Bat Window Decals
1. Print and cut out the bat templates, then trace the shapes onto the back of black contact paper. Repeat to create more bats.
2. Cut out the shapes and use a red paint pen to draw on eyes.
3. Remove the backing and adhere the bats to a window.
1. Spray starch on a white pillowcase and iron until dry.
2. Print and cut out the ghost templates.
3. Trace the shapes onto the pillowcase and cut out.
4. Using your fingertips and a black ink pad, stamp eyes and a mouth onto each ghost.
5. Glue twine behind each ghost’s head, and suspend them from a curtain rod.
Creepy Crawler Curtains
1. Print out the silhouette templates—they’re sized to print on an 8½-by-11-inch piece of paper, but you can scale up or down as desired when printing to fit your window and paper.
2. Using a pencil, trace the templates onto black cardstock and cut them out with scissors or a craft knife.
3. Attach the silhouettes directly to the window with clear tape.
Colorful Monsters Cutouts
1. Print out the monster templates—they’re sized to print on an 8½-by-11-inch piece of paper, but you can scale up or down as desired when printing to fit your window and paper.
2. Cut out the monster body templates (on pages 2 and 4) and trace them onto green or red poster board. Then cut out the body part templates, trace them onto white, black, yellow, or green paper, and cut out. Repeat as needed to create multiple eyes, claws, teeth, and horns.
3. Use a glue stick to adhere the pieces to the body.
4. Attach the monsters directly to the window with clear tape.