The itsy bitsy spider is not so scary. Try your hand at drawing this Halloween fun spider scene. Click on the practice drawing grid and print out a sheet or two. Use pencil at first to fill in the grid following the lines where the drawing is placed. Then use a fine line marker to darken your final sketch.Use this Spider pattern for all your seasonal crafting needs.
It’s Fall — Time to Get Crafting!
Since Halloween will be here before we know it, take a look at some fun witch, ghost, and pumpkin patterns. And if you’re not into Halloween, skip the spooks and stick with the gorgeous array of colorful Autumn leaves patterns as inspiration. Follow my Pinterest board to get more ideas.
Start by collecting your arts & crafts materials. Time to open up the craft studio and bring down the box of supplies. Dust off your jigsaw and pull out the scissors, archival papers, fabrics and yarns to accent your designs. Fall crafts are great for the stay at home mom or to do as a whole family!
Practice drawing sheet for sketching a lighthouse
It’s the end of summer — the weather is getting crisper. As you’re beginning to see the long winter looming ahead, let’s beat the doldrums with some fall crafts to sell or give as gifts. (*Hint, Hint* Craft show season is now, don’t get caught the week before your booth display saying, “What to do?!”)
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use this template to learn how to draw a butterfly
Click on the grid and print to try a hand at sharpening your drawing skills.
You can also use this craft pattern for:
Cross stitch designs
Kids crafts & much more
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This is a fun scare for your Halloween trick or treat. Great for a holiday wall hanging. Cut the Halloween shapes from stiff cardboard or various thicknesses of wood. Use acrylic paints to finish and string or jute rope to attach and hang.
Free Halloween ghost – bat – skeleton craft project
free pumpkin & crow pdf cross stitch pattern
Image Copyright 2014 Followthemoonart.comOutline of Halloween pumpkins to
click on, print and then color, paint, or stitch.
To paint this Halloween design on artist canvas, try feeding a cut sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ artist canvas through your printer using the craft pumpkin outline. You can get this canvas on a roll. The sheet should print the outline. Just use artist acrylic paints and paint your own Halloween pumpkin painting. Frame your art masterpiece when you are done.
Free Halloween cross stitch pattern.
Click Halloween link below to get free cross stitch pumpkin
DMC ~ 30 colors. Size 11 x 14
Free pumpkin & crow pdf cross stitch pattern
Friendly Halloween Ghost and Pumpkin outline craft pattern
Use this Halloween pattern for scroll saw cutting, coloring, stitchery & more.
Click on the image and print onto regular or watercolor paper to color.
Cross stitch pattern
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Paint a pumpkin on wood ornament
instructions on how to:Print out this pumpkin pattern outline and transfer
it to a smooth piece of wood. Use acrylic paints to paint the Halloween scene.
Cross Stitch Pattern available
Study of a lifeguard on the beach with parasailers in the sky.
Craft Pattern for Painting or Coloring
Waves are crashing and there is a person walking along the beach. In the distance is a beautiful village on-top a rocky hill overlooking the ocean. Print the outline of the beach pattern onto plain paper to color with crayons or colored pencils.
The image below are waves on the beach shore with the reflection of the sun. Click on the outline pattern to make larger.
Print the outline onto 90 lb watercolor paper and try your
hand at painting these summer images with watercolors or acrylic paints.
Watercolor outline study of Child with Pail on the beach waves and ocean Click on the image to print then transfer to a 90lb watercolor sheet or artist canvas. Paint with acrylic paints or watercolors. Other options would be to print onto card stock or regular copy paper and use colored pencils or crayons to color.