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A free printable vintage skeleton illustration to help you decorate for Halloween on a budget.
As much as I’d love to, I’m not going to be able to decorate for Halloween this year. By the end of October we’ll be a month out from moving in to our first home and things will be crazy enough without having to worry about putting out and packing up holiday decorations.
(If you hear a news report about a woman dying under a pile of moving boxes, don’t worry, that’s just me. It was nice knowing you all.)
Anyway, even though I can’t decorate for Halloween, all of the awesome Halloween projects I keep seeing on Pinterest are giving me some serious ~spooky vibes~. So I decided to fulfil my desire to make Halloween decorations by making a Halloween printable. And because I like posting printables here, I thought I’d share it with you lovely people!
This Halloween printable features some text and a vintage illustration of a skeleton I found in a French natural history book published in 1892. It’s 8″ x 10″ in size, meaning you can print it on your home printer and trim it to size, either by hand or by using a paper guillotine (I like using the guillotine to trim my printables because I can’t cut straight to save my life, whoopsies).
If you like this free Halloween printable, you might also like this set of four vintage Halloween printables. Alternatively, you might like to explore the free printable library (no sign ups or anything like that required, take them and run if you like, I won’t tell). If you like what you see there, you might want to like the Facebook page to know when new free printables are posted (or not, you do you).
Free printable vintage skeleton illustration
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To download this printable, click the download button in your web browser (not via the Pinterest app, as this may result in an error). This will download a .zip file which contains the printable as a ready-to-print PDF. To open .zip files on Windows, right click the folder, select Extract All, and then follow the on-screen instructions. On Mac, double click the .zip file and the folder will be unzipped automatically.