It’s that creepy time of the year again, where the macabre and zombies own the night. While you may have Jack O’Lanterns and spider webs at your front door, and witches, ghosts and goblins roam the streets searching for candy, why should your sites and blogs miss out on the fun?
To help you with that, I’m dying to share with you a huge Halloween freebie bundle to make your designs shockingly dreadful. You are looking at 20 creepy fonts, 15 pumpkin icon sets, 25 horrific Photoshop tutorials, and 20 scary vector illustrations to download. And all for free.
Halloween flyers, posters, banners, and cards need special fonts to give it the full halloween effect. These 20 scary and spooky, bloody and scratched-out fonts will give you nightmares and goosebumps. Perfect for the deadest night of the year!
Zombies got your brains and you are finding it hard to create Hallo-riffic designs? Here are 25 Photoshop tutorials which include the scaries: monsters, witches, zombies, vampires, skulls, horror landscapes, and bloody text effects to spice up your next Halloween project!
Fancy rats, full moons, skulls and bats instead? Here are 20 free Halloween vector illustrations that can be downloaded in either Illustrator or EPS files. These illustrations can be useful while creating greeting cards, flyers, logos and website decorations for Halloween.
If I made you scroll too much, I apologize but hopefully, this collection is useful for you and will inspire one or two creepy Halloween designs in your to shock your clients with. Have more to add to the list? Don’t be shy and drop a quick comment below.
Nancy is a passionate freelance writer and blogger. She writes tons of inspirational articles on photography and web design, despite the fact that she is an economist by education. She enjoys reading, learning SEO and also losing her mind to French movies.
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