Halloween this year may be different than any other. While we can all still decorate our front doors and dress up in fun costumes, it will be interesting to see how the whole Trick-or-Treating thing works out. Will there be Trick-or-Treating this year at all? Will it vary from city to city, neighborhood to neighborhood, or home to home? Will we be taking our children door-to-door to gather tasty treats from friendly neighbors like we have every year?
We don’t know the answers to those questions and we don’t know what Halloween will look like this year where you live, but in the event that it does take place (or not) in your neighborhood you’ll want to be sure to print off these signs to be both informative and decorative. Did you run out of candy? Let them know by printing off an “Out of Candy” sign! Are you worried kids might grab handfuls of candy out of the bowl sitting on your front porch? Print off a “Please Take One” sign to make sure they know what the expectation is. Or if you do not celebrate Halloween in general or are unable to this year then make sure you don’t have people knocking on your door all evening by posting a “No Halloween” sign where everyone can see.
Whether you end up participating in trick-or-treating this year or not, you’ll want to make sure everyone is on the same page by letting them know one way or the other, and we’ve got lots of options for you to print for free at home! Click on any of the images throughout this post to download the sign and print it at home!
Halloween Signs For Those Celebrating
Trick Or Treaters Welcome Signs
Let people know that trick or treaters are welcome at your home with the printable signs below. Click on any of the images below to download and print it at home!
Gone Trick or Treating Signs
Some families divide and conquer on Halloween night, meaning one parent stays home to hand out candy while the other takes the kids out trick-or-treating, some families opt to go all together around the neighborhood. Let everyone know you’re out as a family with these “Gone Trick-or-Treating” signs. Click the images below to download a sign to post on your door.
No Tricks Just Treats Signs
Everyone just wants a treat! Let them know you’re the house that will deliver with a “No Tricks, Just Treats” sign!
Take One / Please Take One Signs
Some families like to go trick or treating together which means there is no one home to hand out candy. Many people decide to leave a bowl or basket of candy on their front porch instead of handing it out themselves. If this is your plan this year, make sure to click the images below to download, print, and display one of these “Take One” or “Please Take One” signs by your bowl of candy so people remember to share the goods.
Out Of Candy Signs
Sometimes it’s hard to know how many kids will come by your house hoping to get some candy. If you find yourself in the position of having more kids come by than you have candy, be sure to click the images below so you can download, print, and put out one of these “Out of Candy” signs.
Trick Or Treat Signs
Trick-or-treating is really what Halloween is about, right?! Get the kids excited about coming to your house for candy with one of these trick-or-treat signs! Click the images below to download and print at home.
Signs For Those Not Celebrating Halloween
No Candy Signs
Whether you’ve just plain run out, or you don’t want to hand out candy to begin with, click and download the images below to print a “No Candy” sign and then display it outside your home to let people know that they will not be finding candy at your house this year.
No Trick Or Treaters + No Trick Or Treat Signs
If you would rather not be answering your door all night long, it’s a good idea to let everyone that you will not be handing out candy this year by posting a “No Trick or Treaters” or “No Trick or Treat” sign that they can see before they knock on your door. Click the images below to download and print!
No Halloween + Sorry We Don’t Celebrate Halloween Signs
If you don’t celebrate Halloween, be sure to let everyone know that you won’t be participating in trick-or-treating by putting one of these “Sorry, We Don’t Celebrate Halloween” or “No Halloween” signs on your front door, so everyone is on the same page.
Whether the pandemic is impacting how you celebrate Halloween this year or not, or you’re just not a Halloween house, we hope you found a printable Halloween sign that’s perfect for your home. Have a safe and happy Halloween!