Now that my girls are approaching 18 and their trick or treating days are far behind them, I’m finding my desire to decorate for Halloween disappearing faster than Casper the Ghost!
Don’t miss more Halloween decorating ideas over the years HERE when I maxed out the decorations.
Instead of saying that I’m too lazy to deck the Halloween halls, I’m calling it Minimal Halloween Decorating!
I’m here for the boos!
I love sugar skulls that celebrate the Mexican holiday called The Day of the Dead. On November 1 and 2, they believe the souls of deceased loved ones return to visit their families.
My free sugar skull printable has a grinning skull saying cheese for the camera!
Click HERE to Download and Print Sugar Skull Printable
Prints 8 x 10. Use heavy card stock or regular printer paper. Keep black and white or color with your favorite markers or pencils.
For personal use only – not for resale
I’m thinking of setting a Halloween table so we can enjoy a haunted meal.
Oh, and I’ll definitely be raiding the candy bowl!
Ghost Kitchen Towel, Winking Pumpkin, Sugar Skull – HomeGoods