Happy Halloween… a little early! {Free Printable}

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I love this time of year! Although there is not a touch of fall in the air down in Baton Rouge, I’m starting to get in the spirit of fall. I had my nails painted black cherry, put up the fall wreaths and loaded up on a few Halloween goodies last week. Woop Woop!

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So… I am WAY on top of things this year! Happy Halloween and it’s not even October. But the earlier the better, right?? I designed a cute pumpkin tag to put on all those classroom goodies you’ll be sending to school next month.

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I print everything on 110 pound card stock. I print on my color printer at home but you could also bring to Office Depot to be printed. Downdload the PDF file to a flash drive and bring to the store to be printed. Cut out each square… I put two hole punches on the top and tied to cellophane bag with twine. You could also do one punch in one of the top corners and tie on the bag. :)

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We made an easy Halloween trail mix to fill up these goodie bags. Chex Mix snack mix, candy corn and pumpkins. Done. So easy! If you want your child’s name typed on the tag, it’s available for purchase in my ETSY shop HERE.

DOWNLOAD THE FREE HALLOWEEN PRINTABLE HERE.

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You might be passing out s’more fixings for your Halloween gift giving. Did you see this Halloween printable from a few years ago??

Planning a Halloween Party??!! I’ve got a cute collection available in my ETSY shop. It’s full of great printables and ON SALE for $5 and an INSTANT DOWNLOAD.

A few of my favorite party supplies…

  1. Candy Cups
  2. Striped Straws
  3. Favor Bags
  4. Tissue Garland
  5. 36 inch Balloons
  6. Polka Dot Balloons

Abby Ryan’s Art Party

For Abby Ryan’s 4th birthday, the birthday girl decided an art party was the perfect way to celebrate! I had so much fun working her mama and designing a bright and colorful Paint Party printable set for the party. I started the design with an artist easel and paint brush and incorporated a pennant flag banner using the same bright colors.

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I love paper rosettes and decided they would be perfect for the banner hanging in front of the dessert table. I love the way it turned out. :)

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Water bottle labels aren’t just for water bottles. :) I covered small mason jars and had them set out for all the little artists. And plenty of party circles stuck in colorful tins set out on the food, drink and gift tables.

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A rainbow of fruit is a fun way to show lots of colors and a healthy snack for the kids. And uncrustables is 100% the easy button when it comes to party lunch.

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All the party guests each had a canvas, palate, paint brushes and plenty of paint. We walked them through painting Kandinsky’s concentric circles. A super easy project to do with little ones. And they had a blast!

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The Paint Party personalized collection is available for purchase in my ETSY shop HERE and includes the following:

  1. Personalized Invitation
  2. Cupcake toppers and wrappers
  3. Favor Tags
  4. Water Bottle Labels
  5. 3, 5 and 8 inch party circles
  6. 8.5×11 Happy Birthday Sign
  7. Thank You cards (flat, folded, and 5×7)
  8. Birthday Banner
  9. Menu Cards
  10. Mini Candy Wrappers
  11. Large Candy Wrappers
  12. Party Signs (gifts, drinks, welcome, etc.)
  13. Napkin Rings
  14. Bubble Label
  15. Party Hat
  16. Party Cone
  17. And MORE! :)

A few of my favorite party supplies…

  1. Candy Cups
  2. Striped Straws
  3. Favor Bags
  4. Tissue Garland
  5. 36 inch Balloons
  6. Polka Dot Balloons