If you love costume and decoration carving from patterns and stencils during Halloween, here are some great internet resources for your use on Halloween night. Read and print these patterns and start making those costumes and decorations.
Some of the most fun during Halloween can be had in the month of October as people around the world create their own Halloween costumes, props and decorations from free templates, stencils and sewing patterns. There is no need to spend buckets of money during Halloween when you can use some of these internet resources and cut, sew and create your very own Halloween costumes and decorations from easy-to-follow directions.
Fun Halloween Patterns from HP Creative Studio at hp.com
One of the best resources on the World Wide Web is that of HP’s Creative Studio for Home at hp.com because this site has a wide range of Halloween party banner templates, pumpkin carving templates and Halloween decorations. Of course a lot of these will require the use of a printer at home so make sure your printer is ready to go.
This site has lots of choices for pumpkin carving templates. But it also has lots of patterns for you to use on the inside and outside of your home. Let’s say you need some patterns to print out for your last minute 2010 Halloween party. Have no fear because hp.com has plenty of these for you. First, check out the skeleton door decoration at this page. You can also do creative projects such as the Halloween Hang-ups or the Ghastly Ghouls from templates at this link.
Halloween Decorating and Craft Templates from marthastewart.com
Now Martha Stewart is world famous because of the fact that she comes up with some of the most interesting, fun and memorable ideas for Halloween. She has plenty of suggestions for you for Halloween 2010 at her Halloween Central Web page at marthastewart.com.
Let’s say you want some really fancy pumpkin carving templates for your last minute fancy social gathering in 2010. Well, head on over to this page and you will see some really fun pumpkin carving patterns. Martha Stewart has exciting wall decorations at this link, and silhouette candle creatures at this link.
Halloween Patterns and Stencils from about.com
There are many great Halloween decoration or costume patterns and templates at the online resource of about.com. You can find many interesting and easy instructions for your Halloween projects.
This site is especially useful for sewing costumes and decorations for Halloween night. For example, if you want to make a clown costume from pajamas, find the directions at this page. If you want some homemade DIY elf costume shoes, go to this page. And if you need a pattern to sew dog ears, go to this link.
Hope you can use these fun patterns and stencils for your Halloween props, decorations and costumes. If you were not able to find the patterns you like at the sites mentioned earlier, go straight to allcrafts.net for a huge selection of Halloween patterns and instructions for your costume or your Halloween party. Have a great 2010 Halloween night!
HP Creative Studio Ideas for Halloween, hp.com
Halloween Central, marthastewart.com
Patterns and Directions for Halloween Costumes, about.com