"We've Beed Booed!" Printables

LOVE-LOVE-LOVE this time of year and for the past 4 years now we’ve participated in the BOO! that either we or someone else have started! This year I decided to create my own “WE’VE BEEN BOOED!” printable sign.  There are three versions – black and orange, black and pale purple and black and white.  Please be sure to comment and let me know which one you will be using! 

Each file has two pages and should be duplex printed.  The front has the “WE’VE BEEN BOOED” sign and the reverse has the “YOU’VE BEEN BOOED! tag line with DIRECTIONS on what to do.

Not sure what being BOOED! is all about?? Well then click on one of the three links, below, and read page 2.  Super easy and fun!  Enjoy and spread the BOO – even if you start it (and you don’t have to have children to get in on the fun) – it could come back to you!

LINKS:

  1. Black and Orange
  2. Black and Pale Purple
  3. Black & White

 

Here’s a photo of our BOO!s ready for delivery (sans the signs):

Our Boos!

We included things such as Halloween shaped cookie cutters, Halloween themed napkins, a pumpkin carving set, gummy candy, Halloween pencils, skeleton straws and some other little things.  Here’s a peek inside one BOO!:

Inside the BOO!

Please comment and let me know what you think of the Hana Hou BOO! signs and also please share what you include in your BOO!s and how you package – I’m thinking this might be fun to do in December with a Christmas twist!!!

Is there a particular theme you’d like to see for the 2012 BOO! sign?  Feel free to comment on that as well!

 

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