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You’ve Been Booed Printables

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Halloween will be so much fun with these You’ve Been BOOed Printables. With three different printable signs to choose from, you will find one that matches your personality for sure.

three different You've Been Booed Printables on a black background


You’ve Been Booed is a newer Halloween tradition. It is considered a nice and fun “treat” for neighbors or coworkers.

This is a sweet way to spread some Halloween cheer around your whole neighborhood and it is easy too.

All you do is gather a basket of Halloween treats and goodies. Add a You’ve Been Booed printable card to the boo basket and leave it on someone’s doorstep or desk at work anytime during the month of October. 

Think of it as a friendlier version of doorbell ditch. The Halloween boo game is meant to bring joy to others. It’s harmless, good fun.

The printable card includes instructions for the recipient to pass on the fun to 2 more people. This way, even more people can enjoy a happier Fall season!

The person who receives a basket of treats will put half of the card on their desk, front door, or a front window to show they have already been boo’d so others know to give a basket to someone who hasn’t received a treat yet.

You've Been Booed Printables on a black background

What Does the You’ve Been Booed Card Say?

The You’ve Been Booed printable card says:

You’ve Been Booed!

  1. Enjoy the Treats!
  2. Keep it going! Within 2 days make 2 copies of this page.
  3. Put together 2 bags of treats and secretly deliver the treats with a copy of this page to 2 neighbors who haven’t yet been booed!
  4. Cut out the “We’ve Been BOOed” sign on the opposite side of this page and place it on your front door or window to show you’ve already been BOOed!

Such an easy way to light up someone’s day! 

What to Put in the Basket

There are so many things you can include in a “You’ve Been BOOed” basket. Don’t limit yourself to a gift basket though.

You can create a boo bucket, boo bags, or a boo box. The goal is to leave a fun Halloween surprise for your friends or neighbors. The form of the surprise is entirely up to you!

I like to keep it simple so other people don’t feel like they have to spend a lot of money in order to keep the fun going.

Candy is always a great treat option. Halloween candy is plentiful and inexpensive at Halloween time too. 

Also consider other small treats like individual packs of cookies or chips. Homemade treats make great Halloween goodies too.

Check your local Dollar Tree or Target dollar spot for inexpensive and cute little Halloween themed trinkets. Some items to look for are:

  • Stickers
  • Pencils
  • Socks
  • Plastic cups
  • Straws
  • Necklaces
  • Toys
  • Candles
  • Kitchen towels
3 different You've Been Booed Printables on a black background

Spider Theme

The first printable I have is a cute green and black spider-themed “You’ve Been BOOed” printable. 

The bright green is such a happy color! 

Spider themeYou've Been Booed Printables


Candy Corn Theme

Next up is a cute candy corn themed “You’ve Been BOOed” printable. Kids love this one!

You've Been Booed Printables

Tombstone Theme

Last is a black and grey tombstone themed “You’ve Been BOOed” printable. 

Tombstone themed You've Been Booed Printables

Fill in the form below to get all three BOO signs along with access to my entire library of free printables (over 200!).

Printable FAQs

How do I access the printable?

Fill in the form above. After you submit the form, you’ll receive an email from “Wondermom Wannabe” with a direct link to the printable. If you do not see the email in your inbox within a few minutes, check your spam folder.

Where can I find my file after I download it?

The most likely place will be in your computer’s Downloads folder. You can also select “Downloads” in your browser menu to see a list of your downloads, then simply select “Show in folder” below the file name to see where it is stored on your computer.

How do I print a PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFS, like Adobe Acrobat (which is free). Open the program, click File > Print. Select your printer and set the number of copies you want to print. Double check your print preview, then click print.

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a collage of spider themed and candy corn themed You've Been Booed Printables with title text in the middle reading You've Been BOOed

27 thoughts on “You’ve Been Booed Printables”

  1. Very Cute!! However, doesn’t a ghost usually say Boo? Why isn’t there a ghost theme?

    • Thanks, I’m glad you think it’s cute. Thanks for the suggestion – if I decide to add another theme sometime, I’ll think about adding a ghost theme. My Free Printable Halloween Tags for Goodie Bags have a couple of ghost themes in it, if you’re interested: https://wondermomwannabe.com/free-printable-halloween-tags-for-treat-bags


    • There are 2 links that shows, one is for the printable link and one is for the post explaining the printable. The printable link will take you to the actual printable you can download (it is a pdf). The post explaining the printable link will take you back to the blog post. Make sure you click on the printable link to be taken to the download. If you still need help, let me know.

    • The link doesn’t work for emails. I’ve also tried several times and nothing changes.

      • Hi Erin, thanks for letting me know. I’ve checked and see you’ve been added as a subscriber and the email was sent. When I click the link in the email it works for me so there must be some other error that I don’t think I can fix on my end. Going to email you the PDF directly so you don’t have to mess with a link.

    • You’re welcome! I’m glad you like it. Thanks for commenting.

    • Thanks, I’m glad you like them. Thanks for commenting.

    • You’re welcome, I’m glad you like the idea! Thanks for commenting.

  3. Love this! My kids enjoy being part of this fun Halloween tradition


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