Happy Halloween Printables

Personalzie these free Halloween Printables for a special touch Today is our first chilly morning in Florida. The town is filled with boots and jackets as we all have an extra kick to our step. It got me feeling festive, so I made some fun little things for Halloween.

You are welcome to take these templates and personalize them with your name, or print them as it.Halloween Printables - for a quick tag or sticker./ You can personalize them with your name

You can print them on sticker paper and attach them to jars.Turn a jar into a cute gift or centerpiece with these cute Halloween printables

You can print them on cardstock and fold over ziplock bags for a great school giveaway.Halloween printable Ziplock Bag toppers - Simply print, fold over ziplock bag, and staple.

You can hole punch and use them as tags.

Personalize these free Halloween tags

Click here to view and print templates.Keep it simple yet personal this Halloween. Free Printables to use as a sticker, a tag, or on top of a ziplock for a Halloween treat.

Need a Halloween costume, check out our board of Costume Ideas here.

For some Fun Fall Decorating and activities, check out our Fabulous Fall board.

DIY Personalized Bag Tags and Printables for Lunch Box and Backpack

DIY Personalized Bag Tags and Printables for Lunch Box and Backpack

It’s Back to School time and that means fresh lunchboxes and backpacks. I made some Bag Tags you can personalize and download. The floral backgrounds I chose were from The Lilly blog.

How to Make a Bag Tag:


  • Cardstock
  • Printer
  • Hole puncher
  • ribbon, rope, or shoelace
  • laminator (optional)
  1. First download the desired pfd from the end of this post. Personalize with your child’s name.
  2. Print on Cardstock.
  3. Cut out tags from cardstock
  4. Laminate –  My current obsession is a $24 Thermal Laminator. I use it to laminate photos, kids’ artwork, soccer certificates, recipe cards, place-mats, bag tags and more. It’s highly addictive and so simple that my daughter uses it.
  5. Trim away excess laminate with scissors or cutter.
  6. Punch a hole and insert ribbon
  7. My boys are not ribbon people, so I used some rope and a shoelacerope

You are done. Printable templates at end of post.

You can use them on:

  • lunch boxes
  • backpacks
  • diaper bags
  • suitcases
  • sporting bags (tennis racket bag)
  • gifts

Here are the Printable Templates – PDF download

Red & Blue Chevron 

Lilly Floral

Green & Pink Chevron

I had several questions about where I got the lunchboxes.

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