Book Page BOO Banner {Printable}

Two Halloween printables in two weeks? What???

Yes, its true. I have yet another Halloween printable for you this week. What can I say? They are super fun to create!

I think you’ll love how spooky this BOO banner is, and you don’t even have to destroy a book to make it.

Plus you’re getting a little sneak peek of my Halloween mantel!

The banner is 6 sheets of spooky images on creepy Halloween dictionary pages.

Each page is 4 x 6″. You can cut the bottom to look like bunting or leave them as rectangular sheets.

I rubbed the edges with black ink and strung the pages together with itty bitty black ric rac.

Click here to save the files directly to your computer: Sheet 1, Sheet 2, Sheet 3

The pages will print on 8.5 x 11″ paper. For best results print on cardstock.

The BOO banner is perfectly spooky and looks great with my spider web doily bunting!
Where would you hang it?


My Repurposed Life, 30 Days, Tatertots & Jello, and other great parties found on my party page.



  1. says

    This printable banner is so cool! I love that you put it on old dictionary paper to make it a little more spooky. I can’t wait to see the rest of your mantel 🙂

  2. Megan says

    This is amazing! I’m throwing a costume party and this goes perfectly with the decor in my home! however, for some reason I am not able to download any of the images…is there something I can do to get these images?? Thank you!

  3. Samantha says

    Hi, this looks sooo cool…the fact am a librarian doesn’t make me biased lol. However, the download link didn’t work for me 🙁

  4. says

    What a fun and adorable banner! Thank you for sharing your printable… I love the cute embellishments accompanying each page.: ) And inking the edges adds the perfect touch! xoxo

  5. says

    Completely scary in all its greatness this banner of yours. Loving the possibilities of using book pages as back drops for banners.Thinking that teachers would love this too for classrooms or in libraries. Visiting via ‘take-a-look-tuesdays’ link up from over at where I get crazy excited over all things to do with the written word and letter writing.


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