Halloween cards are the perfect way to celebrate this special time of year. Send Halloween postcards to everyone you think will appreciate you getting in touch! Family members, lovers, friends, and co-workers. And your kids, too – they love it!
On a more personal note, few things will help you to get into the festive Halloween mood like checking out fun Halloween greeting cards (or: scary Halloween cards).
In short, we witch you a Happy Halloween and a boo-tiful, fang-tastic night of donning a weird spiky hat or being a spooked, scaredy cat. Gory, ghostly greetings to you, go make your mummy proud by haunting our horrible halls, but please park your brooms and black cats at the door.
(Yes, indeed, the above piece of unique Halloween poetry is unusually well suited for putting on your Halloween invitations – just print out one of the cards on this page, turn it around, add the above Halloween poem (plus time, place, RSVP, etc.) and hey presto! you’ve got your very own free printable halloween invitations!)
Some Printable Vintage Halloween Postcards for You
Here is the first batch of free printable Halloween cards for your viewing and printing pleasure (more will be presented further down the page):
There are so many ideas that you can use for your cards, and you can find lots of them on this site – such as vintage Halloween cards / vintage Halloween postcards and funny Halloween cards. There’s lots to choose from. Also, what you’ll find on this website are other ideas for homemade Halloween cards, and if you don’t find what you need here (unlikely, ha ha) you can find all kinds of printable Halloween cards online and free Halloween cards to download for your use.
All these printable postcards can make it easier for you to get your seasonal greetings out, and they’re quite easy to use:
Pick and choose some printable Halloween cards, put some good quality cardboard-like paper in your printer (only as thick as your printer can handle of course), press print, cut it out and you’re done. Or, you can right-click on the free Halloween greeting cards and save them on your computer so that you can email them to your friends.
What is Halloween, Anyway?
Halloween is a holiday recognized in large parts of the world, though in some countries they call it something else … In Ireland, for example they call it Samhain (which means “the end of summer” or “summer’s end”).
Etymologically speaking the word Halloween comes from All Hallows’ Eve (Evening), and in terms of time Halloween’s Day always falls on the 31st of October. Generally speaking, Halloween is thought of as a time to dress up in weird, scary costumes, play games and pranks, and party. For the children it is trick-or-treat time, as they (dressed up as ghosts, werewolves, vampires, witches and such) go from house to house begging for treats and sweets (i.e. candy and fruit).
Halloween is generally regarded not only as a harvest festival, but also as a time when the co-called ‘veil between worlds’ is thinner than in all other days during the year so that faeries and the souls of the dead and other things (spirits and monsters!) can travel more freely between ‘otherwhere’ and here. In consequence, some people like to visit ‘haunted’ places on this day – the odds of seeing a real, ‘live’ ghost (or some other monster) are supposed to better on Halloween than on any other night of the year.
Not everybody wants to meet ghouls and ghosts, though. In fact, the carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns and dressing up in weird costumes bit probably has its roots in an attempt to look scary enough to ward off evil witches, warlocks, spirits and monsters – if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em, right?
Since we’re generally not very frightened by the idea of ghouls, ghosts, weres and vampires anymore, we do our best to scare ourselves – thus the rather modern tradition of watching spooky horror movies and telling scary stories around a bonfire.
So, now you know a bit more about why witches and warlocks, ghosts and ghouls as well as pirates, werewolves, vampires, faeries and the-monster-of-your-choice are all so popular on Halloween cards. That makes for the perfect cue to present some more free printable Halloween cards …
Even More Free Printable Halloween Greeting Cards for You
Here is the second batch of free printable Halloween postcards for your viewing and printing pleasure (more will be presented further down the page):
Come October 31st it is time to don a cool costume and going to trick-or-treating or, if you’re a bit older, going to a whiz-bang party. If you’re hosting the scary party this year you can use the free printable cards found here to send your harrowing Halloween invitations. Frightening, funny Halloween party invitations are always all the rage.
Just be sure you have picked up some good Halloween recipies and Halloween food ideas first. You’ll want your Halloween appetizers and Halloween snacks to be appropriately horrible, after all, right? And for sure you’ll want to find just the right Halloween punch recipes to mix and spike – just to make sure your night is worrisomely vexing, terribly traumatic and deliberately distressing to everyone who is naive enough to show up.
More Free Printable Halloween Greeting Cards
Here’s a couple of Halloween quotes to get you in the right mood:
Nothing beats a haunted moonlit night on All Hallows Eve … And on this fatal night, at this witching time, the starless sky laments black and unmoving. The somber hues of an ominous, dark forest are suddenly illuminated under the emerging face of the full moon.
~ Kim Elizabeth ~
Auld Daddy Darkness creeps frae his hole,
Black as a blackamoor, blin’ as a mole …
~ James Ferguson ~
Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen,
Voices whisper in the trees, “Tonight is Halloween!”
~ Dexter Kozen ~
Not in the melodramatic mood yet? No problemo. The bard, that is: THE bard, William Shakespeare (1564-1616) had just the proper weird vocabulary to get us in the right menacing mood … just read this prime example of timeless, great Halloween quotes:
A dark Cave. In the middle, a Caldron boiling. Thunder. Enter the three Witches (…)
Fillet of a fenny snake,
In the caldron boil and bake;
Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s sting,
Lizard’s leg, and owlet’s wing,—
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.
Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.
~ William Shakespeare ~ (from: “Macbeth”, act 1)
If THAT spine-chilling piece of petrifying poetry doesn’t get you in the right mood, perhaps nothing will, and so there’s nothing left but to present you with the third and final batch of free printable Halloween cards for your viewing and printing pleasure:
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