Trick-or-Treaters Welcome!

Posted by on September 12, 2011 in crafty, printables | 53 comments

This printable is all for you…because I don’t think they trick-or-treat here.

They have all of the Day of the Dead stuff and it’s pretty dark…don’t think it’s quite as fun or light-hearted as the U.S. Halloween.

This makes me super sad, because Halloween is my birthday and I love, love dressing up and dressing my boys up.

Here we are for my son's first halloween as Dorothy, the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion

We are going to have to figure out a Halloween party for all of our American friends so our kids can still enjoy the holiday.

Print this out and and hang it on your door so all of the little kids know you have lots of candy!

Download PDF printable here.


linked up at Craftaholics Anonymous’ Fall Frenzy and Today’s Creative Blog

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  1. I love it!!Would love for you to share at my Link party “Creative Halloween Ideas”

    • Thanks for the invite, Jeana! I linked up…what great ideas!

  2. It’s great that you organize a way so the kids could still enjoy and celebrate their Halloween. Way to go, Paige! thanks for sharing this printable!

    have a lovely day!


  3. How cute is your little family!!! Such a good costume idea! Thanks for the trick or treat printable! And for sharing it on Fancy This Fridays!!!

  4. Great printout! Thanks so much for posting at the Rhinestone Beagle.

    • Thanks for hosting the link party, Anita! I’m following your blog!

  5. I love your printable, and such a cute family photo. :) Thanks for adding your link to Weekend Bloggy Reading. If you could please add a link back to my party as well, I would appreciate it. Thank you!

    • Thanks for stopping by, Amanda! I enjoyed participating in your link party – I’ve added your button to my list of link parties on my I ♥ link parties page!

  6. How cute! So sorry you don’t get to do Halloween! I am visiting from Momnivore’s Dilemma and I am a new follower! I hope you stop by my Delicately Constructed linky party and share this great project!!
    Hope you have a great weekend!!

  7. I had to share that my birthday is October 30th. I had a few Halloween/Birthday parties growing up. This year is the big one. I’m turning 50!!! I hope you have a wonderful Halloween and Birthday too.

    • Lots of people would say they were sorry that my birthday was Halloween…but I always loved it! I think it’s a fabulous birthday!

  8. That’s adorable, thanks! I think it will make the kids feel so welcome. I am a new follower from the Feature Your Sassy Sites Link Up. Vicky @

  9. Love this! Thanks for sharing! I’m pinning this now!

    • I’m glad you like it! I’m following your blog now…I love the idea of a Halloween advent calendar…I need to get busy and make one!

  10. I love this!!!

    • Thanks, Danielle! Thanks for hosting the link party and I love your blog!

  11. Very fun and friendly! I wish more people saw Halloween this way :) Saw you over at Sassy Sites.

    • Kim, thanks for stopping by! I’m glad you liked the Halloween printable…I love Halloween and think you can make it scary and gross or you can make it fun and family friendly. I just jumped over to your site and I love that wreath made out of the old cable knit sweater! I’m following your blog now!

  12. Thanks for sharing. This will come in handy since our neighborhood doesn’t have tons of trick-or-treaters and it’s hard for the kids to tell which houses participate.

    I’m a new follower. I hop you’ll stop by!

    • Meg, thanks for stopping by! I’m glad the sign will be useful…I stopped by your site and am now following you on Google Friend Connect!

  13. This is so cute. This is a definate decoration for my porch this year. thanks for the free printable !!!

    • Thanks, Kim! I’m glad you like it! I am following your blog now – I love that fall wreath!

  14. Thanks! I pinned this for later!

    • Erin, glad you stopped by! I’m following your blog and entered your magazine giveaway!

  15. Thanks for this cute sign. I printed it, hopefully I won’t lose it and I’ll hang it on my gate for Hallowe’en’s night.

    • Magali, I’m glad you like the printable! I checked out your blog and it’s great!

  16. That is super cute and you all look adorable! I would love to have you link it up with Creative Me Monday at The Southern Institute! It’s the Monday party that’s lasts all week. :) Here’s the link:

    Hope to see you there!

    • Jenny, thanks for stopping by! I linked up this week and I’ll keep linking up in the future. Your site is beautiful…I love, love the design!

  17. LOVE THIS! So cute, thanks for sharing! If you get a chance, I’d love to have you link up at my party at Thanks again!

    • Jessica, thanks for stopping by and inviting me to your link party – I linked up!

  18. Popped over from a linky party and cannot remember which one now! Great blog and super cute kids! Thank you for the printable!

    • Karie,

      Thanks for stopping by! I’m following your blog now!

  19. Great printable! Thanks for sharing! popping by from Sugar Bee! POP ART MINIS

    • Thanks for stopping by! I’m following your blog!

  20. Hi Paige, I’m so glad I ran into your blog. You have such cute printables, great photos and a darling family! I’m your newest follower :-)

    • Thanks for stopping by! I jumped over and checked out your blog – it’s so cute. I am really wishing I could do the Fall Swap, but we can’t get mail where we live in Mexico…so it wouldn’t work…

  21. Thanks for the freebie! I know my readers would love it! I’d love for you to stop by and link up to my Share the Wealth Wednesday Link Party at I’m your newest follower.

    • Thanks, Laura! I’ll definitely be by to link up Wednesday!

  22. Oh you all are so adorable. I just love Halloween. Great printable too. I just shared my first Halloween tutorial for the year.
    I just can’t get enough ideas for this time of year.

    • Thanks, Mindie!

  23. Thanks for this printable….I love it and am turning it into a front door sign! I hope you have a fun Halloween party, I love Halloween too and it would be hard not to dress up and celebrate! Thanks again, I stumbled upon your blog and can’t wait to continue to follow!

    • Thanks for stopping by, Cameron! I’m glad you like the printable and hope it looks great on your door!

  24. Love your costumes–that little cowardly lion is too cute. :)

    • Thanks for stopping by Erin! We were pretty proud of our costumes…last year we did Nemo, a scuba diver and Darla (the red-headed girl from Finding Nemo), but we didn’t get a great picture… I love your blog and am following you on GFC!

      • Oh yay! Thanks so much. :) I love Finding Nemo–it makes me laugh every time.

  25. This is adorable! Thanks for sharing!

    Pam from

    • Thanks for visiting, Pam! I checked out your site and it has so many great ideas. My son would love, love those Scooby snacks…I would just have to explain that not all dog bones are edible (he’s 2).

  26. Paige, thanks for sharing the great sign. I’m going to pin this so I can print it up when I get a chance. I found you at the DIY Showoff.

    • Thanks for stopping by, Sallie! I’m following your blog now on Google Friend Connent!

  27. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing this. I know just the place to put it :-)

    • Thanks for stopping by Jen! I hope it looks great in your house. I jumped over to your site and am following you on GFC. By the way, I love that vintage sewing machine…wish I could just paint mine that color!

  28. We have been living in Germany for the past 3 years and they don’t really celebrate Halloween. It is gaining in popularity though and I get a few trick-or-treaters at our home but I haven’t taken my girls (3 and 4) out yet. I hope to get them into the army post so they can this year since they totally get the idea of trick-or-treating! We usually host a big party everyother year for our friends but this is an off year since my husband is deployed. All that rambling to say that I miss Halloween, too! :-) Cute sign, too!

    • I feel your pain, Shannon…Halloween is such a fun time for kids. I know a lot of people think it is a dark holiday, but I love all of the fun parts of it. Here in Mexico, it still has a lot to do with death, not so much about cute costumes and candy. Hope you find a way to make your Halloween special!

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