Halloween my favorite holiday, is probably one of the holidays I don’t decorate as much for. Mainly because I don’t have the money for the really good head stones, huge zombies, fog machine, spooky lights and fun Halloween decorations. However this year Honey and I decided to do a little inside decorating the old fashion way, the inexpensive way. We sat down and worked on some crafty and printable Halloween decorations. Printables we received compliments of HP/Snapfish
We received a great collection of games, coloring crafts, and cutouts to spruce up our home. This form of decorating is two fold because my daughter LOVES, LOVES crafts and was excited to help. We were going to decorate her room but in the end we opted for the foyer area so it would be noticeable when you entered the home and really was the best place for our Halloween decorations. First off I thought I would share that we do have a spooky witch that will greet you at the front door (bought for .75 last year after Halloween), watch out because she loves to cackle when she hears you coming.
Next we both worked together to cut out all the letters to make our cute “Happy Halloween” banner that we put over our door.
Our HP/Snapfish Halloween decorations pack came with some Halloween cards, but instead of using them to send to others we decided to make them into a fun decoration.
We decided we wanted a little more fun and we visited the HP Creative Studio for more printables and crafts. You can find some really creative ideas. Some of the options bring you to a Martha Stewart site with some really cool ideas. Here are just a few below, we would have loved to try the shadow candle figures but we didn’t have the right kind of paper to complete the project.
Instead we decided to go with some additional printables we found after browsing pages and pages of different crafts. We did have to download the HP software in order to completed one of our choices but it was pretty easy and seamless to do. We decided to make this cute photo cube. We were able to upload our own photos and chose different backgrounds and then print our cube. It would have been a little better on thicker paper but over all the cube turned out really cute.
I printed and cut out a cute little tiger mask for honey that she loved but she refused to model it for you so instead I had to resort to just taking a photo of the mask.
The printables we turned into cute Halloween decorations from the HP Creative Studio is a very inexpensive and fun way to involve your children in your Halloween and other holiday decorating. I really love Snapfish and will be purchasing a few items for some unsuspected family members for Christmas. Honey and I are going to have to stop by again in November and find some great Thanksgiving and Christmas ideas so we can spruce up our home again for the upcoming holidays.
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