Halloween printables for Project Life

Super busy at the moment but I had made these a month or so ago, in preparation for Halloween.  They are a variation of a set I did a few years ago.  I still like the images and the text, I just updated them a little.


You can grab that here. And if you want to see the older set, not Project life-sized, but for scrapbooking, you can find that in the post here. This post has some cute cards made from the printables.


Just trying to re-add the PDF – one person says the C is only an outline in Jeepers Creepers.  If that happens to you, see if this one is better.  It isn’t happening for ME!


Resized Halloween-y digistamps

Still not entirely happy with the process or the format, but here is a sheet of the “stamps” from yesterday, in a smaller size.  I can only think to add them as individual .jpgs for them to be fully resizable.



I did get one comment that, so far as the online translator is able to translate, seems to say that the smaller size is better/more useful.  As I suggested I might, I’ve sized these to fit a 2″ circle punch.  And as that took up so little of a sheet of card, I added a few more that could (perhaps) work as a Halloween item – loosely, costumes, I guess.  The full set is here – same deal as before, click to open the full size image then right-click to save (or drag onto your desktop) and print full size to fit the 2″ punch.  Play around with them in PSE etc. to be able to size them more.


If you use them I would love to see how!

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Pumpkin printables for Halloween

I am deeply in to cleaning my space and doing some planning for UKS, but I am starting to see an interest in Halloween already – even my local grocery store magazine had pages of spooky party food recipes so I thought I would quickly make up some samples of a little printable I made.

The problem is that I never know exactly what others have to use.  I was STUNNED bu the number of people who commented or emailed me to say they didn’t have a circle punch!  I don’t think I could scrap without a 1″ circle punch, or indeed all sizes of circles, be that punches, dies, or circle cutters.  So when I was considering these I thought about how they would be useful to as many people as stumble across them.  I decided on a two-pronged approach – first, I did a sheet that has coloured ovals, in case people want to print and cut (or let the kids do so.)  Then I thought if I did then with just the text curves, they may not fit every oval punch or die, but there was a good chance they would work with a few of them.  The only oval cutter I have is the CM one, with the three little cutting pods.  I may be in the minority.  So I did a sheet of just the text curves.  I did them two ways – printing the curves on white cardstock then smudging on Distress Ink and printing on coloured cardstock (left and middle above – the right one is the coloured printable.)

You can play around with the placement, making your pumpkins fatter if you spread them out more, but I overlapped a bit and added a couple of punched leaf fronds and a stem.

Then I added foam squares to the middle oval and layered it on top.

The stem is just a strip  of brown cardstock cut on an angle.  They look fine without the foam, maybe a little less 3D, but if you wanted to make a load of them for treat bags or party invites, that would be faster for sure.

Have fun with them!