have created a range of Halloween
printable activity sheets so you can get prepared for the ghoulish
celebrations. The days have whizzed by
and I cannot believe Halloween is THIS Friday!
Eeek, luckily you can soon be ready fire up your printer and you have
cupcake decorations and all the signs and posters you need to style your house
for possible parties! We are lucky this
year and a friend is hosting one, but if I was up to my usual tricks least I
know where to head to next time.
could have the best-dressed house with all the lanterns, window decorations and
hanging monster decorations – it’s nice seeing the houses that have made lots
of effort. So it would be good to
contribute to that Halloween feeling in the community with the help of
Snapfish also kindly sent me a voucher code to review
their site. I settled for another
canvas as I am a bit of a collector of these things! I must own 9 of them! I
think I should be labelled as a canvas connoisseur surely! I was pleased with my canvas anyway the
colours were very crisp and the canvas looked great for the price. Canvas prints make beautiful gifts for
Christmas, nothing like smiling happy children on your walls to make you
appreciate them all the more. I could
have chosen a Halloween picture but the one I went with in the end brings back
fond memories of my two boys playing happily together in a ball pit at home.
Party organisation may be in the hand of my host but I can
still use some of the other ideas. I
tend to let the boys draw their own pumpkin faces and then hubbie cuts them
out, but if you want some suggestions that look pretty impressive Snapfish have
a cat, owl, raven, flames and horns templates you can use. It’s as easy as (pumpkin) pie to trace
around a template.
With it being half term and spirits lively I think I might print off the colouring
sheets so they can have a calm activity tomorrow, which will help build up
ready for Halloween itself the following day.