Halloween is a time when the ghouls and ghosts come out to play. It is celebrated worldwide as a festival of eerie spirits and frightening sights. The word ‘Halloween’ comes from an old Celtic festival called ‘Samhain’, which means ‘end of summer’.
In Ireland and Scotland, Samhain was a time when people believed that the spirits of the dead would come back in ghost form, roaming the earth searching for their future homes and bringing curses with them.
The origins and significance of Halloween are varied and there are numerous theories about its origin.
Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve, is a festival observed on October 31st. It is the eve of All Saints’ Day, which is November 1st
Since it’s almost Halloween, so get ready to scare your friends! If you're looking for some spooky Halloween printable that you can use to decorate your house Or maybe you’re planning a party and need some inspiration.
Either way, we have just the right thing for you. These free printable bunting is perfect for any event related to Halloween.
They are easy to make and will give an instant creepy vibe to your house or party venue.
This spooky bunting banner is easy to make and will add a festive touch to your house on All Hallows’ Eve with the simple steps below:
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- Click here to download the PDF printable file that is ready to be printed in minutes - one pdf file, 9 pages total
- Grab a pair of scissors or use a cutting tool and follow the thin black borderlines as guides
- Grab a one-hole puncher and hole punch each piece by following the small black dot on each side (left and right)
- Find something to tie the banner pieces together such a yarn or a ribbon
- Ta-da! You are done,
You can download and print these as many times as you need, and hang them wherever you like – over the front door, in the dining room, above the fireplace… they look so cool everywhere!
Unfurl this spooky banner on October 31st and scare away all the trick-or-treaters that dare enter your abode.