Free printable halloween invitation cards

We have created five different halloween invitation cards, which we thought you might like to use. We wish we could take the full credit — we used Canva templates to create all these invitation cards.

All JPG card files provided with this post are of high quality (300 DPI) and each can be printed on a 5.5″x5.5″ paper. We have also provided the PDF files. They are free to download from here. No registration and no email address entry required. We created them for ourselves — just thought we would share on our blog — the printables may help someone save time.

Get here on your broom

This is our most favorite. The original template had a different witch and spooky tree, which should be purchased. We replaced them with free-to-use images from the internet.

You will need to write the party location and time on the card using a photo editing software, or by a pen after printing. The PDF file is in this link. Jpeg is below.

Get here on your broom

Potion party invitation

All grownups of today were afraid of the potion-cooking-witch in their childhood. The scene has changed a bit these days. That witch is not around probably because she is afraid of the famous super heroes and heroines. How about throwing a potion party to bring the old spooky-ness back to life?

We have created two cards using the same theme — one has Potion Party written on it and the other states Halloween Party using a spooky font. The JPG files are below. This link provides the two-page PDF file. You will need to write the time and location using a pen after printing. Alternatively, you can write them before printing using an image or PDF editor.



Come for boos, stay for candy

This is another spooky favorite of ours. We made two versions of it. One has space to write time and location. The other version states that time and a secret location will be texted. 🙂 The PDF is here. The JPGs are as follows.



You are invited; bring your halloween spirit

This is a plain invitation card that has the spooky ghost image. The invitation card has blanks to enter time and location. The link for the PDF is here. The high quality JPG image is below.
Haunted House Halloween Party Invitation. Bring Your Halloween Spirit.

Fright night

This is the simplest among all the five sets of cards presented in this post. A great thing about this printable card is that it will not use up much of your color cartridge. PDF is here. The JPG is as follows. The bats in the original template were proprietary and needed a purchase. We replaced them with freely available Pixabay images.

Fright halloween night. Free invitation card.

Concluding remarks

If ghosts and demons were real, Halloween is probably the only day when they would roam around freely. Or, who knows may be they are real and some people with the greatest costumes we see in the evening of halloween are, ahmmm, not-so-humans. You never know. 🙂

Settle in El Paso team



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38 thoughts on “Free printable halloween invitation cards

  1. Thank you for these awesome downloadable halloween invitation card. My kids will surely love it. Halloween in our country is often celebrated by going to the cemetery of our loved ones. We offer prayers and flowers. It is also the time of the year we get to clean the area for visitor that may arrive. Later in the evening the most awaited part kids start to prepare their halloween consumes for the trick or treat . I couldn’t help it myself I go along with my kids in a monster costume to ask for a trick or treat and with this downloadable halloween invitation card our planned party will come in handy. Thanks
    1. Going to the cemetery to pay respect to the loved ones and pray for their souls is such a great idea.

      I am happy to know that you liked the printable cards. We wish you a great halloween trick or treat event with your kids.

      Thank you for visiting and commenting. Have a wonderful day.

