My Truth Monday - Creepy Edition

Denise is back with My Truth Monday!  This week, it's all things creepy.

In the spirit of Halloween, I have some free printables for you!

These are the goody bag toppers I made for my daughter's preschool class.  I shared a pic on Instagram here:

In the bags, I put some Hawaiian animal crackers, organic fruit snacks, a fun-size Starburst, an organic lollypop, a plastic spider ring, and a reflective Halloween sticker.  I hope the kids all love the goodies!

If you can use these toppers, as well, I've uploaded them to Google Drive for you!
There are two versions.  One with the little heart to write your child's name (or yours!)
One without the heart.

There are also ones with a boy instead of a girl! :)

Next up, I have some awards for you!  I went to a pumpkin carving/chili-making/costume party this past weekend and made these awards.  I figured, some of you might be having contests at school among the teachers or even this upcoming weekend.  I hope you can use them!

What do you think is creepy?


  1. Hey there! I found you through Denise's linky :)
    My hubby LOVES The Walking Dead, so I watch it sometimes. Otherwise, I don't do scary movies or shows..
    I hate cockroaches too, but I can't handle the crunchy sound when you stomp them, so I won't even do that. I make someone else kill them - like one of my 3rd graders :)

    The Fabulous Life of an Elementary Teacher

  2. Thank you so much for the labels. I bought some Halloween Oreo cookies for my Library Tech Club kids and this will be perfect for the snack bags that I put them in. Aloha, Annette

  3. LOVE the Walking Dead too! And I know how you feel about the roaches!!! They are the WORST!!!

    Sailing into Second

  4. Agree on The Walking Dead, I feel like I have to hold my breath during the whole episode!! And I LOVE your labels!! I thought of making some for my son's Mother's Day Out class, but he is still in the 0-2 year class and they would just eat maybe in another year or two! Ha! :)

    Teachin' Little Texans