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As I’ve already said this week, I’ve been enthralled with ghosts and witches since I can remember. I started watching scary movies at a far younger age than I probably ever should have. But I turned out alright. 😉
One of my favorite Halloween movies as a small child was Double Double Toil and Trouble, with yes, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Now, I’m not a Mary Kate and Ashley fan really, but the whole storyline of that movie with Sophia being trapped by her evil twin, Agatha in the mirror just reeled me.
And while it was Shakespeare’s witches who first coined the Double Double Toil and Trouble line, it was first introduced to me by that movie.
And every Halloween when I take out my witch’s hat to hand out candy in, it’s that line that I say over and over again.
So I decided it was finally time to hang it on the wall.
How to Get the Double Double Toil and Trouble Free Printable
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Tips for Printing and Hanging the Double Double Toil and Trouble Printable
This piece is made to be printed out on a piece of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper. I suggest using card stock.
You will probably have a small amount of white around the edges of the print. Just cut that off if you don’t like it. I left mine because it was going on a white mat and frame anyway, so you can’t tell too much and also, I don’t have the ability to cut a straight line.
I opted to tape my printable to the outside of a frame that already had a piece of art in it. Since it’s for Halloween, it’s only going to be out for a month, so I didn’t see a reason to totally frame it behind glass for that month. If you do want to frame it in an 8×10 frame, then just scale the print down to where it is centered on your sheet of paper before centering it. This will leave more white space.
This is also the year the Circus will be introduced to Double Double Toil and Trouble. So far, she’s loved all the other classics I’ve made her watch, so I have high hopes for this one too. 😉
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