s thinking of going as Andy. JD and I kept coming up with a few different options for him… but he didn’t like the idea of being a green soldier, Rex, Mr. Potato Head, or the Piggy bank. At least Andy will be easy!
So, with Halloween on my mind, I’m getting a small head start on some Halloween printables. These Halloween Goodie Bags were quick and easy to make, and that’s what I love about them. I whipped three goodie bags in less than 10 minutes (that includes printing the printables, cutting, and setting up the sewing machine).
If you’re looking for something fun for your kids to pass out in their classes this Halloween, you’ll definitely be needing these!
Small candy (Candy Corn, Hershey Nuggets, fun sized Kit Kat, etc)
Cut out your printables.
Fold them in half. This makes it easier to sew without having to worry if the papers aren’t lined up.
Sew 3 sides and leave the top open.
Insert your candy of choice. It’s best to use small candy with these, like candy corn, or 1-2 Hershey Nuggets, etc. These aren’t very big pouches.
Sew the top closed and you’re done!
If you don’t have a sewing machine, you can staple the sides closed. If you don’t want to sew or staple them shut, I’ve included the front of the goodie bags that you can cut out and paste onto a bag. They’re perfect for any Halloween occasion, and your friends will love them!
Throwing a Halloween party and don’t have much time to go out and buy decorations, or on a tight budget? These printables will go perfectly with your party and all you have to do is download and print them off and you’ve got decorations for your upcoming bash. Your guests will love these and never know that you didn’t have a chance to make it to the store or on a strict budget.