Free Printable Halloween Boo Sign!

It’s October 1st! It’s officially okay to start decorating for Halloween {so excited to start}! Two years ago, I designed a fun printable BOO sign for our readers to download and use to BOO their own neighbors. It was a hit {it has been downloaded thousands of times} but a few of you have asked for a new design because your neighbors now know that it’s your sign, so you can do it secretly anymore! Ask and you shall receive…

Click here to download our new printable BOO Sign and Instructions!

Have fun!


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    Oh! We used to do these at kids to our neighbors! Can’t wait to start the tradition up again…especially with these cute signs! Thanks for sharing! {Pinned it too!) ;)

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    Hello… I love your blog and follow you all the time… I love this idea and will be doing this where I live… which is Singapore… my American friends will love this…

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    THANK YOU!! My parents had people who used to “Boo” in the neighborhood when they moved to Pennsylvania a few years ago. I have lived all over the country and never had anyone “Boo” us. I had never heard of this. I LOVE your sign! Thank you so much for sharing. I now live on a little island and I am going to try to get this going around here this week. I can’t wait to see how it goes!


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    You are welcome! Thank you for downloading! When I discovered this tradition, I thought it was so much fun. I’m very excited to BOO my BFF this year because we now live in the same neighborhood!

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    I’m so surprised to see this on your blog! I thought this was only a “Midwest thing.” I grew up in AZ and lived there again after college and never heard of this “booing” tradition. When we moved to Chicago I saw signs popping up in windows and thought it was such a fun idea.

    I’m printing your signs tonight, baking tomorrow and my girls and I will go “booing” after they get home from school.

    Thanks for the cute art work.

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    Lisa Graham says

    Thanks for the awesome Booed signs! I just moved into a new neighborhood and will start this new tradition! Happy Halloween!!

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    Britany Ellerbrook says

    Can you do an office version? I’d love to do this at my workplace! It would be perfect if it said “I’ve been booed” :).
    Will do this in my neighborhood too though- FUN!

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      Tanya Southfield says

      Me too! I’m wondering about a modification for work too! I just thought of using the first BOO sign and typing simple instructions to go along with it if Kim couldn’t modify it. I think it would still be successful. I’ll stay posted to see if anything pops up for the workplace too :-)

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    Oh my goodness! THANK YOU for the adorable printables! I LOVE THEM!! I hope you don’t mind, I used them in a project on my blog. I put a link back to your blog. This is the cutest thing I have seen online this Halloween and I hope everyone jumps on the bandwagon and uses your work. THANKS!


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    Michele@elementsofchic says

    Kim…I love your blog and website. This is such a great idea and I am totally going to do this this year. I too have not heard about this tradition. Will be posting this on our blog with a link back to you. Thank you so much.

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    Trish says

    Call me a moron, but I can’t figure out how to download this file. I’ve tried Explorer on a PC, and Safari, Firefox, and Chrome on a Mac. I see nothing to click to download it, just an unformatted site skeleton that says “You’ve Been Booed!” in really really large text. Nothing I click on leads to a download. What am I doing wrong?

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    Missy says

    Thank you so much for sharing this fun idea! We recently moved to a new neighborhood, and I’m excited to start this tradition up here with our new neighbors! My 3 year old daughter is going to LOVE doing this!

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