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Hello everyone! Hope your week had been butt-kickingly awesome. Mine has been pretty productive so far, and I hope to keep that same trend. So, are you all set for Halloween or what!? Isn’t it just the most fun holiday to decorate for. Do you prefer the cutesy Halloween decor, or the scary stuff? I think I’m somewhere in-between: I like both (as long as the scary decorations aren’t too gory). Today, I have another awesome design for you: free Halloween patterns!
These four patterns are the perfect way to add a little “cutesy” to your Halloween decor. I wanted these designs to say “Halloween” without using the color black. I still kept the orange in there, but decided to accent it with grey and green instead—what do you think?
There are so many ways you can use these fun patterns, and today, I have an idea for all you bloggers out there. Who doesn’t like to offer free printables with their recipes or DIY projects? I know that designing printables can take a lot of time, but with these patterns and this tutorial, you can create a totally rad printable in minutes!
If you’ve ever designed a printable for your blog before, you are probably familiar with PicMonkey. Even if you’re not familiar with it, I promise you that if you follow this tutorial, it will be a cinch. So, click the download button below to get the patterns, and you’ll be on your way.
The Fantastically amazing final product!!
This is just one example of a printable you could make in PicMonkey. Play around with the different types of overlays and fonts for a little while, and I’m sure you can come up with about 2 million other ideas. So, if you’ve been wanting to try your hand at design for a while now, this is your chance! Or, if you are a PicMonkey veteran, I hope these cute Halloween patterns inspire you to come up with something totally rad!
Be sure to check out my other PicMonkeytutorials and free design downloads as well.
Mandee is a professional graphic designer, amateur bird watcher, and rollercoaster enthusiast. She is a wife to hardworking high school teacher and mommy to three adorable little humans. She fell in love with graphic design when she started working on a comedy website with a guy she met her freshman year of college. Design wasn’t the only thing she fell in love with, and they were married a year and a half later. She created Designs By Miss Mandee to be a place where she could merge her passion for design with her lifelong love of crafting. 2 Comments