Use these Halloween templates in your craft projects, for scrapbooking, for decorating the house...
The second of our bat templates features a large somewhat "Batman" like bat! We can think of lots of ways to use this one.
Here is a simple template for a witch's broom, to add to your Halloween crafts and displays. It might also be useful for your Harry Potter activities!
I've called these candy templates because I started making them for Halloween, but of course here in the UK we know these as sweets! Either way they make for a useful template, with three different styles. Print them onto coloured card and string them up for a colourful decoration.
This cat wouldn't be out of place cut from black paper in a Halloween display - but could look equally good in a softer colour and with a cute face drawn on. It comes in various sizes.
This seems to me just the sort of cat that would be found sitting on the back of a witch's broomstick, or tucked in the corner of her room watching her stir up a potion in a cauldron!
This lovely round cauldron shape is a useful template for your Halloween or St Patrick's displays. Add the extra 3D effect with a slither of white or silver paper if you like, or just leave it off.
This cauldron template provides a very easy "flat" shape for cutting out and building in to your crafts and displays. It would make a great collage cut from black card or construction paper with some green scrunched-up or shredded tissue paper "bubbling" over the top!
It seems a little gruesome to provide a coffin template at Activity Village, but for Halloween it seems that anything goes! Cut the shape out of black, grey or brown card and add it to your Halloween displays. Who knows what could be inside?
This Frankenstein template would make a great cutting activity for children, with some challenging bits to it! Cut out of green card you could even use it as a simple mask.
Our simple ghost template, which comes in a variety of sizes, makes a fun cutting activity for younger kids, who will also enjoy adding faces to the ghosts. Make a number of them and string them up around the room as part of your Halloween decorations!
This simple ghost tempalte is a great shape for children's crafts - and a row of them looks fabulous on display. Cut the ghost shape from card or craft foam, and then glue on pink or orange eyes with tiny black circle pupils for added character!
It's a gruesome subject matter, but graveyards are often used for Halloween displays so I thought I would include this simple template here. Cut from black card or paper it makes a fun silhouette to add to your displays or crafts.
This is a fairly simple haunted house template - in fact you could also use it as a town house or even a castle.
This crazy house shaped template definitely screams haunted house to me! Cut it our from grey or black card and get the kids to add windows, door, ghosts and other spooky decorations!
Here's an unusual template for carving a pumpkin this Halloween - straight from Monsters University! Download the pdf for instructions and template...
BOO! Here's a spooky pumpkin carving template, ready for creating a scary pumpkin face or for other Halloween crafts.
Here's a friendly looking pumpkin face, that's maybe a little less frightening for younger kids at Halloween? You can cut out your stencil and draw it onto your pumpkin by tracing it or use the method of poking tiny holes into the stencil design.
This pumpkin carving template has quite simple lines to follow, so it's great for beginners to try. If you don't want to carve a pumpkin, you can use the template for other Halloween crafts too...
Use these pumpkin templates for carving smaller sized pumpkins, or why not try carving some different fruit and vegetables like squash, peppers or even a pineapple? You could create a whole gang of ghoulish fruit and veg faces!
Use this pumpkin template in your autumn, fall or Halloween craft projects or scrapbooking. Available in various sizes. Click the link below for our printable version.
Here's a spooky Spider template, perfect for Halloween projects! Print it out in multiple sizes using the pdf file below.
This spider template is just slightly different from our first, but once again it is a fairly simple shape to cut out and comes in a variety of sizes. It's perfect for Halloween projects: just a few of these strung up in the corners would spook most of us!
This witch template is perfect for younger children with its easy outlines and non-threatening shape! Still fun for Halloween, though...
This witch takes some careful cutting out, but she looks great silhouetted against a window or as part of your board display. Print onto white paper and then glue-stick very lightly to black card, cutting through both layers together...
This is one of my favourite Halloween templates. It is relatively easy to cut out and can be used in so many ways. You could print a whole batch and have the kids cut out and decorate their own, glue on the heads and use them as bookmarks...