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Bat Halloween Party Printable Freebies

Many years ago Katelyn Block and I teamed up to host a virtual Halloween party, and I am sharing the printables we used for that party! I designed the printables and am sharing them as PDFs so you can print and use for your own Halloween party.

Now I’m joining with my Team Creative Craft friends to bring you 20 Halloween Party Ideas.

Free Halloween Party Printables by poofycheeks.com
Free Halloween Party Printables by poofycheeks.com
Free Halloween Party Printables by poofycheeks.com
Free Halloween Party Printables by poofycheeks.com

Printable Terms of Use-

Our printables are for personal use only.

  • Printables must ONLY be used for personal use! They can not be sold or altered in ANY way!
  • If you post pictures on the web which include the printables it must have a link back to my blog.
  • If you would like any of the printable files personalized with names or ages I would be happy to do so for the cost of a tall caramel frap! Just shot me an email – kelsalexandra(at)hotmail(dot)com
  • I would really appreciate if you shared a few pictures with me too so I can share them on my FB page! Parties are always so much fun and I love knowing that my designs are making their way into your home!
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Here are the files in PDF form. Print them onto white cardstock or onto full sheet shipping labels to make stickers.

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Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing quick and easy Polymer Clay Black Cat Earrings that would make the PURR-FECT party favor on Halloween night.

Sweet not spooky is the theme for this set of Halloween Treat Bag Tags created by Laura of Laura’s Crafty Life. Pumpkins are our favorite!

Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins always has the best activities for the kiddos, and her Halloween Popsicle Stick Puzzle does not disappoint.

Download and print a full set of Halloween Party Printables with a Batty themeKelsey over at Poofy Cheeks has the entire party covered!

Katie, the Crafty Blog Stalker has taken some simple supplies from the dollar store and transformed them into a Light Up Jack-O-Lantern perfect to greet guests at your front door.

Wrangle your treats in one place this October 31st with Halloween Party Treat Bag Printables from Chelly at We Can Make That!

Jane from DIY Jane has created an magical Halloween Party Table Topper to give your décor a fabulous finishing touch.

Create the perfect party favor with Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama and her tutorial for a Halloween Heishi Bracelet Set. Love the bright colors! 

Beth with Creatively Beth is sharing a quick and easy Candy Corn Treat Cup with Free Ghost Tag Printable that will make a yummy party favor.

Whether you are decorating or creating these Recycled Egg Carton Bats are the perfect addition to your Halloween Party from Beth at Creatively Beth.

Laura from Me and My INKlings is the ultimate troop leader, so we love her collection of Girl Scout Halloween Party Ideas, they are brilliant!

The party favors are covered with a set of free printable Halloween Character Treat Boxes created by Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama

Liz with Liz on Call has the most adorable Halloween party idea – Jack-O-Lantern Balloons! Get the tutorial and a downloadable file over on her blog.

Create quick and easy Halloween Party Favors with Felt using the tutorial from Blanca with Creativities Galore. We love this idea because they are reusable!

Get together with your GHOUL friends for a craft night! Candice from She’s Crafty gives you all the details for a Haunted House Party!

Michelle of Michelle’s Party Plan-It has the spooky side covered with her DIY Freddy Krueger Bag. Perfect for a Halloween Party favor or Trick-or-Treat bag.

With just a few supplies create Halloween Monster Pretzels to serve at your October 31st Party. Beth with the Ruffled Daisyis sharing her tutorial.

Marissa with Rae Gun Ramblings is cooking up some sweet and spooky Cauldron Cakes. Get the recipe and step by step directions on her blog.

Let’s take adorable to a whole new level with a No-Sew Baby Bat Sock Stuffie created by Debra of Debra Quartermain Designs. We think he’s FANG-TASTIC!