On Halloween, specifically on October 31st, there are lots of competition going on. From kids to adults, they attend Halloween night parties to have fun and be a bit competitive toward each other. You can get the Halloween certificates when you win the best costume, as well as win a Halloween game. The party might be just a small family celebration or school scope.
Again, whenever the Halloween competition happens, there's the chance to get one certificate, unless you win the game. It can be at a classroom setting, house party, campfire site, and many more. The Halloween certificate slightly shares the difference. The font, color of the paper, and design are special for Halloween, thus you will get it on 31st October.
How many certificates do you have already? You're excellent! Keep that work again. On Halloween, you can also collect a certificate with a creepy theme. These are the criteria if you get one or more.
Halloween clip arts
What else do you think of Halloween-themed certificates? Even if you just print the templates that you found on the internet, as long as there are Halloween characters, it is still for the Halloween competition. You can insert the clip arts as the background or on the title of the certificate.
Choice of fonts and wordings
To accompany the clip arts of skeleton and tombstone, you can add more nuance by choosing Halloween fonts, along with spooky wordings.
"Halloween Certificate for Best Costume"
"Keep the Wicked Work! awarded from Witch to [the winner's name]"
The picture orientation
You might have checked our Halloween invitation card templates previously, with a variety of orientations. You can also make the Halloween certificate in portrait and landscape.
To keep the Halloween certificates, you can follow the old ways of keeping them in cardboard. If you have more budget, you can get the safe case with passwords. Even if it's just a Halloween certificate, you must keep it for memory, so when the kids are older, you can tell the childhood story.
You can also put it in a frame, then hang it on the wall. An achievement is memorable, even it's not the big one like when you go to nationals and such. The big no is to fold the certificates because it can make a crumple.