Thinking of sending Halloween cards this year? Wondering what to write inside them?
Then this collaborative post is for you!
Whether it’s your first time writing and sending Halloween cards, or whether you’re a seasoned Halloween card sender, Halloween is the perfect occasion to give and receive spooky cards.
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As a result Halloween cards are becoming big business, and all sorts of Halloween card can be found from greeting card experts like Boomf, where you can personalise your own or choose from one of their 3D pop-up designs.
The big question is: what to write inside your Halloween card?
What to write inside Halloween cards
Include a spook-tacular joke
If you’re sending Halloween cards to kids you could encapsulate the fun with a spook-tacular joke that will not only make the recipient laugh, but that they can share with their friends too. There are hundreds of spooky jokes to choose from online, and you could even include a funny ghost drawing too.
Copy a quote or paragraph from a scary story
Choose a vampire legend or ghost story by the likes of Charles Dickens and pick a famous quote or paragraph to include in your card. This will show the recipient you’ve really thought about their card and spent time making it special.
Send seasonal wishes
With Halloween falling between summer and Christmas now is the perfect time to wish family, friends and loved ones seasonal wishes for the autumn. Let them know you’re thinking about them by sending cosy wishes as we head into winter.
Tell them you love them
Forget Valentine’s cards. If you’re sending a Halloween card to a partner why not turn it into a love letter by writing them a poem or including heartfelt words to show them you love them.
Write a revolting rhyme
Like spook-tacular jokes, there’s loads of revolting rhyme inspiration online so you can either create your own or copy a suggestion – the more revolting the better!
This is a collaborative post.