Super fun free printable Halloween tags and tickets for your Halloween Junk Journal, Mini Album or Altered book. These are free to use in your work and even finished books that you are selling! Includes skulls, vintage ladies, day of the dead and of course, pumpkins!
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Why I NEED Halloween Ephemera
My birthday is 2 days before Halloween and my middle girl's birthday is 1 day before Halloween, so I have always loved seeing all the spooky and creepy decorations, parties and trick-or-treaters.
I also tend to craft in more of a spooky dark way that many of the “normal” journallers so this kind of artwork is right in my wheelhouse!
You get four different printable pages of Halloween tags and tickets. These are for printing on at home printers using 8.5″ X11″ standard letter sized paper.
Here are 4 kinds of ephemera you will get…
How I Print My Ephemera
You don't need any special printer or paper to print these. I use “presentation paper” and a color Epsom printer to do them.
Colors may vary, but you will do the best if you print them in high quality on the slow setting rather than “fast printing”.
I generally put these on some kind of “backer paper” like cardstock or mixed media paper to make them a little more stiff.
Halloween Printables Printed Out
I used a variety of sources for the images in these tags including Graphics Fairy (pictures in the public domain) and Big Stock Photo. All images were purchased and the designs are my own.
You can use these for any of your own personal artwork or for finished products that you sell on Etsy or any other online store.
You can not distribute or sell the collage sheets for any reason.
How To Get The Free Printable Halloween Tags & Tickets
These graphics are included in my free graphics library (there are LOTS of different printables in there for you to use!)
Included in this packet are:
- Vintage witch tags
- Masquerade tags
- Halloween tickets
- Fun hole protectors
- Words to use in your journals