Friday, October 28, 2011

Frankenstein Friday

Frankenstein Friday is celebrated every year on the last Friday in October. It was created by actor/comedian Ron MacCloskey in 1997 to honor and celebrate the birth of Dr. Frankenstein and his infamous monster from Mary Shelley's 1818 classic novel, Frankenstein.

Here are some fun ideas for you and your children for Frankenstein Friday.

Coloring Pages 
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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Printable Halloween Fun

Almost at the very moment that September passes the baton to October my heart leaps in anticipation of all that the fall season will bring; cool, crisp air, the orange and gold hues of changing leaves, the spicy, musky smell in the air, and of course, the commencement of the holiday season beginning with Halloween which beckons forth it's joyful brothers - Thanksgiving and Christmas.

The next three months are filled with lots of holidays and events to celebrate. I hope that each of you will be able to wring out every drop of enjoyment to be had and that the holidays will be peaceful, joyful, and loads of fun for you and your families!

Today, I'd like to share with you some of my favorite Halloween printable "finds" from around the web that you might like to utilize as you decorate your homes for Halloween. Much to my brood of sons dismay, I was more of a Halloween "cutsie" lover than a Halloween scary lover and I think that will show in my choices here.

From Family Fun:
Dracula Decoration
There's also:
& Frankenstein's Monster

Halloween Countdown Calendar
from Family Fun  (countdown starts on Oct. 19)                                    

Halloween Countdown Calendar
from Disney Family  (countdown starts on Oct. 19)

Mickey Vampire Candy Box
from Disney Family

Bat Boxes
from Mr. Printables

Halloween Paper Dolls
from Babalisme via ohdeedoh

Halloween Banner ~ Bag Topper ~ Party Invitation ~
Cupcake Toppers from partyplanningcenter.blogspot