Halloween dictionary page printables are suitably creepy, just perfect for the upcoming Halloween holiday.
I’ve created a lucky thirteen Halloween dictionary page printables for you, all completely free. Printing and framing your new Halloween decorations couldn’t be easier or more affordable. Vintage dictionary Halloween decor makes a creepy addition to your living room, entryway, or kitchen.
Since I finished my vintage dictionary page printables, I haven’t been able to stop creating with them. Old dictionaries have such a classic appeal that fits with a wide variety of home decor, including seasonal or holiday wall art. I also have dictionary printables available for fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, and summer. I’ll be releasing even more sets over the coming months. If there’s anything you’d like to see, please let me know!
The Halloween decorations I’ve created feature haunted houses, ghosts, skeletons, witches, bats, and more. You have your choice of iconic Halloween themes, all created as ready-to-print art for easy framing.
The free Halloween dictionary page printables are for personal use only. You may print them as many times as you like for yourself, including for classroom use. If friends or family would like their own printables, please direct them to this post. Don’t share the files directly. Thank you!
I’ve created two versions of each Halloween printable: one with a border and one without a border. Depending on the kind of frame you use and the look you want for your Halloween decorations, one version may work better than the other.
Creepy haunted house
Classic creepy haunted house on a vintage dictionary letter L page.
Three spooky Halloween bat with orange faces on a vintage dictionary letter E page.
Black Halloween cat with orange detail clinging desperately to a vintage dictionary letter C page.
Creepy Halloween girl ghost hovering over a vintage dictionary letter F page.
Flying witch black silhouette on a vintage dictionary letter N page.
Classic black witches hat with the famous quote from Shakespeare’s Macbeth: “Double double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble.” on a vintage dictionary letter A page.
Classic Halloween scene
A quintessential, cartoon-style Halloween scene, complete with a haunted house, jack ‘o lanterns, gravestones, ghosts, and a creepy tree, set on a vintage dictionary letter O page.
The same classic Halloween scene on a vintage dictionary page with “Happy Halloween” text in charcoal gray.
Three spiderwebs with spiders on a vintage dictionary letter S page.
Spooky bare tree
A spooky bare tree, fitting for a dark Halloween night, on a vintage dictionary letter W page.
Dancing skeleton who will fit right in at any Halloween party on a vintage dictionary letter B page.
Classic skull imagery fitting for Halloween on a vintage dictionary letter H page.
A bright full moon with the famous Halloween quote: “When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ’tis near Halloween.” on a vintage dictionary letter R page.
How to print Halloween dictionary page printables
Printing free printables is a fairly self-explanatory process. I’m sharing a few tips to help you make high-quality prints sized properly for your frames.
The previews I’m sharing of the Halloween printables in this post are low-resolution. The low-res versions are fine for sharing on social media but not for printing. To obtain the high-resolution versions, click on the download links for the decor you want to print. All of the download links have images sized for 8×10 printing. The previews in this post aren’t necessarily sized for 8×10 printing, which means they may not work well for your 8×10 frames. Using the download links ensures you’re getting high-resolution, appropriately sized images.
Printer, paper, and settings recommendations
I recommend using a reliable print service, such as Costco, Shutterfly, or SmugMug. If you like to print at home, which is great, too, I highly recommend buying Finestra Art paper to give your Halloween prints a professional finish. White cardstock is another good option if you like a thicker paper that produces a darker finish for your framed wall art. Regular printer paper works in a pinch but doesn’t produce beautiful results.
For the best results with at-home printing, select 8×10 for both the paper size and image size. Check the preview before hitting the print button. Using other paper or image size settings may cause your wall art not to print properly.
For the vast majority of my home printing, I use a laser printer. I highly recommend the Canon Color ImageCLASS printer for home color laser printing. My current pick for a color inkjet printer is the HP ENVY 5055. For this price point, you won’t find an inkjet printer with better quality or ease of use.
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