DIY Halloween Window Silhouette Templates
Hi Guys, it’s Emily here. If you’re in need of some quick and easy last minute Halloween Decor, then these DIY Halloween window silhouettes Templates, should be just the thing! Window Silhouettes have always been a go-to decoration for this Fall holiday. They’re easy to make, cost next to nothing, and have a really neat look to them.
I was trying to learn how to create vectors on my computer this week. As I was hand tracing some antique images I found on this site, I realized that I was creating some really fun images that would be great to put in a window for Halloween. So, I traced some more with my mouse (I really tried to keep the lines from looking too shaky – but I’m learning) and created some printable silhouette templates for you.
All you need to do is print these out on white paper and then hold (or tape) a piece of black card stock to your printout. Just cut out the silhouettes and you have your own reusable window decor! It’s such a great fun look for your home. These are a great quick and easy Halloween DIY project and they are super inexpensive too.
If you’d like larger or smaller sizes, you can just use a copier to enlarge or reduce the images to your desired size.
Be sure to click on the words after each image to download the PDF templates below.
CLICK HERE to download the Vulture Silhouette PDF
CLICK HERE to download the Raven & Rat Silhouettes PDF
CLICK HERE to download the Crow Silhouette PDF
If you’re interested in working with the original images I used for this project, you can find the antique Vulture, Raven, Rat, and Crow images here on The Graphics Fairy site.
Oh, and if you like the look of a white background to really make the silhouettes pop, I just use a roll of newsprint paper (rolls of butcher paper are great too) to line the window after I’ve positioned my silhouettes. It provides some nice contrast to the images and gives you a little privacy too, in case your neighbors want to take a closer look!
I hope you enjoyed these DIY Halloween Window Silhouette Templates and that you are able to use them in your Halloween Decor. I think they are fun, without being too spooky. And you can’t beat the price! If you use these on your home, please upload a photo to your Instagram account and use the hashtag #graphicsfairy so that we can all oooh and aaah over them! We always love seeing what you guys make. You might also like our Scary Pumpkin Carving Patterns HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today … have a safe and Happy Halloween!
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Yolande Bergeron says
For all those free printable of which I enjoy downloding them.
Also, all your free technique and ideas.
Merci- Thank you
Karen Watson says
Merci Yolande for the lovely comment!
Angela Hoynes says
Thank you for these
You are kindly welcome Angela 🙂
Thank you so very much for sharing. We don’t have children at home and we live in the country, so no trick or treaters ~ but I think they would be cool just for us!! :o)
Thanks Mona, enjoy!
Deonna B says
I can’t wait to use these! Thank you so much!
Thanks for sharing. These are great!!
Love this. I can’t seem to find it in the article but what is the black mesh cloth that is hanging at the top of the window?
Janet T says
It looks like a loosely woven cheesecloth. Cheesecloth is very cheap and comes in different sized weaves. It is all cotton so it dyes very easily.
Heather – It’s actually just inexpensive cloth netting I got at the dollar store. Janet is totally right, you can just use cheesecloth and dye it with coffee or tea & pull it apart in spots to get the same look.
Candy S says
Love your graphics! I am so impressed. I found you through Pinterest. I am now a devoted follower. Thanks so much! …..Candy
Veronica Neff says
These are to COOL! I was looking for something to put our shop’s windows for a special Halloween event we’re having, think I found it:)
Thank you so much!
thanks it’s so wonderfull
Your window is wonderful. Do u think u could just come and do my whole house with all your great ideals .LOL Thank you 4 templates
I wonder if you could print directly onto black construction paper? Maybe in a colored ink. It might just show up enough to give you and outline to follow. I love the effect in your window, with the black fabric behind them!
How very clever of you! I am mightily impressed with these, thank you so much for sharing them. I just saved them as images & will most likely use them as stencils in my art journalling. Brilliant. Thank you again :0) Mo
Gunnvor Karita says
Thanks Karen, love the idea 🙂 I have one of those old window frames with no windows, think maybe I should put silhouttes in that, and hang the whole shabam in my large livingroom window! I’m sure I could replace the decor for something christmassy later 😀
Stefani Hunt says
Thank you so much for sharing these! Love them! x
Donna Jacobs says
Thanks, for the terrific Halloween graphics…love them 🙂
Bonita Lyon says
Thank you for the great templates! I love your stuff!!