Halloween Playdate Printables

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BOO!  Ok, these free Halloween playdate printables are admittedly not really spooky. They are spooky in more of a cute way that would be appropriate for the toddler set. Perfect if you are planning to have a few little people over for a Halloween themed playdate at your place. This mini printable package includes a welcome sign, a BOO banner, 2 tent card designs to label foods or activities, and 2″ party circles to make cupcake toppers, giant confetti, or favor tags. So what are you waiting for? Start downloading, printing, and crafting now!

After I designed these printables for you I decided that I needed an excuse to use them too. I decorated our house for Halloween last weekend and I didn’t want October to get away from me without inviting over a few friends to enjoy the spookier of the Fall holidays. Plus, who could resist an additional opportunity to take photos of the little darlings in their costumes? I’m planning to share a few more of my halloween playdate ideas with you as I prep during the next couple weeks. The first one will be a simple tutorial about how to dress up your printable banner with crepe paper fringe. Stay tuned…

Here’s what things looked like after I printed the file (available for free below) and assembled my party goods:

I framed the 8×10 Welcome Sign in a cheap black frame from the dollar store.

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Use the spooky Tent Cards to label your Halloween tricks and treats.

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2″ Party Circles will make great cupcake toppers.  You could also use them to tie onto party favors or treat bags.

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My BOO! banner got all dressed up with a simple crepe paper fringe treatment.

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Click here or on the summary graphic below to download your free Halloween Playdate Printables.  I’d love to see photos of how you used these for your own party… you can e-mail them to me at maureen@a-la-mo.com.  Happy Haunting!

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