One of my kids thinks that Mickey Mouse is a horror figure, so I’ve learned to keep our Halloween “unscawy.” Instead of settling for whatever I can find in the big box stores, I get to look so put together by downloading CMP fave Paper&Cake’s downloadable Trick or Treat Halloween Party decor which gives my gathering a pulled-together look without costing more than my Halloween candy budget. [Edited to add: The specific Halloween party decor reviewed here is no longer available; however, Paper & Cake has plenty of new printable Halloween decor in their shop!]
I used to be afraid that downloading and printing party decor would be a huge hassle, but after purchasing their downloadable pirate birthday party decor set last month, I can say with confidence that anyone who is old enough to use scissors well could handle this.
It all fits on standard-size 8 1/2×11″ paper (use card stock for best results); all you need is some scissors, double-sided tape and about an hour of time. You’ll have everything fro
Abigail and Kira have a knack for creating party decor that really pops, and I’m particularly fond of their Halloween palette which combines shades of green, purple and even hot pink for a modern twist. And, if you have older kids, or if you’re lucky enough to be able to throw a grown-up bash, check out their Gothic Halloween Party decor decor which is anything but “cute”.
All for less than $15. Why, I don’t think that’s scary at all. –Christina
Wonderful downloadable Trick or Treat Halloween Party decorations can be downloaded from the Paper & Cake Etsy store.