Shakespeare’s Halloween Equation + 11 more FREE Halloween Printables

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Halloween is one of my FAVORITE holidays, and I’m so stinkin’ excited about this month’s free printables blog hop!  So much adorableness in one place should be illegal.  Just sayin’.  So without further ado, I give you Shakespeare’s Halloween Equation in decorative form:

double double toil and trouble free printable

You can download the 8×8 size and frame it, or slap the 4×4 size on a box or bag of goodies.  Or frame it too. Either way.

double double toil and trouble free download

 ·········· >  8×8 PRINT // 4×4 TAG  <··········

And just for kicks and giggles, here’s a perfectly pinnable image: 😉

double double toil and trouble free printable at somewhat simple

And now for the other bloggers and their masterpieces:

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1// The Dating Divas – Eat, drink, and be SCARY with this flirty Halloween game for two!

2// Somewhat Simple – Double, Double, Toil + Trouble | An 8×8 print and 4×4 tags of Shakespeare’s ultimate Halloween equation!

3// Whipperberry – Boolicious Halloween Treat Bags

4// Crafting Chicks – Pin the Bowtie on Mr. Bones game for Halloween parties.

5// Tatertots & Jello – You’ve been Spooked” door hanger tag, basket tag and instructions for neighbor gifts

6// L’il Luna – Surrender Your Treats Printable perfect to display at your home for some fun Halloween decor!

7// My Sister’s Suitcase – Add these Treat Tags to a “kit” of supplies to bake up some Halloween goodies!

8// I Heart Nap Time – A fun Fall s’mores tag and candy wrapper set.

9// The 36th Avenue – Chic Halloween Printable Sign… Ready to decorate?

10// Paging Supermom – This fabulously gruesome Eye Ball Garland is super simple to create with paper plates, yarn and this free printable.

11// The TomKat Studio – A sweet Halloween treat perfect for “BOO-ing” your neighbors!

12// The Idea Room – Give your ghouls some Monster Mints with this fun Mint Dispenser Label.

Click on the links to download + Enjoy!! –xoxo

Sarah is a stay-at-home-mom of three beautiful children, wife to a pretty awesome guy, and lover of singing in the shower, Dr. Pepper, cinnamon bears, and McGuyver. She resides in Arizona and has recently added Laundry Procrastinator Extraordinaire to her resume.

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  1. Lynn Duvall says

    Hi there! Such a great blog! I really love the typeface/font that’s used on the Shakespeare quote tag, the one used for the word “Shakespeare,” a sassy script. It’s also on some other words at the bottomof that tag but I don’t remember what they are. Sorrry. Would you mind sharing the name of the typeface and where you bought/found it?

    I’ll love your forever.

    Thanks for your time & help,

    • says

      Hey Lynn! It’s called Meddon, and I believe I just got it from, but can’t remember – I’m sure that google would know where you could download it. 😉