A Halloween Party Resource Guide

We know that our Karma Kiss readers are creative in one way or another. Perhaps that’s why you’re here in the first place; to find something novel, unique and creative. And because we want you to enjoy your stay, we’re sharing some tips and resources you can use for your own Halloween party this year! All these sites offer free digital items such as fonts, cliparts and templates you can download and enjoy with your kids. Spark up that artsy person in you and fire away with your Halloween crafting with these goodies:

Spooky Invites


Calling for your league of ghoulish guests this coming Halloween? Why not give them a charming invite to signify of your spooky soiree? Download this nifty editable Halloween Party Invites from Love Vs. Design, stock up on thick paper cards, and print away. You can also do some changes to this .pdf file and have it personalized according to your taste.

Frightening Fonts

2d offers an array of Halloween inspired fonts made ready for you to download. From the mysterious gothic slabs to the messy, gooey design lettering, you can enjoy picking the right font to use on your party. Some of these fonts are inspired from movies, characters or just plain supernatural. Find your favorite frightening fonts available for personal use (and some for commercial use too!).

Bag Those Bites!


Gone are the days when the children carried their own hats, sacks and baskets to pack on their goodies for their trick or treats. Now, you can make their candy-collecting life easier with this DIY Printable Halloween Treat Bags from Handmade Charlotte.We’re loving the orange and black designs, swirling with a lot cute but scary creatures. You can enjoy making this craft with your kids, and let them have the fun of sharing candies with all the many sweet-tooth children in their party.

Pick A Puppet


Miniecohas shared a template for a terrible three-some puppet craft you can create this Halloween season. You can spice up your decor by scattering these puppets around your home, sticking them on your walls or planters. Or you can give it to the children to play with. Whatever you choose, this template comes in handy not just for Halloween, but for future crafting moments whenever you are inspired to create.


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