Start stocking up on the candy (we all eat half of it ourselves, right?) and pull out the pumpkin carving tools, Halloween will be here before you know it.
I've rounded up 10 spooky fonts perfect for your Halloween projects so you can spend less time searching and more time making.
1. Joy in Night
Joy in Night is a fun typeface that is perfect for cards, prints, logos, arranged illustration, and decoration. It has letters, numbers, special characters, accents and ligatures.
This would be great to use on invitations for a kid's Halloween party for school or a classroom bulletin board.
Cobwebs is a perfect font for using with your electronic cutting machines and cutting vinyl. Check out this post showing how I used it to make a banner last year.
3. Brain Melt
Brain Melt is a layered fancy horror typeface, adapted from the slime droplets. Characteristics of this font will act to create an ambiance of horror with different styles. Ideal for designs with a fun concept, but can be used for serious, scary, mystical, chilling, dark or light. Brain Melt is as comfortable on a Halloween as in a children’s book cover, flyer, poster, greeting cards, packaging, printed quotes, a cover album, logos, etc.
4. Gloomy Day
Gloomy Day display font is a fun display typeface font that perfect for creating Halloween, thriller and horror projects. It comes with 2 different styles, clean & rough. Gloomy Day is perfect for cards, posters, logos, magazines, covers, banners, t-shirts, or even large-scale artwork.
5. Funny Halloween
Funny Halloween is another playful font that would be fun to use for Halloween decor or kids crafts. Make some fun posters to hang up around the house or a front door sign, party invitations, etc. Halloween doesn't have to be scary to be fun!
6. Little Monster
Little Monster is another font that screams to be used for crafting! I used it with my Silhouette Cameo to cut vinyl and added it to some plastic pumpkins, check the post here.
7. Creep it Real
Creep it Real is a doodle font filled with all sorts of adorable graphics. You can pair this with any of the other fonts on this list for the perfect Halloween design. If you're throwing a kid's party at school this would make a great bingo game!
Skeleton is a fun and spooky font. This font looks great when used for quotes, headings, blogs, logos, invitations and more!
9. Spooky Smoke
Spooky Smoke would be great for Halloween invitations or any type of printed design work. I would not use this with your electronic cutting machine because of all of the tiny peaks around the letter edges unless you have a day for it to cut!
10. Halloween Font
Halloween Font looks like branches and twigs. It reminds me of the headless horseman story or a Tim Burton movie. This is another one best suited for print work vs cutting it out because of all the small details.
I hope these helped inspire you for your spooky projects this year!
Here's a pin graphic to save to your holiday project boards.