Archive for September 9th, 2011

Halloween Return Address Labels

Friday, September 9th, 2011

It’s that spooky time of year again – and if you’re a holiday-lover like we are over here at InvitationBox.com, you’re ready to start decorating for Halloween and the upcoming fall holidays.  At InvitationBox, we make it easy with our collection of Halloween round stickers and Halloween square stickers, which feature brand new designs for the 2011 fall season…and they make the decorating oh-so-easy and fun.

Round stickers are great for Halloween return address labels or envelope seals, which you can stick on the back of your stationery envelopes, Halloween party invitation envelopes or even your bills, (to scare those bill collectors away)!  It’s the perfect way to add a little spook to your everyday letters.  We also see them used as favor stickers on on party favors for Halloween parties or as stickers and labels for a sweet Halloween treat bag.  Personalize the text on the outer border with your name, address, phone number, party event, honoree’s name or a fun Halloween phrase like, “A Sweet Treat – If You Dare…” or “Happy Halloween from the Michaels”.  Each round sticker is just 1.5 inches around, which will draw the attention of your guests, without being tacky.  We also offer larger square stickers which work great for large envelopes, treat boxes during the fall or fun stickers for the kids to play with.

Below you’ll see some of our favorite personalized Halloween stickers which will really get you in the mood for this spooky Halloween season.  Choose from a variety of styles and designs with creepy skulls, vintage chandeliers, eerie silhouettes, monogrammed initials, damask patterns, grunge emblems, cartoon Halloween characters, haunted houses, black cats, jack-o-lanterns and traditional Halloween hues in orange, black, white and purple.

You can also coordinate your stickers with your Halloween party invitations, as we offer coordinating Halloween sets including Halloween party invitations, Halloween reply cards and Halloween return address labels.