September is the stepping stone to October and we all know what that means, time to get ready for All Hallows Read. What better way than with a free poster or four?
This is my seventh year making free posters for anyone to share and use to advertise All Hallows Read. Free!
I'm trying something a bit different by hosting the files at dropbox. They're also at deviantart, if that's easier to download off of.
I don't put a year on any of the posters, so you can reuse any of the old ones you'd like such as:
2016 - Pumpkin, Skeletons, Haunted Books, and More
2015 - Trees, Haunted Globe, Bats, and More
2014 - Raven, Grave Reflection, and more
2013 - Fairy Witch, Tentacle, and others
2012 - Spiders and Bats and Mummies
2011 - Universal Monsters
You can download
the whole lot for this year from a file here right now if you'd like. I
also included all of the past years in the dropbox file so you can add
whatever you want whenever you'd like. Time is meaningless!
Now let's get to the new ones!
Torn - Things are getting stranger around here when an eerie message appears on the tattered wallpaper of an abandoned house.
Slime - Who doesn't love to dig handfuls of gooey slime out of the mysterious meteorite strike? Warning: May discover secretly unknown super powers or grow extra limbs. Alien larva discovered squatting inside of your thoracic cavity are not affiliated with Slime-n-Goo industries. If ingested please consult a mortician.
Firefairies - The firefairies are hard at work in anticipation of the coming solstice. But don't get too close, these fairies sting with a powerful bite that won't stop until your skeleton is burned free of its flesh sack.
Typewriter - Click clack go the keys. Click clack rattle the bones. The writer doesn't hear the echo until it's too late.
Typewriter Gif - If you want to do some digital promotion, I also made a motion poster (gif) of the typewriter.
Once again, they're all free, all of 'em. So download the links, print, and decorate to your heart's content.
These are so cool. I cant's wait to print them and put them in my school library.
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