Free Printable Spell Book Pages Halloween Prop
I needed a spell book to use as a prop for Halloween this year. I could have bought one, but they start at about $40.00. Yikes… you KNOW how cheap I am! So instead, I decided to design my own spell book pages, and then use an existing book I had to insert the pages, and viola… instant (and free) Halloween prop.
Once I made them I thought, why not make them free for my readers? So here it is!
Here is a photo of the Trunk or Treat segment I did on KTLA News. I used the spell book page for a Harry Potter themed trunk. What do you think? More ideas on this later…
There are two very simple pages with two spells, a truth spell, and a commitment spell, that I designed. I took part of the excerpts from SpellsOfMagic.com.
Purification I do conjure
So that thoughts be spoke,
No be pondered.
Passion so red,
Set to the fire,
Let the truth be said,
As is my desire.
To my lover, dearest he/she
Bound together I wish to be
Eternal love and health I seek
Our future bright and never bleak
Get the Free Printable
I have the printable available in the size pictured here (8” X 10.5”). However, I also realized that you made need a different size to fit the book you want to use. So I am also making each image available so that you can resize and print them on your own. Get them here:
Tips for Creating a Spell Book Halloween Prop
Once you have printed and cut out the pages in the correct size, I have a few tips to execute it properly.
- Print it out on regular printer paper.
- The pages will be stiff when you first print them. Roll the pages back vertically so that they will lay down in your book naturally.
- Tape the two pages together in the back to avoid falling out of the book or popping out of the crease.
- Lay them in an open book opened at the center.
More Halloween Decorating Tips
I am using this for a wizard inspired theme, AKA Harry Potter. I want it to look like a Wizard’s chamber or office. So I will place it on an old podium (you can also use a plant stand too) with a wand laying across the top. I’m also decorating with:
- Stacks of old books
- All sizes of potion bottles
- Glass domes
- Fake Halloween Bones
- Black raven
- Black bird cage
- Jars filled with spooky “ingredients”
- Dark red and black material/fabric
I hope you can use this!
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