If you caught my post yesterday, you were able to download free Halloween cards. If you missed it, you can check it out here now and be sure to download the freebies on the Journey Junkies page. Today I want to share free Chalkboard Halloween decorations. However, more than that, I’m sharing 10 different ways to use the design.
You can download 5 different chalkboard designs over on the Journey Junkies page (sign up here if you’re not a member it’s free) and below you’ll find 10 creative ways to use them to make Halloween decorations. They don’t have to be just wall art!
10 Creative Ways to Use Free Printable Halloween Decorations
Coasters are an easy and subtle way to bring holiday decor to your home. For these below I used the PNG file of the “Trick or Treat” design (it does not have the chalkboard backing) and made the color of the coasters black, but you could make it any color.
Next up is the pillow. I used the same “Trick or Treat” design PNG file and also added a web design to the back (you can download both on the Journey Junkies page).
3. Kitchen Towel
Another idea you can make from the designs is a kitchen towel. For this one, I used the “Eat, Drink & Be Scary” design.
4. Wall Clock
The great thing about making items on Zazzle is that you can add your own text. I did that here with the clock. Using the web you can download on the Journey Junkies page, I added the custom message.
At this point, you’ve gotten a few ideas for the home, but what about a toy for the kids? Or a drinking game for the adults? I made a puzzle from the design which you could turn into a fun Halloween drinking game at a party or give it to the kids.
6. Tote Bag
In addition to decorating your home for the holiday, you can use the designs to make an awesome trick-or-treat bag.
Want to dress up for Halloween but not go all out with a costume? Make one of our designs into a wearable button. You could also to stickers.
8. Door Mat
You’ll definitely want to welcome trick-or-treaters to your door with something unique. I used the “trick-or-treat” sign to make a door mat. I added a personalized statement as well, which you can edit on Zazzle.
9. Drink Cooler
If you’re having a Halloween party, a great idea is to make drink coolers like the one above.
10. Temporary Tattoos
Last up is temporary tattoos. Kids of all ages love tattoos and it’s something you can give away to trick-or-treaters that’s a bit different from candy.
That’s a wrap! Download those free chalkboard Halloween decorations (JPEG and PNG files) over on the Journey Junkies page (click the photo to the left to sign up). The designs come with and without the background and you can make to your heart’s content. Please don’t re-sell the designs as is.
If you don’t want to DIY-it, you can purchase the Chalkboard designs as 8×10 inch posters over on Zazzle, here.
If you make your own products, let me know in the comments how you use them, I’d love to see photos!