Earlier this week, I shared some fun, easy, inexpensive Halloween DIY Crafts using Googly Eyes.
Today, I am delighted to share a new FREE printable that you and your kids will love, PLUS some past Halloween printable reader favorites!
Build Your Own Monster Halloween Printable
Whether you’re looking for a craft that you and your kids can do this weekend, or you’re looking for a class party activity, I’ve designed these free Build Your Own Monster printables.
The free Halloween printable comes with:
* One main sheet full of different monster eyes, noses, mouths, and legs
* Two sheets that you can cut in half featuring four different monster bodies: orange, blue, green, and purple.
After downloading the free Halloween Build Your Own Monster printable, print onto thick cardstock.
Then cut the monster body sheets in half so that you have one monster body per sheet, like below:
The important thing to note is that since these are monsters we’re building, there is NO need to cut perfectly along the edges of the body parts! In fact, I actually prefer the monster body parts that have a little bit of the excess white borders showing — it adds to the fun, imperfect “monsterness” of the final creation.
This is a fun activity to do for playdates as well. Place the cut out monster body parts into cupcake holders separated by part, and let the kids pick and choose the monster body parts to build their adorable Halloween monsters.
Download the FREE Halloween Build Your Own Monster printable here.
MORE HALLOWEEN PRINTABLES
If you’re looking for more FREE Halloween printables, here are some that I have designed for class parties, kids’ crafts, teacher/neighbor gifts, and more.
Halloween Candy Bar Wrapper Printable
I designed this free Candy Bar Wrapper Printable for Today’s Creative Blog. It wraps around a large sized (“king” size) candy bar. However, you can also minimize the size in your computer with your photo manipulation software and have it fit regular sized bars as well.
Halloween Favor Bag Labels
These are great to print out and use either as food tent labels OR as favor bag labels.
Download the Free Halloween Favor Bag Labels here.
Halloween Bingo Printable
Halloween Bingo is a fun activity for class parties. We like to save this activity for toward the end of the class party, and then when the kids get a Bingo or Blackout (candy corn over all spaces), they go up to get their goody bags. Download the FREE Halloween Bingo Card Set here.
Halloween Candy Bowl Sign
When you have little ones of your own, it’s tricky to try to trick-or-treat AND also hand out candy at your own house. I designed this “please take one” candy bowl sign for Today’s Creative Blog this year.