This is such a fun time of year. I love fall, even though I always hate to see the summer end, and I love the upcoming Halloween. The decorations are fun and so are the movies. This month’s Monday Movie Challenge is all about the Halloween movies. I chose Hocus Pocus and made some Hocus Pocus Halloween printables.
Monday Movie Challenge
On the last Monday of each month, a group of bloggers participate in a #MovieMondayChallenge, hosted by C’mon Get Crafty! We decide on a topic, genre, or specific movie to use for inspiration and everyone gets free reign to create something wonderful!
This month’s challenge was. . . . HALLOWEEN!!!! Everyone was allowed to choose their own favorite Halloween-themed film for this challenge.
As I mentioned above. I chose Hocus Pocus. I know it is a Disney movie but it is so fun. This little clip is my absolute favorite part of the movie. Enjoy!
Hocus Pocus Halloween Printables
I decided I wanted some fun decor for this one. I found some printables on Designbundles specifically for Hocus Pocus and the Sanderson sisters. So I purchased them and created some Halloween art.
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Materials Needed For Hocus Pocus Halloween Printables
Download from Designbundles- Update – these printables are no longer available with these links. On my purchases it lists SVG Design Shoppe. I searched them in Design Bundles and it looks like they are still an active seller. You may want to message or contact that shop. Maybe she still has them available.
- Sanderson Sisters SVG File – What A Glorious Morning
- Sanderson Sisters SVG File – I Smell Children
Two 8×10 frames- I got mine at the dollar store
Rustoleum Spray Paint
I wanted something really simple that give great results and I think I chose well. I downloaded the files, printed then added them to the frames that had been pre-painted.
This is what they looked like before.
The gold frames were painted black and the white mat was painted with the paprika. I wished the paprika was a little more orange and a little less red but it looks okay. I have some bright orange but I thought this deep orange/red would be a nice change.
The designs were printed on regular printer paper in black then placed in the frames when all of the paint was dry.
I moved my Fabric Windmill temporarily…until after the Holidays. This is prime holiday decor space.
What do you think? I love the silhouette of the hair and the lips. They crack me up.
These files can also be used in the Silhouette and Cricut design space so they can do so much more than just a printable. I think they turned out nice and they look nice on the shelf.
This is such a fun challenge. I love movies and crafts and this joins the two together. It doesn’t get any better than that.
Now let’s see what everyone else was inspired to create for this month’s #MovieMondayChallenge!! If you’d like to join our Facebook group, you can request an invite here.
Thanks so much for stopping by!