Free Halloween Spell Book Printable

Free Halloween Spell Book Printable  #halloween #printable


Free Halloween Spell Book Printable

by: Amy

Hi guys!  I am so excited to finally be pulling out my Halloween decorations.  This is my favorite time of year! I was born in October so Halloween has always felt like “my” holiday.  I don’t do creepy or gory, though.  We’re more a vintage-y fun Halloween kinda’ family.  This year I decided to make an old, worn spell book with the cutest winking witch on it to add to my other decor so I picked up an old book at the thrift store and gave it a little makeover.  It came together really quickly and I am loving how cute it turned out!

Supplies 

  • an old book {approx. 5.5″ x 7.5″}
  • Mod Podge
  • black craft paint
  • sandpaper or Dremel tool with sanding attachment

First, download and print the Halloween Spell Book printable images below.

Free Halloween Printable

free printable spell bookfree halloween printable printable halloween spellbookThe cute little winking witch is my favorite part!  You can scale the images a little bit using a photo-editing program to make them fit your book if needed.  For really high quality prints, I took the files to Staples and had them printed in color onto card stock. To save the free Halloween printable, just right click on the picture and choose “Save As”! Easy! free printable spellbook Next, prepare your book.  Ideally, you want to look for an old book with a very plain black cover and spine, but that’s not always possible.  If you can’t find a black book, you can use a little bit of black craft paint to cover the edges or any part of the book that might show. After the paint has dried, cut out the printed images and glue them to the book cover with Mod Podge.  Paint a coat of Mod Podge onto the front cover of the book and apply the image, making sure to press out all the air bubbles.  Paint a a second coat of Mod Podge on top to seal the image.  When the front cover is dry, work your way around the book, applying the spine and back cover images in the same way. halloween printable Once the Mod Podge is dry, sand the edges of the book to make it look old and worn.  I used my Dremel tool with a sanding wheel attachment and it worked like a charm!  Sand it as much or as little as you like. free printable for halloween That’s all there is to it — just add it to your Halloween mantle or display to give it a fun vintage touch.  Thanks for letting me share this free Halloween printable and project today, Linda.

Have a happy Halloween, friends!

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Comments

  1. 1
    Sandy_in_MD

    Cute idea – thanks for sharing the graphics to make the project.

  2. 2

    This is so stinkin’ adorable!!! I absolutely love it…thanks for sharing!

  3. 3

    I love this! It’s both clever and well executed. Thanks for sharing. :-)

  4. 5
    Beth

    When you print this off does it print with ask black ink our do you use black paper?

  5. 6
    Beth

    Let’s try this again with correct spelling. …… When you print this off does it use all black ink or do you use black paper.

    1. 6.1

      It uses black ink, which is why I took it to Staples to be printed so I didn’t drain my home printer. Hope that helps!

  6. 7
    Jeannette

    There is not adorable about Spell Book, you are opening a door to Satan and his demons in your life, and others, you wont even know , how this will impact your life. People should leave this alone , there is nothing can set you free from this, once you have become in bondage and your family. You are dealing with the Supernatural world, -darkness.

  7. 8
    Libbi Sleath

    I was unable to find the download area….. This is a very cute project and would love to share it with my fellow Halloween collectors.

  8. 9
    Heather

    Thank you for sharing this! I took the idea one step farther by replacing the Winking Witch with the “Real Witches of WLR” for our neighborhood ladies. I’m making two of these for our prizes at our Halloween party and of course one for myself!