Halloween Greeting Cards – With Halloween Humor and Halloween Monsters
Sending Halloween cards to friends and family as well as receiving these cards is so much fun, and if you don’t already do it, now is the time to start a new tradition !
Halloween this year, as every year, is the 31. Oktober. Read more about Halloween here on Wikipedia, and find your Halloween cards here. Print them and send it – and you are part of a great tradition!
It is easy to make your own cards using clip art and a drawing program on the computer, but if you want it to be even easier than that, take a look at some of the card s with Halloween motives here on this page.
I have made these cards out of old paintings and drawings and Halloween photography, and added some Halloween humor, and I must say that I am quite happy with the result 🙂
These Halloween cards are the size approx 3,5 x 5 inches printed with 200 dpi.
Click the picture you like to have a closer look, or just save it using the download-button. After saving it you just print it.
Scary Halloween Humor:
This card with the old gentleman with his fangs ready and covered with blood – who wouldn’t like to receive a card like that?
Not everyone gets a Halloween greeting from one of the old Halloween vampires.
This next Halloween greeting card is maybe a little too much, with the sweet little girl who seems to have bitten her sweet little kitten. But after all it IS a Halloween card, and Halloween is about being scared, so ……..
One more of the scary Halloween cards, this one with one of the Halloween monsters:
This card is also 3,5 x 5 inches but printed with 300 dpi.
Yet another greeting card with scary Halloween humor:
A skull with eyes popping out, wishing you a happy Halloween.
Size printed with 300 dpi can be 4 x 5,5 inches.
This Halloween greeting card with the blue goblin head wishing you a Happy Halloween will be one more of the cards with Halloween monsters
The size of this card, printed with 300 dpi, should be approx. 4 x 5,5 inches.
I really like this next card for Halloween. It’s funny and scary, everything a Happy Halloween card should be.
The last of the scary Halloween monsters cards for now, but this one is also very, very scary, so don’t send it to a child, please.
This next is quite different, because here comes a Happy Halloween card with a really funny text:
(Yes, I DO know I don’t look scary, but all the Vampire Queen costumes and the witch costumes were rented so what was I to do?)”
A Halloween card for kids and the young at heart.
A card with a small boy together with a laughing Halloween pumpkin, and the moon is also having fun.
This is again a card about Halloween magic:
“If you can see in your candle bright the witch’s face – ’tis Halloween night”
Here is a very cute poem for Halloween:
“There’s a goblin at my window, a monster by my door.
The pumpkin at my table keeps on smiling more and more.
There’s a ghost who haunts my bedroom, a witch whose face i green.
They used to be my family till they dressed for Halloween.”
~ Sandra Liatsos
One more Halloween card:
The text here says:
The Hallowe’en Lantern.
“At twelve o’clock you must be ready
and hold your pumpkin good and steady,
for by it’s rays of candle light
on Hallowe’en all things are bright!”
Two Halloween poems:
“Hold your candle steady
and keep a sharp lookout
For back among the shadows
you’ll see goblins peeping out.”
“May Jack-o-lanterns burning bright
of soft and golden hue
pierce through the future’s veil and show
what fate now holds for you.”
A Halloween card with only Halloween as text, but with a Halloween skeleton carrying a pumpkin head, near a graveyard at full moon.
A vintage Halloween card with a very short text, the greeting:
Here you find the motive with a woman looking into the mirror Halloween night, with a candle, to see her future husband.
The ghost is floating above in the smoke from the other candle, and you see the apples.
Have a bootiful Halloween !
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