36 Free Halloween Printables You Can Download Right Now
Tasty Treat Bags
Presto chango! Transform plain chocolates into a cemetery-inspired kiss of death by burying them in a 2x2-inch clear plastic favor box. Use a glue stick to attach the label.
Party Favor Bags
Adorable Wine Labels
You'll be the star of any Halloween celebration with these clever wine labels. Print one (or all three!) and attach to a bottle for a thoughtful hostess gift, or print the whole set for a complete drink bar at your next spooky event. If you're looking to raid the kids' trick-or-treat bags, we've found the best wines to pair with your favorite Halloween candy.
Trick kids into eating healthy treats by rebranding raisin boxes as spooky witch warts. Print the labels on plain copy paper, trim them down, then glue them in place.
Prep a Teal Pumpkin
The Teal Pumpkin Project is an organization committed to making trick-or-treating a fun activity for all children who want to partake in the tradition—and participating is easy! Let trick-or-treaters know your house is food-allergy free by setting a teal pumpkin on your porch and making sure you have plenty of non-food trick-or-treat items to hand out. Our fun and free printables will make sure children and parents know your house is handing out non-food treats.
Want to share the love among your visitors? Hand out boxes of water or juice wrapped in mysterious Love Potion labels held in place with double-stick tape.
Halloween Treat Labels
A printable tag turns a plain white sack into a candy-ready treat bag. Label it for the guests at a kids Halloween party, or set out the tags with a set of markers and let guests decorate their own bags. You can also use our free printable as a sticker for jars, bags, or other Halloween treats. The labels come with six other designs, so the ideas are plentiful.
Is the container really filled with spiderwebs? Kids won't know until they taste the ghostly white strands! Put a gob of cotton candy in each dish, then adhere the labels to the lids using a glue stick.
Halloween Bingo Cards
Give friends and neighbors a shockingly sweet-tart surprise: Green apple taffy inside a venomous free Halloween printable label. Find single packages at a grocery store, or order boxes of taffy online.
Bat Halloween Coloring Page
Draculas-in-training desire vampire wax that keeps their lips supple and fangs exposed. Curl labels around tubes of lip balm, then fasten overlapped sides with double-stick tape.
Use our free printable bat template to make this non-food trick-or-treat prize. Wrap black paper around a bottle of Halloween bubbles (or any other treat around the same size) to give this bat a body. Use googly eyes and a marker to create a goofy face, then tape one end of each wing to the back of the bottle, and let these bubble bats fly off with the trick-or-treaters.
Boo Halloween Coloring Page
Free Halloween coloring pages are an easy way to keep little monsters busy during the Halloween festivities. Color your own coloring sheets for a fun Halloween activity, or hand them out to trick or treaters with candy allergies on Halloween with a small pack of crayons.
In the Bag
It's a toss-up as to what's more fun: Picking the fabrics to make into beanbags (simply sew together 3x4-inch pieces and stuff with beans) or creating this cute jack-o'-lantern face on an orange tray ($28, Wayfair). Bonus: You can use the tray again to serve Halloween sweets.
To play this Halloween party game, set the tray on top of a stool and have kids try to toss the bags on top.
Halloween Coloring Page
Cauldron Halloween Bubbles
Handing out these Halloween bubbles could actually be cheaper than giving out candy bars! If you're looking for a non-food treat to hand out to trick-or-treaters, our free printable makes it so easy to dress up a party-size package of bubbles.
Halloween Plate Silhouettes
Scare up this spooky plate display in minutes with our free printable Halloween decorations. Print the crow, branch, cat, and skeleton key designs onto paper, then cut out. Trace onto the back side of self-adhesive vinyl or shelf liner. Trim and adhere the silhouettes to white plates or a tray.
Editor's Tip: Our downloads are the mirror version of what you see pictured. Print and trace them onto the back side of the vinyl as directed. When adhered they'll face the correct way.
Light up the night with a few spooky Halloween symbols. Embellish plain glass lanterns with our easy silhouettes—simply print and trace onto the backs of shelf liner or vinyl. Then just cut them out and adhere to the lantern for a fast and easy Halloween decorating project.
Halloween Banner on Mantel
Dress up a mantel with our printable pennant-style banner for a memorable Halloween soiree. Simply print our free Halloween decoration, trim, and add to a length of ribbon long enough to drape across your display spot. We love it over a fireplace or hanging along a stair banister.
Halloween Matching Game
A basic matching game is extra-fun with a Halloween spin. Simply print out the illustrations you want (you'll need two of each pattern), attach to 8x8-inch double-side patterned paper, and laminate to ensure the fun lasts for a few Halloweens.
Tree Silhouette Pattern
Make haunting a family affair with a bare-bones tree displaying family silhouettes or other pictures. We love it as a festive decor piece or as a backdrop for Halloween photos!
Monster Party Decoration
Add shrieks to your party displays with a printable monster. Simply download our free template, cut from pretty patterned papers, and tape to the inside of a glass-paned door.
Black Cat and Bat Painted Pumpkins
Poster Board Bat Sconce
Take flight with a batty sconce that's elevated from the rest of your decor. Trim this flying fellow and add him to a shelf bracket fitted with a spooky black candle.