6 Halloween Craft Printables For Educational Fun, Crafting and Decorations

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Our Halloween craft printables are a delightful way to add a spooky touch to your holiday decorations and celebrations. With these Halloween craft printables, you can easily transform your space into a haunted haven or prepare engaging activities for kids and adults alike. Get ready to unleash your imagination and make this Halloween a truly bewitching experience!

1. Ghost and Pumpkin Printable Alphabet Letters and Numbers

Halloween Printable Alphabet Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

This adorable free downloadable Halloween alphabet can be printed off and used to create banners and Halloween decorations or personalized candy bars. Our Printable Halloween Pumpkin Alphabet Letters & Numbers For Stickers come in PNG and JPG form, so you can upload them to cutting machines such as Cricut and Silhouette or print and cut them out by hand if you haven’t got a cutting machine.

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2. Solid Printable Pumpkin Alphabet Letters and Numbers

Hallloween Printable Alphabet letters and numbers Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

These free Pumpkin alphabet letter and numbers files are great to print off as alphabet and number flashcards or on magnetic paper and use a guillotine to make alphabet and number fridge magnets for alphabet and number fun.

3. Printable Kinder Holders for Trick or Treaters

Hallloween Printable Kinder Holders Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

In preparation for the festivities of fall and Halloween, we have created these Free Printable Pumpkin Kinder Egg Holders. They are so easy to print and cut on the Cricut, but you can also cut these cuties out by hand for those who don’t have a Cricut. Trick-or-treaters will love them.

4. Kiddies Will Love Learning With This Coloring Alphabet Letter and Number Set

Halloween Coloring Alphabet and Numbers Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

Halloween Printable Colouring Pages, Letters And Numbers for spooking Halloween-themed colouring, cards and banners and home school and learning activities. These are great for home school and classroom activities.

5. Spooky Kids Coloring For Halloween Crafts and Decorations

Hallloween Coloring Spooky Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

The perfect spooky coloring page with googly eyes, spiders and spider webs to print off for rainy days of Halloween fun.

6. Printable Halloween Banner

Halloween Printable Banner Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

This banner is easy to print off and cut and is great for Halloween parties. To make it waterproof, encapsulate it in plastic using a laminator.

Also See Our Elf Travel Stamps

Printable Elf Passport Stamps Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

If you have an Elf that likes to travel, create an Elf passport filled with stamps from all over the world so they can share their adventures.

Christmas Elf Countdown Stickers

Elf Countdown stickers Photo Credit Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Extraordinary Chaos.

These can be used for Elf countdowns or Santa countdowns. It is a great way to engage the kiddies in the festive season and incorporate some math into the fun.

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Sarah Christie is a craft, food, cruise, and family travel blogger Extraordinary Chaos, Cruising For All and Mini Travellers. Known for her unique perspective and ability to find beauty in chaos, Sarah designs and creates craft projects as well as creating recipes for people who want to cook from scratch the easy way. Whilst also exploring family travel and how to navigate it.

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