Send Halloween-style email greetings with a letterhead.
- Scarier Halloween Greetings by Email
- Halloween cat
- Halloween – puffins
- halloween ghost glow
- Jack-o-Lantern with baby
- Please heal
- look after
- Halloween pumpkin by candlelight
- halloween scare
- House with the ghosts
- pumpkin head
- Abandoned house
- Raven Halloween
- Music of the night
Scarier Halloween Greetings by Email
Scare, entertain and welcome naturally.
All this can of course be done in one word. Especially since it’s just as much of a visual (and perhaps aural) holiday as Halloween, through images and backgrounds.
Only the most terrifying, violent, and scary (or, ahem, cute) letterheads make it to this page. Here are our favorite templates for great Halloween emails using Windows Mail, Outlook, and other supported programs.
More fun than scary, Halloween, have fun!
Halloween – puffins
Want to send really (really!) scary Halloween greetings this year?
halloween ghost glow
Send glowing, animated and scary wishes for a happy Halloween.
Jack-o-Lantern with baby
Jack-o-Lantern and the kid are enjoying a good Halloween. Only the child looks a little scared…
Treat me well with my cute Victorian Halloween stationery. You’re welcome.
Watch out for this stationery.
Halloween pumpkin by candlelight
When spooky and romantic collide, it’s Halloween.
Do not be afraid. Be very scared.
House with the ghosts
What is this haunted house doing in your office? Send it along with a Halloween message and send it fast! Let it go!
A terrifying pumpkin head dance echoes in a delightfully spooky Halloween.
Who said abandoned houses are empty?
It’s not clear what the black raven is doing in the misty graveyard, but that can’t mean anything good, can it? except, of course, some cute Halloween stationery for your Outlook Express emails.
Music of the night
The house is brightly lit. But the Music of the Night is playing and terrible things are happening.