If you want free party invitations to print at home, you might like this printable Halloween party invitation. All you have to do is download and print them and then roll them up to seal them. They’re super-easy. The hardest part is deciding who to invite to your spook-tacular Halloween bash!
DIY Halloween invitations are way better than a boring text message or phone call. There’s nothing wrong with getting into the seasonal spooky spirit ahead of the actual day. A readymade printable Halloween party invitation only has to be printed out and written on!
What You Need to Make Free Party Invitations
You could make really basic party invitations with simply some pens and paper, but it’s so much easier to make DIY Halloween invitations with a printer.
As well as your printer, you’ll need ink, paper, labels or sticky paper, film labels, scissors, a marker, and an acrylic marker. A cutting map, ruler, bone folder, knife, and stamps are optional.
How to Make These Free Printable Halloween Invitations
Once you’re ready to make your printable Halloween party invitations, you can go ahead and download and print them. For the best results, have the quality set to ‘best’ and make sure your printer will make them the actual size rather than scaled down. These might or might not be your default settings, so just check if you aren’t sure. Then print them out.
The address labels you can also print at home. Use printer labels or similar. The next step is scoring between the fold lines of the illustrations with a knife or bone folder then cut them.
Use a chalk or acrylic paint marker to write in the blanks, then fold the free party invitations in half. Stick them with washi tape. I love this Halloween themed washi tape!
Once you’ve folded each of the free Halloween party invitations in on both sides and up from the bottom, it will look like an envelope. Then you can stick your printed labels on there, add stamps (if need be) and send them out!
5 Tips for the Best DIY Halloween Invitations
- Make sure you have all the materials to hand before you begin. You might need to order washi tape, sticker paper or some of the other items. And check you’re not running low on printer ink.
- Make sure your printer is set to print actual size and on best quality.
- You can score the invitations with a detail knife or X-Acto knife. If you don’t have one of those, you can use scissors or any other sharp knife.
- Make sure you send these out in plenty of time, so people have time to RSVP!
- Since most of the print at home invitation is in black and white, you can print in black and white if you don’t have colour ink. It won’t matter much if the spider at the top is blue or gray. However, bear in mind some printers (mine included!) refuse to print in black and white if the colour inks have run out. And vice versa!
These free printable Halloween party invitations are so adorable and so easy to make, too.
Time to Plan Your Halloween Party
These print at home free party invitations are only step one of your Halloween party planning. You’re also going to need to plan the event itself. You will have a rough idea of who will and won’t come before you even download and print the invitations.
If you’re having more than a handful of people over, it’s going to be easiest to have a buffet. There are lots of Halloween snacks you can make ahead, such as mummy stromboli, Snickers mummy treats and Halloween pizza.
As for the drinks, adults beverages to consider include black magic rum cocktails and coconut rum shots that glow in the dark!
Halloween is a holiday you can have a lot of fun with, and it appeals to all ages. If you’re a fan of this holiday, you will probably have last year’s Halloween decorations in the attic or garage.
If not, there are plenty of Halloween decorations online you can order or downloads for Halloween decorations to make at home. And of course there are also items in the stores around Halloween. Well, OK, more like from August onwards!
Halloween Printable Invitation Downloads
Party Invitation DownloadDownload
Party Labels DownloadDownload
Party Washi Tape DownloadDownload
Spooky Printable Halloween Party Invitation DIY
Spooky Printable Halloween Party Invitation – It’s Free!
- Invitation Address Label and Washi Tape PDF
- Printer paper
- Sticker paper OR Avery® Durable White Rectangle Film Labels final size: 4 ¾” x 3 ½”
- Sticker paper OR Avery® White Rectangle Labels final size: ½” x 1 ¾”
- Acrylic paint thin marker or chalk marker
- Any color thin marker
- Detail knife / X-Acto knife optional
- Bone folder optional
- Ruler optional
- Cutting mat optional
- Stamps optional if mailing
- Print out invitation using these settings:
- a. Do Not Scale / Actual Size
- b. Quality: Best
- Print out address labels on either sticker paper, Avery labels or plain paper with the same settings as first step.
- Using the back of your knife, or bone folder or just eyeballing it, create a score line along the fold lines.
- Cut invitation along illustration edges.
- Fill in the blanks with all of your party info using an acrylic paint marker or chalk marker.
- Fold invitation (design shouldn’t be seen.)
- a. Fold sides inwards.
- b. Fold bottom up.
- c. Fold top down.
- Adhere with washi tape.
- Fill out address labels and stick to the front side of the “envelope.”
- Hand them out, mail them, and wait for the RSVP’s to roll in!
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Get an early start planning your Halloween party this year with this printable Halloween invitations set. It’s free to download and print the invitations and, once they’re out, you can have fun deciding which spooky recipes to prepare for the occasion!
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Bella Bucchiotti is a storyteller, food lover, dog mom and adventure seeker living on the Pacific coast. She shares her passion for food, dogs, fitness, adventures, travel and philanthropy, in hopes of encouraging followers to run the extra mile, try new recipes, visit unfamiliar places and stand for a cause. Bella lives with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease.