As Halloween creeps closer and closer, many people are looking for ways to creepify their text and websites. While there are a number of standard fonts that can be used to achieve a spooky look, sometimes it’s fun to get creative and find something truly unique.
That’s why we’ve put together this collection of Halloween-inspired fonts that you can use to add a touch of creepiness to your website or documents. From gothic typefaces to macabre designs, these fonts will help you create the perfect chilling effect for your next project.
But first, let’s explore a few ways you can put these fonts to work.
How Can I Use Halloween Fonts?
You can use Halloween-inspired fonts in any way you’d like. However, these are just a few possibilities to try out:
- Create eerie headlines or titles: By pairing a creepy font with some spooky imagery, you can really set the tone for your website. Just make sure to keep the rest of your text simple and easy to read, or you’ll end up with something that’s more confusing than scary!
- Create printables or invitations: By adding a bit of creepiness to your text, you can really make your prints stand out from the rest. Just imagine how impressive your Halloween party invitations will look when they’re adorned with a gothic font.
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- Make a Halloween-themed website: If you really want to go all out, you can use these fonts to create an entire website dedicated to the holiday. Just make sure to use them sparingly, as too much of a good thing can quickly become overwhelming.
Now that you know a few ways to creepify your text, it’s time to choose the perfect font. Let’s dive headfirst into this collection.
Creepify Text on Your Website with These Halloween Fonts
The following fonts are a sampling of what’s available from Envato Elements. Envato Elements is a great resource for finding creative assets like fonts, graphics, and templates, all in one place. Plus, it’s a subscription-based service, so you can download as many fonts (and other assets) as you want for one low price per month.
Halloween is the perfect time to break out the creepiest, spookiest fonts you can find. And the following will definitely do the trick -- or treat.
The Midnight Union font is perfect for creating headlines or titles with a spooky twist. It can be used with an extrude effect to create 3D text that looks like it’s ready to jump off the screen.
Halloween Secret is a gothic typeface that’s perfect for setting the tone of your project. This display typeface would work perfectly for titles or logos and features right-angles that make the text look angular and ready for a horror film.
The Blessed Fall handwritten font is perfect for adding a personal touch to your text. This script typeface includes upper and lowercase letters, as well as numbers and punctuation. And though it’s not truly spooky, it’ll certainly satisfy those who are looking for something a bit more autumn-inspired.
The Halloween Party font offers a great option for creating invitations or other printables. This fun and festive typeface includes upper and lowercase letters with all sorts of Halloween graphic elements included in each letter.
The Spookyman typeface is perfect for creating headlines or titles with a creep factor. This blocky font includes upper and lowercase letters as well as multiple styles including regular, outline, rough line, and dingbats.
The Babadook font undeniably captures a mood that works well for creating truly creepifying text. This typeface includes upper letters, numbers, alternates, and ligatures for adding eerie touches to your written words. This one is great replicating the style of the tiles from the film by the same name.
The handwritten text of the Bellatrix font provides just a hint of a Halloween twist. This typeface includes upper and lowercase letters as well as numbers and punctuation and is a great option for making your text look festive without delving into the darker side of spooky season.
The Ghostly typeface is perfect for creating headlines or titles with a bit of ghostly whimsy. This blocky font includes upper and lowercase letters and would fantastic on any ghoulish invitations you decide to send out this year.
The Vermillion font is ideal for creating headlines or titles that are heavily reminiscent of the title text featured in the 1992 Bram Stoker’s Dracula film. This typeface comes with three different styles: regular, outline, and grunge.
HauntedWitch is a Halloween display font that can be used titles, logos, headers, and more. This font includes upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and punctuation of course while also supporting ligatures and alternates.
Perfectly emulate the title text from your favorite horror books and films with this Jack Reacher typeface. This font screams spooky without having to go over-the-top with extras or flourishes.
If you’re looking for something a little different this Halloween, try out the Brain Melt font. This typeface is perfect for creating headlines or titles that are both spooky and stylish by giving the appearance of some mystery ooze dripping off each letter.
Described as a "cute horror font," the Death Squire typeface is perfect for those who want to creepify their text without making it too dark or dreary. This font includes upper and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and supports international characters all while maintaining a festive look.
Halloween Spooky Display Font is still yet another option for creating headlines, titles, and other text that needs to be both spooky and stylish this Halloween season. This font includes upper and lowercase letters as well as numbers, punctuation, ligatures, and supports international glyphs.
With an obvious name like Outright Horror, this font is perfect for anyone who wants to creepify their text with a hand-drawn look. Its design illicit memories of old horror novels, pulp films, and bold text flashing across screens in darkened movie theaters.
The Darkstein font is an obvious choice for anyone looking to add a horror-inspired touch to their text. This typeface would look great in website headers, in titles, on posters, and anywhere else you need your text to truly stand out.
The Melted Monster font makes it easy to add a bit of dimension to their creepified text. This font features drip designs on each letter that makes it appear as though the text is melting down the page.
The Blood Bold font is a great choice for anyone looking to add a bit of fun to their text. It would look fantastic on party invitations or on posters prompting a fun Halloween event. Along with upper and lowercase letters, this font also includes ligatures and multilingual support.
If you’re looking for a way to add a spooky touch to your text, Spookybones is a great option. this sans serif font is made up of bones for each line, giving it a blocky look that’s positively skeletal.
Lastly, the Pumpkin Face font rounds out our list with an option that includes jack o’lantern faces in several of the letters. It comes with two styles, regular and display and includes multilingual support.
Find More Fun Resources to Creepify Your Halloween Designs
Whether you’re putting together a fun Halloween website or creating party invitations, you don’t have to go through the design process alone. The following resources should offer the guidance you need.
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Start Creating Your Spooky Designs with Halloween-Inspired Fonts
Now that you know about some of the best Halloween-inspired fonts available, it’s time to start creepifying your text. Just pick the font that fits your project and get started! You can use these fonts for everything from party invitations to spooky website headers.
So why not get started now? What are you going to create first?