Do you want a super cute way to document all of your children’s Halloween costumes on one banner? I was really excited to find these free printables and photo kit so I could make a banner for each child! My kids and I love looking back at each year’s pictures to see how incredibly cute and sweet they looked in their different costumes, as well as see how much they have grown and changed each year! As the years go on, you can easily add more ribbon and pictures to your banners. Go to How Does She, follow them by entering your email address, and you will have access to free downloads! Enjoy!
Are you ready for another free printable? I love subway art, as they make a fun, easy, and inexpensive decoration. Head on over to 24/7 Moms and print your Halloween art! You can see another seasonal subway art I used in our Fall Decorations post!
Mod Podge is becoming very popular around here and I use it in a lot of my crafts. I have a long list of ideas that I will be making soon, using the amazing glue and sealer! To make the “31”, all you need is wooden numbers, scrapbook paper, mod podge, an x-acto knife, and a cutting mat. Lay the scrapbook paper image down, apply a layer of mod podge to the front of a number, lay it on the back of the scrapbook paper, hold it in place, turn the number over to smooth out any bumps, and let it dry for a few minutes. Place the number on a cutting mat and use the x-acto knife to cut around the number. Apply a layer of mod podge to the front of the number, and let it dry completely before applying a second coat. Do the same for the other number! This is another simple and quick way to make a decoration.