Print ideas for Halloween

Seasonal events offer businesses the opportunity to get creative and engage with customers through themed print campaigns. With Halloween in just a few weeks, it’s a great chance for you to advertise your products and services in an entertaining, less corporate way. In this blog, we will look at 6 ways your business can get creative with amusing Halloween themed print.

Tags

Versatile tags can be attached to products or delivery boxes. Including a time sensitive Halloween offer is a great way to take advantage of the season and delight your customers. Top tip: Include a surprise bag of sweets in a delivery box and tie the themed offer tag to it. Your customer will feel valued and appreciate the surprise.

Halloween Tags

Box Labels

If you regularly send out parcels, creating a box label is a fun way to engage with the receiver, adding an extra element to the plain cardboard box.

Halloween Box Label

Banners

Shop owners or outlets selling specific Halloween goods would benefit from a themed PVC banner. It will attract the customers attention while providing them with information. A great way for you to get creative with your branding!

Halloween Themed Banner

Posters

Liven up your event with a cost-effective poster. A poster will help to generate awareness of the event and can be displayed in a variety of places.

Halloween Themed Poster

Leaflets

Give your leaflets a touch of the chills this Halloween. Change your brand colours to a Halloween theme – think greens, oranges, black and red.

Halloween Themed Leaflets

Window Clings

Peelable window clings offer an easy way to get into the Halloween spirit. Surprise your colleagues with clings dotted around the office. If you’re a shop owner, attach them to the shop front to attract the public and increase footfall. They are easily removed and leave no sticky residue, and if stored correctly can be used next year too!

Halloween window stickers

Let us know if we can help you create some paranormal print this Halloween! All of these ideas can be applied to different seasons too, the dreaded ‘C’ word is next (Christmas)… it’s never too early to get creative.

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