Skeleton Halloween Printable

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I’m so excited to share this simple Skeleton Halloween Free Printable I like to call Scaredy Bones. I saw the skeleton font online, and had to have it made into a fun printable to share. It’s the simplest, less-than-5-minutes craft!

skeleton halloween free printable

I asked my friend Kim at 733 to help me with my concept, and she designed this printable in orange, as well as in black. I quickly printed it up, trimmed the edge to size, slapped it on some black cardstock, added a little washi tape, and propped it on an easel. I could have mod podged it onto wood, but I’m keeping it simple and easy for myself (less than 5 minutes, really).

Click on the image to download each 8×10 pdf file.


scaredy bones halloween printable Scaredy Bones Black

If you’d like some similar Halloween Notecards, hop on over to 733 to download those that Kim made! It’s fun to attach to a treat to give to a friend!

Your kids may also enjoy these fun Halloween activities!

If you’d like to see a few of my other holiday Projects from the past:

Halloween Bat Photo Collage//Halloween Decoration: Mini Canvas & Easel//Halloween Kids Lunch Jokes//How to Throw a Couples Halloween Party

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  1. sarah stillloveya says:

    Is there any way you could split up your subscriptions by post type like the pioneer woman does? I’m not trying to be negative, and I know your posts are helping a lot of people, but I am really only interested in photography and it seems like your blog is taking a turn to more of a food/craft blog. I mean a subscription is a subscription right? So I’d still be subscribed to you, I just wouldn’t have to delete the other posts.

    I know this sounds harsh, and I’m not trying to be, because I love the way you write and you’ve been so helpful on photography, but I don’t have time or the waistline that can afford looking at pb and j donuts and caramel corn. I just wish I could focus on what really interests me. Right now I have you going to my spam folder (along with a lot of other blogs), so that when I have time I can sift through….but if it were just photography I wouldn’t have to weed and it could go right to my inbox.

    • Nicole says:

      I, too, adore Kristen’s photography, and it is what originally drew me in! However, in response to your comment, I think Kristen does a great job of titling her posts to help her readers know what to expect when they open them. If you don’t see a post that has a photography related title, which you indicate you are not interested in, you could just delete the email.

      • Kristen Duke says:

        Nicole, you are so sweet, thanks;)

    • Kristen Duke says:

      Hi Sarah, I can look into that, but a lot of subscription type mediums are paid, and I just don’t have the same revenue as the Pioneer Woman! I totally understand your concern, as as Nicole said, just don’t click over if it doesn’t interest you. I have found that my style and love changes and evolves and I like to share what’s currently on my mind! I do have some photography posts in the cue though, so watch for them!

  2. Nicole says:

    Cute! I love the quick idea.

  3. Love this adorable printable!! Thank you for sharing this little guy! 😉

    • I’m so glad you like the printable Jocelyn! I REALLY love how Kristen displayed it. Such a great little addition to a Halloween display. 😉


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