Charming Vintage Halloween Printable Garland

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Looking for fun printables for your next Halloween gathering! Grab these Vintage Halloween Printable Garland characters for your next party! For more spooky ideas see my Halloween page. 

Vintage Halloween Free Printables Garland Tutorial

I have always loved the look of Vintage Halloween decorations and they seem to be getting more and more trendy each year. I wanted to make a garland to decorate my mantle for the holiday this year.

So I got busy searching the internet for inspiration from the old pics and graphics that were around when I was a kid. I knew what I wanted but just couldn’t find the right images to make the garland.

After much frustration, I came to the conclusion I had to make them myself if I was going to get what I wanted! And here there are~ These graphics are inspired by vintage Halloween decoration photos but were made by from scratch by me.

You may use these Printables for Personal Use to make crafts, party supplies or whatever. Just please do not alter them or sell anything with them on it. For more info on my Printable Policy see my Disclosure page.

Vintage Halloween Printable Garland


    • Printables
    • White cardstock
    • Fabric tassels
    • 2 yards of black lace
    • Black yarn
    • Glitter, in gold & purple
    • Paint brush & glue

Click the links below to download and print!


Add Glitter to Vintage Cat FREE Printable

Download and print 2 copies each of the Vintage Halloween Printables. Cut them out with sharp scissors.

Gold Glitter Cat Halloween Printable

Apply glue with a paintbrush to accent areas on the faces with glitter. Shake glitter over the area with glue and knock off access.

Free Halloween Cat Printable

Let the glitter dry thoroughly.

FREE Printable Vintage Halloween Pumpkin Cat Witch & Owl

Stretch out your lace and place your Halloween faces out evenly. Tie tassels between each face. See my Fabric Tassel Post for info on how I made those tassels.

Feed the yarn through the lace. Hot glue the yarn to the top back of the Halloween face. And that’s it hang your garland to spooky up your space!

Vintage Cat Witch Pumpkin Owl Halloween Printables



Check out  more of my Halloween Projects~

Wicked Witch Halloween Wreath Paint a Foam Head Tutorial

Wicked Witch Wreath

Skull Wreath #spookyspaces

Halloween Project Gallery


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  1. 8.21.20
    Pamela Perry said:

    thank you for the lovely graphic!

  2. 10.10.18

    Those garland images are just too cute! Love them! I also like how you glued glitter onto the cats ears, etc.


  3. 9.25.17
    hana said:

    thank you!

  4. 9.18.17
    Jane Fink said:

    Wow! I am so glad I found your blog! These re wonderful. Thank you so much!

  5. 8.30.17
    Carole said:

    Thank you for sharing the garland images!

    • 8.30.17
      Kim said:

      Your welcome enjoy!

  6. 10.1.16
    Leslie said:

    This brings back memories of childhood Halloween thankyou?

  7. 10.5.15
    Valerie said:

    Love the cat, this is so so cute!

  8. 10.5.15

    Oh this is adorable! Thanks for the printables.

  9. 10.5.15
    Sherry said:

    This is awesome. Thanks for the printable!

  10. 10.4.15
    gigi said:

    Adorable! I am so making this garland! Thank you for the printables!

  11. 10.3.15
    Kathleen said:

    So cute. I really love touches of vintage. Thank you for linking up to Tips and Tricks. I hope to see you again this week.

  12. 9.30.15
    Erlene said:

    I love this! I’m actually thinking of changing up my Halloween theme to a vintage theme next year. I have a Halloween town set that has a vintage feel and it’s been in storage with my current theme. Will have to pin this for next year :-)

  13. 9.29.15
    Heather Hennessee said:

    So cute! My daughter would love this!

Welcome to Made in a Day, I'm Kim, the home & lifestyle blogger, former wig stylist, floral designer, and now Park Lane Stylist behind the blog. Living seaside in Southern California, my blog is where I share my love of DIY coastal decor, digital art prints, fun fashion DIYs, and great recipes. I also write about my experience as a former wig stylist who now wears a hair topper!