Freebies: Printable Halloween Cards and Gift Tags

Are you ready for the Halloween? With a few more weeks before this holiday, we decided to come up with a freebie bundle composed of free Halloween cards and tags that you can download and print. These free Halloween cards are great for decorating your journals as filler cards. You may also use them as greeting cards or note cards. If you wish, you can use these printable designs as mini invitation cards for your parties this Halloween.

There are four journal and note cards with dimensions of 3×4 inches. These are ideal for journals and scrapbooks such as the Erin Condren Life Planner or the Project Life planners, which make use of pocket pages to organize your memories. These 3×4-inch cards will fit perfectly for these planners.

ABOUT OUR FREE HALLOWEEN CARDS

The free Halloween cards are downloadable as a one-page Adobe PDF file. All you need to do is to download the file (link below the preview image), extract the PDF file from the archived file, open in your computer, print, and then cut. The layout is 8.5×11 inches in size, thus it is best to print them on letter sized paper. It will also fit on A4 size paper without a problem. Below is a preview showing the designs included in this set.

free halloween cards

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PRINTABLE HALLOWEEN TAGS

We are also giving away a set of Halloween-themed gift tags. Aside from gift tags, you may also use these for your party loots and giveaways. There are a total of nine designs in this one-page Adobe PDF file. Simply download, print, and cut. If you wish to use ribbons, simply punch holes and decorate as you wish.

free halloween cards

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TERMS OF USE:
These free Halloween cards and gift tags are free for personal projects only. Please link back to us if you use them. Also, please refrain from making them available for download outside of this site. If you want other people to know about our freebies, please refer them to this post.

IMPORTANT!
The download file is password-protected to prevent hotlinking and discourage people from violating terms of use of our free resources. When prompted for a password, just key in “afd”.

Author: Gisela

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