You’ll love these FREE Halloween Printables: Halloween Lunch Notes from Creative Contributor, Marlynn. Printable Halloween lunch box notes are a great way to add some fun and excitement to your child’s lunch for one of their favorite holiday events!
Sure, Halloween can be spooky, scary, and ghoulish, but for many little ones, it’s still a fun and silly time. I love that my kids are still young enough to enjoy dressing up in non-gory costumes and that they still choose innocent fun over the nightmarish fright.
A few years ago, I designed a set of Lunchbox Love Notes, small little notes with encouraging sayings on them, that I placed in my own kids’ lunch boxes, and then offered free printables to share. I then designed some Silly School Slips that were similar to the Lunchbox Love Notes, but instead of encouraging statements, they had fun little child-friendly jokes on them that could bring smiles to their day. So this year, I thought it would be fun to design something similar, but specifically for Halloween!
Free Halloween Printable: Halloween Lunch Laughs
For the younger set who still enjoy little love notes in their lunchbox from Mom or Dad, I’ve designed a set of Halloween Lunch Laughs: a free printable full of Halloween jokes that are appropriate for little ghosts and goblins.
There are six different kid-friendly jokes on orange and black patterned cards.
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How To Make Free Halloween Printable Lunch Box Notes
You’ll need the following supplies:
- Inkjet Printer
- White Cardstock – although regular printer paper will work in a pinch.
- Paper trimmer or scissors
- Downloaded Halloween Lunch Box Notes file found in The Printable Vault.
- Download the file to your desktop.
- Print out onto thick white cardstock paper.
- Cut out around the edges of each card. I use a paper trimmer and a rounded edge corner punch, but you could also use plain old scissors.
That’s it! Super simple, and it’s FREE!
I wanted to include jokes that were silly but not too complicated so that little ones would get them right away but still find them funny enough to make them smile.
I can’t wait to put these in my kids’ lunchboxes during the week leading up to Halloween! Now, I’m off to put together some Halloween goody bags for my youngest child’s class party.
I hope you and your families all enjoy a very Happy Halloween!