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Halloween Stencils

edited 1 February 2016 at 1:28PM in Freebies (no spend required)
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jacktylerjacktyler
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edited 1 February 2016 at 1:28PM in Freebies (no spend required)
MoneySavingExpert Insert:

The original stencils are no longer available but these ones are: [URL="[URL]https://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/halloween/fun-stuff.aspx[/URL]"]Hersheys stencils[/URL]

Back to jacktyler's original post...


these templates are produced in association with the world wildlife fund and HP.


pumpkins.jpg


here are some more i've found:

from hershey: https://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/halloween/fun-stuff.aspx


[purplesignup][/purplesignup]

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  • Thank you Jack...:beer: Great post...:T

    Great cause too.
    ................................... MSE MARTIN LEWIS ... :A ... THANK YOU.......................
  • thanks jacktyler, they are lovely. We are away this year on Halloween and I wanted to do some nice ones to put outside the Caravan.

    And my little Halloween baby (5yrs now so not such a baby) will love them.

    Thanks for sharing another great find!!

    x
    :D:D:D:D:D
    Where's the Coffee?? Show me the Coffee NOW!!
  • great finds, thanks. :beer:
    started comping may 2008 - what a great community! bless all the op's! :T :T

  • Thank you!! last year my son (with some help! lol) did a pumpkin carving of a wolf howling at the moon - turned out fab!

    The WWF recommends for the tiger using the following tools:

    * Scissors or X-ACTO knife
    * Cutting mat (optional)
    * Tape
    * Awl or pen
    * Knife or pumpkin carving tool

    Can I just say that based on last year's pumpkin stencil, which was tricky with fine detail, a long-handled x-acto type knife is crucial and a multi-tooled 'handyman'/'leatherman' is just the job for having an awl, scribe, blade all to hand... Aldi's had a cheap replica multi-tool for a fiver last year...
    Still waiting for Dyson to bring out a ride-on hoover...
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  • 2 weeks running in Martins weekly email...:T

    Well done huns, you deserve it...:j Very valued forum member.
    ................................... MSE MARTIN LEWIS ... :A ... THANK YOU.......................
  • The instructions are brilliant too. :j
  • thanks jack. i shall have a go on my mangel-wurzels ;)
    If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all :)
  • what a fantastic web site Thanks
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