Happy Friday the 13th!
It seems fitting that today’s post is a roundup of the 8 best Halloween cards, am I right? And did you know that there’s a phobia called paraskavedekatriaphobia, which is a fear of Friday the 13th?!
But before we get to the 8 best Halloween cards, for all you planner lovers, make sure to mark your calendars for October 27th, when the Planner Pop-up Shop launches. Get on the list for sneak peeks, first dibs and special discounts for planner VIPs.
Halloween was so much fun as a child. I made it on the front page of our local paper for my costume as Annie. My mom hand crocheted the red wig and made my red dress with the white collar. Like completely handmade from a pattern. Thanks Mom!
The last time I dressed up was in college and I was Carrie, with a blue dress I found at the used clothing shop and fake blood all over my hair, face and dress. It was awesome…I haven’t celebrated Halloween in a very long time and because we live at the top of a valley, no one comes to our house for trick or treating, because of our long and steep driveway.
But I still enjoy the holiday, and for those of you who still dress up or pass out candy, here are some spooktacular cards (#sorrynotsorry).
Isn’t this Sugar Paper letterpress cat mask gorgeous? It’s printed by hand on an antique press and includes a white grosgrain ribbon and letterpress polka dot insert card. Such beautiful details.
This is such a fun card from Band of Weirdos for a spouse or partner.
Trick or treating costumed raccoons? Definitely a yes for me. This card from Ghost Academy is printed using block printing, which means that the design is painstakingly carved into a block of linoleum and then hand inked, resulting in a unique print with variations.
This Rifle Paper Co. card is beautiful and so seasonally appropriate too.
As a fan of Stephen King, horror movies and Kubrik’s movie version (not the terrible TV movie), this Shining Bunnies card from Dear Hancock is #winning.
This is such a cute card from Wild Ink Press, and who doesn’t love a good pirate pun?
This hand-drawn illustrated card from Mr. Boddington has all the trifecta of Halloween: black cats, pumpkins and candy.
Lastly, you can’t have Halloween without a witch. The E. Frances Pumpkin Witch watercolor card with a touch of gold foil doesn’t disappoint.
What’s your favorite card and who would you send it too? And what was your favorite costume (as a child or an adult)? Share in the comments below!
Planner lovers, make sure to mark your calendars for October 27th, when the Planner Pop-up Shop launches. Get on the list for sneak peeks, first dibs and special discounts for planner VIPs only.