I’ve been so very blessed with the forced downtime this year to have gotten back to my drawing and doodling roots. Creating and sharing hand-drawn files with y’all to print and color has truly been a joyful exercise for me. Today I have created a Free Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner to Print and Color. I am so excited to be sharing today as part of the Creative Crafts Halloween Edition, this week has been full of creative inspiration!
Print and Color a FREE Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner
This week I am co-hosting Creative Crafts – Halloween Edition with my crafty friends Laura from Me and My Inklings and Meg from Makeable Crafts and Ann from Bella Crafts Publishing. Featuring Halloween craft projects each day this week from some of the most talented designers we know. Check out my tutorial, then scroll down to see all the creativity AND stop back each day this week to see what we have created for Halloween!
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Here’s what you need to make a Halloween Character Banner:
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- 1500 Colored Pencils from Tombow
- Tombow ABT Pro Alcohol-Based Markers
- Card Stock – bright white 110 lb.
- Ribbon – 36″ length
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive
Here’s how to create a FREE Hand-Drawn Banner:
Download the Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner elements below ⇓ I like heavyweight card stock in bright white. If you are printing on an inkjet printer and coloring with water-based markers or watercolors, be careful that the lines don’t bleed. When using my Tombow Dual Brush Pens, I use my laser printer.
Color in each one of the Halloween Characters using Dual Brush Pens, ABT Pro Alcohol-Based Markers, Colored Pencils, Watercolors, or Crayons. Think outside the box with your color selections. Get the kiddos involved and have some creative FUN!
Cut out each one of the Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner elements carefully with scissors. Get creative and use fancy-edge scissors for paper. Add embellishments like wiggle eyes, glitter, rhinestones, and sequins.
Attach the wings, legs, ears, etc. to the banners with Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive. Measure and cut a 36-inch length of ribbon. Apply Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive to the top edge of the back of each banner and then attach securely to the ribbon.
The FREE Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner is Quick and Easy
I hope you will download, print and color my FREE Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner and use it as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR spooky cute Halloween decor. Get out all the craft supplies and create something FUN with your kiddos in just an afternoon. Make family memories while getting a little messy.
Now it’s time for some INSPIRATION!
Below are more ghoulishly gorgeous projects created by some of my craftiest designer friends. We are participating in the Creative Crafts – Halloween Edition. Scroll down to see all the goodness. Stop back by each day this week for all the super cool projects!
Creative Crafts Halloween Edition
First up is my co-host Laura with Me and My Inklings who is always creating the most adorable crafts. Her project teaches you How to Paint a Witch on a canvas. This is a super cute craft you can make with the kiddos!
Ann with Bella Crafts Publishing is my second co-host and has created a Halloween Treat Box with Bling! Check out those orange rhinestones against the black card stock. Click through to see how Ann attached those rhinestones, it’s like magic!
My third co-host for Creative Crafts Halloween Edition is Meg from Makeable Crafts and she has created a gorgeous set of Decorative Halloween Plates with her Cricut Machine. Plus she gives you even more options for decorating!
Smitha from Smiling Colors has created quick and easy Die Cut Halloween Treat Bags to fill with yummy goodies. These are super cute. Check out Smitha’s blog for a ton of lettering inspiration as well.
Katie blogs over at A Sweet Berry Designs and she is sharing a lovely Monogram Wooden Pumpkin that she created with her Glowforge for her front door! Simply gorgeous!
Natalie from Doodle Craft Blog is sharing an entire Halloween Tree with DIY Skeleton Ornaments and a Crow Tree Topper. OMG, I am blown away and I love that Trick or Treat Sign!
Anita with Flamingo Chronicles has mixed up some Haunted Drinks for all the good Ghouls and Boos to enjoy! YUMMY!
Beth from The Ruffled Daisy is sharing a bright and colorful Candy Corn Vase that she made from a tin bucket. Love this upcycled project, it’s so unique!
Creative Crafts Halloween Edition Day Four
Remember, today is Day Four! Here is the link to Creative Crafts Halloween Edition Day One and Creative Crafts Halloween Edition Day Two and Creative Crafts Halloween Edition Day Three. We have shared so much creativity this week. I promise you won’t be disappointed, but rather inspired! Create with my FREE Hand-Drawn Halloween Banner and the kiddos this Halloween season OR Pin It for later!
Halloween is my FAVORITE time of the year, so I have a ton of fun ideas and projects collected into the 31 BEST Halloween Crafts and FREE Printables. Click through and check out all of the spooky cute inspiration! And if more printables are your jam The Easiest Halloween Doodles and 5 Fun Ways to Use Them is super FUN!
Thanks for stopping by!