Halloween Pictures, Words & Fonts: A quick resource for the coming season


Halloween Pictures, Words & Fonts: What’s available

The Halloween holiday is a great way to personalise Blogs, Pinterest, T Shirts, cards…well, anything and everything.

Perhaps you are going to be sending out Halloween Cards, party invites or designing posters for events that are taking place near you ?

All of these can be created using the free software, Inkscape, which as many of you know we are great fans of, and we even show you how to use the software in our free tutorials.

On the other hand you may prefer to have your Halloween graphics already created for you. Maybe you’ve decided that a Halloween pumpkin, or funny Halloween pics are just the thing to personalise your blog post or catch the reader’s eye on your Pinterest board.

If this is the case, then we have just the thing for you.

Halloween Graphics Pack

We’ve put together a neat graphics pack containing ghastly ghosts, wicked witches, putrid potions – all thoroughly entertaining and not a bit gory!

Halloween Pics

There’s over 40 of the little critters – all for $7 and you can find out more about what you get by clicking on these Halloween pictures.


Halloween Fonts

In addition to this, you may want some fearsome fonts to add some spice and menace to the proceedings.

There are loads of free fonts to choose from out there – but here’s a small selection that we particularly like.

Halloween Freaky fonts

All these fonts can be found on the Font Space website .

Some of them are pretty scary, but if you don’t want to scare the bejesus out of anyone, JI Pumpkin font is a good all-rounder.

Witchy Words:

I don’t know about you, but we like to get into the spirit (he he) of things when seasonal holidays come around.

Trouble is when you need the ‘right’ words, you can’t always find them, and so we thought we’d give you some help here, with a fabulous post we found from Dawn.

Now, we don’t know Dawn, but she’s put together an A – Z of frightening frases (please do forgive us) that you can use in an advert, a poem, a post (as we have done) or even a song, if the fancy takes you.

Halloween Words

You can find Dawn’s phrases and words at Dawn’s Brain Storm


Do you know of any other useful Halloween resources?

If so, do let us know in the comments below.

Don’t forget, take a look at our Halloween Graphics now by clicking on the link and then we’d love to see where you use them, so do come back and tell us


About The Author

Caroline Jones

I'm Caroline and I look to help small business owners create their own graphics by writing tutorials and tips on graphics editing software. I live in Wales , love Tartan and Coffee Ice Cream. You can read more about me here