This page contains free Monster coloring pages that you can download and print or save to your computer. Your kids can color the line art on the computer in a graphic editing program or if printed they become a home made coloring book. Create your own monsters coloring book for free with the images on this page. If your kids love to color, printing coloring pages that they like from the internet is a great way to keep them entertained. And if they love to use the computer and are budding graphic designers, giving your child free line art monster drawing to practice coloring will give him or her a head start in their future career. You can also save the PNG images and use the pictures as monster clipart.
Choose from any of the cute monster images that I have created below!
Clicking on the image will take you to my picasa web album in order to save a larger file to your computer.
The next monster coloring page is a sleepy monster with spots on his body and eyes like a snail at the tops of a pair of tentacles. Click on the image and you can save a larger sized version by downloading from my Picasa web album.
The Monster King
All of the coloring pages that I have created are formatted to fit on Letter Sized 8.5×11 inch paper in the United States. This monster king has a chevron pattern that can be colored with different color crayons.
I created these ghost pop-up book as a cute Halloween centerpiece on my table. You can take an old book page and draw ghost shapes on two pages. I did them freehand, but you can use the below free ghost pattern printable if you would like a stencil or pattern to trace.
Then cut out the ghosts and draw some eyes or facial expressions with black marker. You could also punch holes for eyes. Finally create a pile of books with one open in the middle and tape your ghosts up onto the pages using a thin strip of card stock, cardboard or thick paper in the back to prop them up from behind.
There are tons of free printable thank you cards online that you can print over and over again at home on your printer with card stock from a local craft store. Did your family just throw a party or shower for you, or did you just have a big event like a wedding or graduation and need to send out a bunch of thank you cards? Or if you are creative you can customize them in a graphic program to make your own personalized cards. It is becoming something rare to actually send hand written note cards in the mail these days. It is always a surprise when I find something other than a bill in my mailbox. Carry on the tradition of mailing a hand written greeting card when you want to express your appreciation to someone for something nice they did or a gift you’ve received.
Instructions for printing your free printable thank you cards
Step by step
1.) Save, Download or View one of the PDF files from this page.
2.) The printable PDF file that contains an image that will create two cards when printed on regular 8.5×11 Letter Sized paper or card stock. PDF stands for Portable Document Format and you can view this type of files with a free Adobe Reader.
3.) PRINTING – Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat Reader (or any PDF viewer) you will need to change your print settings so that part of the card does not get cut off. Choose one of these two options:
a.) BORDERLESS – if you printer can do borderless printing (meaning there is no white edge around the outside and it will print the design to the edge of the paper). Then select: “Actual Size” or Page Scaling: None so it should print the cards to the edge of your paper.
b.) PRINTERS THAT HAVE AN UNPRINTABLE AREA – if your printer cannot do borderless prints, then you will have a white edge of anywhere from 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch around the edges of your card. You can trim this off with a paper cutter for designs that go to the edge of your paper, or designs that have a white background you will just have extra white space around the edge. I make all my designs taking into account a 1/4 margin for printing. You can choose FIT to PAGE if it looks like part of the design will be cut off.
4.) Cut your page down the middle at exactly 5.5 inches.
5.) Score your cards in the middle at 4.25 inches and fold in half.
6.) You will then have created two thank you cards measuring 5.5 x 4.25 inches each.
Notes: Templates do not have score or cut lines, those are shown on the image as examples only. Use a paper cutter or ruler to measure where to cut your cards, or you can also fold the paper in half to create a guideline for cutting with scissors.
The following is a list of events and occasions when people typically send out thank you cards. A typical rule of thumb is if you received a gift and did not give one in return (unlike during the holidays) a thank you card is probably expected. It is acceptable, but not mandatory to send thank you cards during Birthdays if you typically send the persona a gift also, however if you do not send a gift to a person who sends you one, then a thank you card would be a small sentiment to send.
1. Weddings – Probably the most common event that thank you cards are required.
2. Bridal Showers – You should send separate cards for the gifts received here and separate for the wedding itself.
3. Baby Showers – Could wait until after the child is born and include birth photos.
4. Graduations – Update family what the new graduate plans to do after high school or college.
5. Unexpected or Surprise Gifts – Only if the person is not an immediate family member.
6. Job Interviews – After a Job Interview to the person who interviewed you as a good reminder and follow up.
7. To a business contact when they have sent you a gift (this is not necessary during the holidays when
you have exchanged gifts).
8. After staying at someone’s home for free or for an extended period of time.
9. When you receive a gift in the mail since the person was not there to be thanked in person.
Saying the words “thank you” come naturally to some, whereas others may have trouble showing their gratitude. But regardless of the situation, this affirmation can have a big impact on the recipient.
Using the free download you can either cut out the full shape and use to trace and outline onto paper as a stencil, or use the half shape on folded paper to double cut out the shape in half the time.
Continue reading for full tutorial below:
How to make a paper butterfly
Using the template shape
Using 2-4 pieces of tissue paper folded in half, line up the half shape of the butterfly outline along your fold. Cut out along the edge of the butterfly shape – DO NOT CUT THE FOLD. Unfold and you will now have a complete butterfly shape. Crease the wings on either side for added dimension. You can use the same color tissue paper or mix and match different ones such as pink, red, and purple or match to your parties colors.
Attach to floral wire picks to insert into flower arrangements. If you place your tissue paper butterfly on strings you can take them outside during a gentle breeze and they will flap their wings like the real insects. The graceful movements will mimic that of a real butterfly.
Tissue Paper Butterflies
You can use these tissue paper butterflies to decorate silk flower bouquets at baby showers, weddings, or any other parties or events. They look light and airy. Just attach with flower picks, or you can also use tape, pins, or a hot glue gun if outdoors.
Single page free printable 2014 calendar in black and white design. It’s one sheet for the entire year and will print on to standard size paper. If you like modern and bold black and white stripes you will enjoy this design. You can print from any home printer and make as many copies as you need for the year. I like to have a full year calendar hanging at my computer desk for business use so that you can easily see dates that are several months in advance. It provides a good overview. Each row alternates from black to white for easy reading. The weeks run from Sunday to Saturday.