With being the first day of October, we can begin counting down to Halloween with its parties, cute trick or treaters, bags of sweets, and pricey haunted houses. But it’s also a good idea to get your hands on some Halloween stationery. Why? Because you can find plenty of great ways to use the paper while also keeping with the holiday theme.
Halloween Stationery Fun Ideas
There are plenty of creative ways you can use Halloween stationery. For example, if you’re having a Halloween party, you can save money on the invitations by buying some themed stationery and using it to print off your party details. Although you’ll still need to buy matching envelopes (black, orange, or even purple envelopes work the best), you’ll still keep more of your budget for refreshments and entertainment.
In many neighborhoods, residents like to make up small gift bags for the trick or treaters instead of just dumping a piece of candy into their bucket. After all, Halloween only comes once a year so you might as well be generous, right? Well, you can use the stationery to create messages to include in the treat bags, such as “Happy Halloween from The Smith Family” or “Have a Boo-tiful Halloween Night.” You could even include a few pieces of the stationery as part of the treats.
If you love scrapbooking, then Halloween stationery is definitely something worth checking out. Many of the types available are acid and lignin free which means you can safely add them to your scrapbooks as backgrounds for your Halloween party photos or as spots for captions under pictures of your little ones dressed up for trick or treating.
Of course, you can also use Halloween stationery as a fun way to write notes and letters to your friends, family members, and co-workers.
Halloween Stationery Choices
You’ll find plenty of available stationery choices, but which ones you choose depend on how you plan to use the paper. If you want to use the paper in your scrapbook, then the Ghost Graveyard or the Spooky Friends might be a good choice. Another idea is the Pumpkin Harvest because it can be used for Halloween and any other autumn photos.
For party invitations, you might want Midnight Magic Stationery. Black envelopes would look wonderful with this particular stationery. The Spider Webs Stationery would be great for sending notes or for passing out with the treat bags.
Even if you don’t do a lot of letter writing, your Halloween stationery can be a great way of helping your desk look a little more festive.