Printable Skeleton Paper Cones
I was feeling a little crafty and thought it would be fun to get a head start on Halloween! These skeleton paper cones are so easy to make and can be used for so many things! I’m teaming up today with Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired and a group of talented blogger friends to share over 20 free Halloween printables which you can find at the bottom of this post.
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Skeleton printable printed out on heavy card stock
Small Edible Treat (I used popcorn)
Double Sided Tape
You can download the printable by clicking here or on the picture below.
So easy to make and the kids are sure to love them!
Head over to all of the other blogs on the tour to get more spooky fun Halloween printables!
Flying Bat Cake Topper by Ella Claire | Halloween Labels with Faux Rust by Finding Silver Pennies | Haunted House by My Someday in May | Trick or Treat Tag by Boxwood Avenue | Vintage Inspired Halloween Greetings Postcard by Live Laugh Rowe
Trick or Treat by anderson + grant | Bats- 2 Sizes by So Much Better with Age | Black & White Halloween Cupcake Toppers by Cherished Bliss | Trick or Treat Stickers by Zevy Joy | Soul Taker Drink by My Sweet Savannah
Vintage Crows by Paint Me Pink | Hocus Pocus by Lolly Jane | Halloween Wine Labels by Brooklyn Limestone | Black and White Halloween Gallery Wall by Taryn Whiteaker | Vintage Halloween Treat Bags by Town and Country Living
Halloween Paper Rosettes by Happy Happy Nester | Wizard School Acceptance Letters by Nina Hendrick Design Company | Monster Mash by Clean and Scentsible | Trick or Treat Halloween Banner by The Happy Housie | Happy Halloween Treat Bags by On Sutton Place
Vintage Style Animal Skulls by Twelve on Main | Skeleton Paper Cones by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
My potion bottles from a few years back were super fun to make you can find all the directions in this post.
Thanks so much for stopping in today, have a great week!
This is such a creative idea Kristin! It is an easy way to hand out candy and popcorn.
I love these! What a great idea for any type of Halloween treat!
Thanks Jamie 🙂