  2. Great design. Since Halloween is less than a month, I’m pretty sure that I’ll be using this wonderful design. Thank you for sharing this.. 🙂
      1. Not a problem. I really admire your work. I don’t usually give a Halloween cards but because of your ideas, I might reconsider. Have a nice day.
        1. Halloween parties are not much of a thing in my place but these cute invitation cards make me want to savor this kind festive feeling that I don’t usually have for this event. I guess it would also be nice to use Canva for other invitation cards we need to make. I’m not really sure if I could be as creative as the admin here though.
          1. Here also on my place too, but this gives me an idea to start sending some invitation cards to someone just for a change. We always spend Halloween at the cemetery. We even sleep over at the cemetery too. We play games, sing, watch movies, and a lot of stuff, just like camping.
  3. I’m also looking forward to this year’s Halloween. Thanks for sharing with us these great designs and for the reminder.
  4. You got nice designs there. This blog is indeed in perfect timing because my nephews attend Halloween parties yearly and they will surely attend one this year. I do printing and layout designs for my offline freelance. My sister always asks me to design and print Halloween tags for souvenirs. I usually do a 2×2 tag. Your printable designs give me good ideas as early as now. The “Bring your Halloween spirit” is my favorite design. Its cuteness will surely suit the kiddie Halloween party. Thank you for sharing this. It will really help me in my freelance designing.
  5. I must commend you guys for making such captivating Halloween cards. I don’t use to understand what Halloween is all about until I read more on it last week. I will try to create these type of cards you did as too and see how creative I am.
  6. Yay, this is right on time because I was just thinking a few days ago about making some Halloween invitations since it’s coming very close. You made my job a bit easier, haha! I absolutely love the first and the “boo” ghost one – great design and overall look.

    Also, thank you for giving a quick link to Canva. I wasn’t aware that it is so simple to make your own invitations and other things. I always thought that I need special programs.

    1. I am very happy to know that you will use the cards.

      Yes, Canva is a great tool for graphical representations including infographics, posters, cards. Many bloggers use Canva to create pin-images for Pinterest.

      Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  7. this is awesome! cool designs and the best here is that there be no procrastination for our party needs soon. Thanks you so much!!
  8. All the printable halloween invitation cards are amazing and scary. You did a good job and keep it up. If I had to choose the best one out of best, I would choose “fright night”. You have done an amazing creative job.
  9. These are really cute and cool stuffs you have created here. I mean, you’re really creative and smart to have those kind of unique and interesting messages to include on those. I especially love the those with Come for BOOS and Stay for CANDY and Fright Night cards. It would be really awesome to use these designs if we get to decide to have a party in our place.
  10. Wow, they look really nice. How long did it take you guys to design each one of the designs? I’m not saying this just to be nice, I really do like the look and design of all of them. Nice job 🙂
    1. With Canva templates, it is not that time consuming to come up with satisfactory designs. May be half an hour, or even less per card. I am happy to know that you liked the designs. Thank you for visiting and commenting. Have a wonderful weekend.
      1. Oh yeah, I know about that website. The designs looked really good so I didn’t even think that they may have been designed by a site like Canva. I actually use them and another one called Stencil to create graphics for any social media posts for my business. No problem. I enjoy reading your articles. I hope you have a good weekend too 🙂
  11. Wow! Thanks mommy and daddy dearest. Hehe. Your help with these printable cards are very much appreciated. Holloween is just around the corner and we don’t have any invitation whatsoever. Your designs are superb and beautiful.
  12. Come to think of it, maybe demons and monsters are actually real and use Halloween as cover to move freely every no and then..lol. I always thinks of things like that all the time.

    Good piece of information on printable cards. This is a great way to cut cost and still come up with a creative and stylish brands when in need of cards for occasions as stated above. Thanks for the tips.

  13. It was very thoughtful of you. Great idea to those who want to organize a Halloween party. I very much liked the first one! 🙂
  14. The invitations were all full of creativoty and fun at the same time. I am sure to make my invitation from inspiring one of the above.

    I got a idea on how to prepare a invitation for haloween party. Great post though !

  15. I admire your creativity in art my friend, it suits the concept of the Halloween event. Coming November 1 this year we will visit my child and his grandfather to the cemetery and light some candles on their grave. Prior November 1 , me and my family will celebrate spooky nights at park here in our place. You gave me an idea about your printable cards, I’ll try spreading some during the party. I’m gonna wear freddy krueger’s hand full of blades while distributing cards, scary right?.
  16. Thank you for this Halloween cards, they are nice. Have a nice seasonal concept of Halloween. You’re so creative in every way. Kids will definitely like it.
  17. Canva is a great tool for graphical representations including infographics, posters, cards.

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