‘Tis the season when the witches are flying, ghosts are lurking, and kids are treating around the neighborhood.To buy: $4.50, greenwichletterpress.com.
Ahoy! Send good tidings of Halloween cheer on this greeting made on sustainably-harvested birch wood.To buy: $6, nightowlpapergoods.com.
No matter how creepy or freaky, the message in this 100 percent recycled paper will be clear to the lucky recipient. To buy: $4.50, hellolucky.com.
It might be out of character, but surprise a friend at home with Halloween wishes sent directly to their mailbox.To buy: $4, luxepaperie.com.
A charming die-cut card that shares Halloween greetings in a modern marigold and chocolate brown palette.To buy: $6, luxepaperie.com.
How to make this card feel really special? Personalize the devious design with the lucky recipient in mind.To buy: $2, treat.com.
If you can’t trick or treat at their stoop, send family members far and wide a greeting with your little tot in full Halloween disguise.To buy: $64 for 25, minted.com.
When it's time to spread Halloween cheer, this character is a wise choice.To buy: $4.50, greenwichletterpress.com.
Let the season's favorite candy dictate your colorful card palette.To buy: $12.50 for 10, tinyprints.com.
Frightful? More like a delightful delivery this season.To buy: $6, nightowlpapergoods.com.
There's nothing scary about this card that is as cute-as-can-be.To buy: $3.50, rockscissorpaper.com.
A sweet pick-me-up for those family and friends miles away.To buy: $5, deeandlala.com.