{Free} Printable Halloween Journaling Cards

Do you love Halloween? We do. Every, single person in my house is nuts about Halloween. The costumes (we have a peacock and an astronaut this year); the decorating (banners, pumpkins, witches, etc); the pumpkin carving; and of course the sweet treats … we love it all.

My 3-year-old was bitten by the Halloween bug this year and can’t stop talking about “Happy Halloween.” We still have one more trip to the pumpkin patch scheduled (we’ve already been twice) and of course trick-or-treating on the special day. We always trick-or-treat with Mike’s 92-year-old Aunt. She loves to take the kids around and proudly shows them off. Luckily, my kiddos don’t mind and have been know to recite poetry or dance on command.

I’m pretty sure my kids are going to be so disappointed when it’s time to say goodbye to all things Halloween. It’s going to be a huge let down come Thursday!

This week’s printable is just in time for all your Halloween scrappy needs. My daughter (she’s eight) sat next to me the whole time I was working on these telling me what she liked and didn’t like. She had a (heavy) hand in the bats and the “Eat, Drink and Be Scary” cards. 

Hope you like them and we all hope you have a fabulous Halloween.

Week44_JournalingCards_krdkDownload these printer-ready, high resolution journaling cards here.


If you've missed my previous printables, you can find most of them here.  Use my printables? Share a link, I’d love to see what you’ve done with them.


Note: I used these free, Halloween-themed Photoshop brushes in the creation of these journaling cards. There are so many talented people out there and I’m grateful for their willingness to share their talents.