Halloween night is one of our family’s favorite nights of the year. There’s so much joy celebrating an evening of spooky fun with our neighborhood.
But one of the dilemmas we find every year is that ALL of us want to go trick or treating. And as much fun as it is hearing the chants of “Trick or Treat” from adorable little monsters and witches when we hand out candy, we also enjoy spending the night walking around the neighborhood together.
So instead, I usually leave a bowl full of candy and other non-candy Halloween treats at the front door. But every year I am scrambling for the kids to make a trick or treat sign that invites trick or treaters to take one or two pieces. Because I really don’t want our candy disappearing all at once.
This year, though, I am heading into Halloween more prepared. Knowing that we have friends visiting from out of town and everyone will be trick or treating for most of the night, I created a Free Printable Trick or Treat Sign.
About the FREE Printable Trick or Treat Sign Design
This Free Printable Trick or Treat Sign Design was so much fun to design. It features handwritten type and cute Halloween watercolor art. Because you wouldn’t want your Trick or Treat sign to be so scary it scares off the trick or treaters.
Of course, there are also cobwebs and smiling spiders. Because spiders aren’t that scary – really. Except maybe the one I met this morning.
How to Print
Making your Free Printable Trick or Treat Sign is really easy. I recommend printing on medium to heavy white cardstock (you can find our favorite white cardstock here – affiliate). Then, trim your sign using scissors or a paper trimmer. (affiliate)
You can display your sign by the treat bucket. Taping it to the bucket using Halloween washi tape (affiliate) will guarantee that it isn’t missed or wanders off during the night.
Looking for More Halloween Printables?
We love sharing Halloween printable designs. They are such an easy way to celebrate the holiday. Be sure to stop by our shop for an assortment of customizable Halloween tags and bag toppers.
Or if you are looking for some other Halloween ideas, check out the favorite Free Halloween Printables that I have created over the years.
Halloween Countdown Calendar
Kick off the Halloween season with this Free Printable Halloween Countdown Calendar. Display on your refrigerator and countdown the days until trick or treat night. It’s a helpful tool for keeping track how many days are left.
Halloween Out of Candy Sign
Let trick or treaters know that you have run out of candy with this Free Printable Halloween Out of Candy Sign. Tape to your front door to avoid excess doorbell ringing on Halloween Night.
Halloween Bottlecap Necklace Craft
Although this is a craft, for this Halloween Bottlecap Necklace Craft I created the Halloween themed circles to fit in the bottlecaps. If you don’t want to use them for bottlecap necklaces, you can always add them to the bottom of Hershey kisses as candy circles. They are about the same size.
Pumpkin Water Bottle Labels
This is one of my favorite non-candy Halloween treats to share – mini water bottles. Staying hydrated during candy collecting is a must. And I love helping trick or treaters out.
Although you can give plain water bottles, dressing the bottles up makes them even more festive. These Free Printable Pumpkin Water Bottle Labels will make your water bottles shine.
Cute Halloween Banner
Need a simple way to decorate for Halloween? Check out this Free Printable Cute Halloween Banner. It features a modern orange and purple design, adorable bats and pumpkins and says “Boo!”. Perfect for your mantel, bookshelf or somewhere else that needs a Halloween touch.
Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt
This was one of the kids’ favorite activities when they were little. Print out this Free Printable Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt and see how many different pumpkins you can find around your neighborhood. It’s the perfect activity for Halloween day when you aren’t exactly sure how to keep everyone entertained.
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