(Partially) Free Fun Friday

Hello Spooky Blogger Friends....

I am in full on Halloween mode, and I am having too much fun (and paying way too much money) getting my apartment spook ready. I have lots of crafty projects in the works, more on that later. This Friday I want to pass on some of the BEST Halloween themed products floating around out there for you to enjoy. Most are free, but I found a couple that are too cute to pass on.

Have a looksie:

{Elle's Studio Banner}

I alluded to this in my last post. I am making three of these little babies: one for me and the other two are going to other happy homes. By purchasing it at JessicaSprague.com you get access to all the letters and background papers you need to make the banner in a download, which you can print at home. I actually printed one and then took it to get color copied at Kinko's. You could print multiple copies at home, but that can be pretty hard on a home printer and your ink supply ; ). After printing, you just cut and assemble as you like! It retails for $4.99 here.

{Halloween Fonts and Dingbats}

I love fonts. ESPECIALLY free fonts! Dafont.com is a wealth of free fonts for lots of uses, and I found a couple of extra-scary ones that I am using for my projects this year. True Type fonts and dingbats can be cut on my Silhouette (and I think you can use Cricut Design Studio to cut them on you bug), which gives them even more uses!

12 Halloween Sign (I couldn't find an image to add for this file, but click the link and you can see for yourself!

(how cute would this be cut out in vinyl and put on a mirror?)

(background papers}

PaperCrave.com has some FABULOUS ideas for Halloween! Last year I found this set of patterned papers. I used one of the papers for this card I shared last week:

{Free Digital Kit}This kit is FULL of fun bits and pieces you can use for cards, or banners, or even scrapping your pictures!

Jenn Allyson offered this free Halloween digital kit. I couldn't find a direct link, so I added it here: halloweenkit2010
Just to be clear, I did not make this kit. But it was a freebie, so I think it safe to pass it along. Please head over to The ProjectGirl.com and thank her if you use it!!
Hope you have a spooky weekend!