I'm trying to train myself to think ahead a little bit farther and had a goal this week to get some new printables done so I could spook up my mantle for Halloween. I know it's a little bit early, but when my kids got home yesterday and saw my orange Halloween tubs out, they cheered!
I was inspired to create these prints after I made the graphic for the post I did on Halloween fonts. I know there are lots of subway art images floating around out there... but I prefer subway art that is done with unique, whimsical fonts that speak to the holiday itself and this is what I came up with. I plan on creating more for all of the upcoming holidays and I love that you can just store them behind each other in the frame and switch them out; making storage a cinch!
I did both subway images in 8x10 and 16x20 - and I am loving my googley-eyed frame. I just bought a cheep black frame and glued eyeballs to it. My kids were drooling - and I was even generous enough to share my googlies with them to make their own frames.
I love to "bundle" up my printables with lots of goodies... so thanks to my sister's suggestion - I also made some lip balm labels. I like to print mine on sticker/label paper - it makes the task so quick and easy. Printing, trimming and sticking them on takes less than a few minutes and makes a darling gift, favor or something fun for yourself and the kids. See these four? They walked away this morning in my kids' pockets.
I also made up some spooky bookmarks that are included in the bundle as well. These make great classroom favors and are super fun for the kids. Tie a few pencils to them with cute ribbon and you've got an easy, inexpensive favor for Halloween.
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