Asked on Oct 08, 2018

Where I can find patterns for make Halloween figures for outside?

by Ana
  6 answers
  • Ruth Ruth on Oct 08, 2018

    Try Pinterest for many ideas

  • Here's the page of Hometalkers decorations - it seems never ending. I started out picking the larger ones for the yard but decided to just give you the link so you can find what you're looking for! LOL Have fun!

    Here's a few:

  • Lucy Marie Bernier Lucy Marie Bernier on Oct 08, 2018

    Google it

  • Krafty Kathy Krafty Kathy on Oct 08, 2018

    You can find free coloring sheets,on line then enlarge them. I use a laptop and projector to do that at work. Remember fair use rules and don't mass print things to sell.

  • Pamela Pamela on Oct 08, 2018

    I always make my own... I get a couple of rolls of craft paper or wrapping paper , roll them out , tape them together, if needed. Then use a pencil to draw out your form , then keep adjusting it , until it looks right . Trace out your final form in sharpie marker so it will be easier to follow the right lines when cutting it out. Cut it out , lay it on the wood, tape it in spots with blue tape or masking tape, trace around your cut out , into the wood. Remove the paper cut out ( save , if you want )

    Use a jig saw to cut the wood. ***TIP*** if I am making something that has arms or legs ( or anything that you will need on each side ) I will sometimes draw it out on a separate piece of paper, cut it out , tape it and trace it where I want it on the figure, then all I have to do is unfair it, and flip it over, then put it on the other side to tape and trace. That way both sides will be symmetrical.

  • Pamela Pamela on Oct 08, 2018

    Ugh I hate predictive text ! Sorry , I didn't ✔