20 Free Halloween Fonts & How to Download Them

I am super excited to kick off some great Halloween Fun with you all by sharing these 20 Free Halloween Fonts with you!  Did you know that you can download these and they will work right in a Microsoft Word document?!?  You don’t need to have Photoshop or any other fancy digital design software to use these fun fonts!

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What can you use these fonts for you ask?  Well you can use them on Halloween Party Invitations.  Or use any of them for name tags for your child’s class at their Halloween Party.  You can print on envelopes in the fun fonts if you send Halloween cards or care packages to loved ones.  You could jazz up your email signature with these!  Create some seasonal return address labels using your favorite Halloween Font!  You can also create fun printables with them as well!  (psssst….stay tuned because I will be posting a new one very soon!)

Halloween Free Fonts

All of the fonts listed above can be downloaded for FREE!  We all love FREE right?!?  Click on each name below and you will be taken to the site to download.

 

Biker Bones | Ghoulish | Casper | Along Came A Spider | Poultrygeist 

Ghoulish Fright | Pumpkin Face | Serpants | Ghoul | Spinstee 

Night Bird | Startling Font | Cast Iron | Bosshole | Midnight | Face Your Fears

Nightmare | Earthshaker | Halloween Spider | For the One Hundredth Time

 

Need to know how to download a font?!?  Let me help!

  1. Click on the font above that you want to download…let’s take Pumpkin Face for example!  It will open a webpage and you will need to click on the Download Button beneath the fontOpen Downloadable Font
  2. Next you will select “Open With” and then Click “OK”Click Download Button

  3. That will open the font file.  Once open you will have several items in the file folder.  You want to select the TrueType font file and double click it!Open File

  4. Once that opens, simply click “Install” and your download will begin.  It will not take much time at all.  then you can close out the windows.  If you have Word open on your desktop, you will need to restart in order to load the fonts you just downloaded.Install

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POSTED BY: Cheryl Spangenberg

12 Responses to 20 Free Halloween Fonts & How to Download Them

  1. Just be careful with these! I think I went for about 6 of them and all but 1 or 2 installed AOL toolbars, apps I’ve never heard of, etc. If you decline at the start like you’re going to exit and skip the font, one type will install it without all of the crap. The other one… not that I found. It took me a half hour to uninstall the AOL toolbar- I uninstalled it twice and it still left remnants all around my computer and wouldn’t take it out of Firefox- I had to find the settings in there for add-ons and remove it that way.

    • I replied in an email on this but thought maybe others would like this info also. there are several download buttons on the font page, others for browsers and file transfers and such…be sure to click on the download button that I put in the screenshot and you will only get the font. I downloaded all of these fonts with no troubles at all using the button in my screenshot! The sidebar and header/footer buttons are for other things! Happy Downloading!

  2. Ohhh, These are perfect! I have tons of Halloween crafts in mind and actually just downloaded a few fonts yesterday for the project I “kind of” completed on my blog. haha

  3. Thanks for the tutorial to go along with the fonts! My weekly linky party–One Creative Weekend–has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit “One Creative Weekend” on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.) There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

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