Halloween Printable

It’s time to ditch the summer printable in favor of a more seasonably appropriate one.  I think this one has the right amount of “spook” and fun combined.  I did, however,  have to explain to my kids what an ultimatum is and why this is funny.  By way of example I used the commonly used BYU phrase “Either marry me or we are breaking up!”  That led to other discussions though so you may want to come up with your own examples.  :)
Available in 5×7 and 8×10!  
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5×7
8×10
For my hurricane jar there I just painted some mini-pumpkins the same way I did HERE and made a few more fabric balls.  I also painted another bigger pumpkin and added the ribbon.  That glitter paint is addictive!
Also, if you live in UT come to a craft night my SIL & I are hosting in Bountiful on October 14th or in Logan on October 15th!  Click HERE for the details.  Hope to see you there!

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  1. Jaime says

    Landee, I am with you on the Glitter paint. I painted a small pumpkin in ivory and then used a silver glitter paint – it turned out sooo cute! I need to restock my little paints – I see a trip to Hobby Lobby in my future! ;)

    Love the sign – thank you for posting it!!!

  2. Heidi says

    Landee-

    I have to confess…I copied your homework! I featured you on my blog today. Ok, not quite sure if it qualifies for a “feature.” I am new to blogging and I don’t have any buttons yet…not sure how to link your photo up either…so I have a link with your name to shoot back to your original post. That sounds pretty lame. :) Thanks for the great print! It looks adorable on our photo wall!

    Heidi@HomemadeBeautiesByHeidi

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