Vintage Halloween Embroidery Printables

Vintage Halloween Embroidery

On Monday I shared my Tomb Sweet Tomb Mantel, which is all designed around some fun Vintage Halloween Embroidery Printables! This Tomb Sweet Tomb stitchery and the Cameo Couple are so fun and I love the spooky style they give the mantel!

I have been in love with the Tomb Sweet Tomb stitchery that lives in the hallway of the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland. It’s so fabulous and scary.
Mine is a little simpler version – since I didn’t want to cross stitch an entire sampler just for Halloween. Call me a slacker.

Tomb Sweet Tomb Embroidery (2)

It is a simple piece to stitch! I’ve designed a pattern for you that is printed on fabric with your inkjet printer. The damask pattern and stitching lines are printed right onto the fabric. I used cross stitch for the letters, and back stitch for all the swoops and outlines.

My frame is an 8 x 10 oval but it would fit in any 8 x 10 frame.

Tomb Sweet Tomb Stitching

The damask and lines are all printed onto the fabric, so it is very easy to do! No tracing and counting stitches. In fact, the graphic would be a great printable too!

You could just download the pattern, print it, and pop it in a frame! Boom. Easy Halloween decoration.


Here is the PDF for the Tomb Sweet Tomb design.

Our Cameo Couple are designed the same way. They are sized at 5″ x 7″ and fabric printed designs as well. Mrs. Cameo is a past Halloween Project. You can click here for her pattern, as well as instructions on how to print on fabric.

Halloween Cameo Embroidery

Mrs. Cameo Instructions and Pattern.

This year I wanted to create a Mr. Cameo – she really needed a friend. I flipped the image and designed a dapper gentleman skeleton for her.

He is embroidered entirely with a back stitch. Easy and quick!

Halloween Cameo

Mr. Cameo Skeleton Pattern.

Oh so handsome. Sort of.

These images can also be used as printables – they are all ready to go!

Halloween Embroidery

I hope you like them! Here’s a view of the mantel with them all decked out for Halloween.

Tomb Sweet Tomb Halloween Mantel

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  • Reply October 16, 2013


    Your mantel is adorable. i love how you hung all the pics. off kilter.

  • Reply October 16, 2013


    What a fun prinable! I love this whole project. How fun!

  • You’re so creative and generous, Bev!! I just love the Tomb Sweet Tomb. Awesome!

  • Those are so cute!!

  • Reply October 22, 2013

    Alexis @ Persia Lou

    These are amazing! You are so, so talented.

  • Reply October 23, 2013

    Holly Lefevre

    Bev – Love this so much! The Haunted House is my FAVORITE ride at Disneyland and I never get to go on it because my kids hate it…and I love that this reminds me of it.

  • Reply October 23, 2013


    Oh my gosh! I HAVE to make these!

  • Reply September 15, 2014

    Jeff Baham

    These are wonderful. I think I’m going to feature them on the next episode of my DoomBuggies Spook Show podcast. Thanks for sharing such fun designs!

  • Ahhhhh I love these! Getting out my embroidery floss now… ;P

    If you felt like it, I would love to have you come link up at the Free and Fun Friday blog party I host each weekend… it just went live!

    Found you via Friday Flash blog party. :)

  • Reply October 2, 2015

    Kathleen Berlew

    These are great–pretty and creepy!

  • Reply October 3, 2015


    Those are adorable!!! What a great way to decorate for Halloween! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty

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