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Featured Fonts: Halloween

It’s that time of year again – time to shed your everyday work clothes or jeans and t-shirt in favor of an outrageous or hilarious (and most likely warm, knowing how cold it can get) Halloween costume.

We can’t give you candy for Halloween, so instead we’re treating you to four great Halloween fonts! They’re great for last-minute party decorations, Halloween scrapbook pages, or spooky cards for tonight’s Halloween party host!

VTKS Sabonete

VTKS Sabonete is sort of like Scarface meets Halloween. With a large x-height and a narrow letter width, VTKS Sabonete is an all-caps font that is as tall and lanky as Frankenstein’s monster.

Enter if You Dare!

Turning your house into a haunted mansion this Halloween? VTKS Sabonete is perfect for warning trick-or-treater’s to beware of danger ahead!

Download it here.

A Theme for Murder

A Theme for Murder is a ghostly script font that would look spook-tacular as part of your Halloween scrapbook page or thank-you card!

Something wicked this way comes...

It’s narrow strokes and handwritten look make this cursive font a little difficult to read, so we recommend using it for decorative titles, subtitles, or headings rather than journaling or messages.

Download A Theme for Murder here.

The Unseen

The Unseen is how we imagine a child-ghost would leave a message for the earthly inhabitants of its old home. With letters that are almost as wide as they are tall, The Unseen is ominously easy to read.

Go away...

Try printing and hanging a hair-raising message from your home’s poltergeist as an eerie party decoration. The Unseen is also perfect for scrapbooks and homemade cards!

See The Unseen for yourself here!

Eat, Drink, and Be Scary!

Whether you’re planning to scrapbook tonight’s Halloween memories, throw an out-of-this-world party, or simply thank your party host for their hospitality, these Halloween fonts are as wicked as you can get!

Be safe and have fun this Halloween!

Steph Schinkel

Steph is an avid crafter, DIY enthusiast, and regular contributor to The Paper who loves to handmake all of her cards. Above all else, Steph is a die-hard foodie with a massive sweet tooth and a deep, soul-consuming love for chocolate.