2011 Neighborhood Sign

So last year at this time, I became ever more impatient, waiting for the neighborhood sign to go up, announcing that Trick-or-Treat will again be on October 31, from 6 to 8 pm (like it should be!). One week from the big day, I was disappointed with the sign that was put up and made a desperate plea to the signmaker and/or overseer.

This year, I have decided to take matters into my own hands. With a quick Google search and a stroll through my font collection, I have decided to create a neighborhood sign worthy of the greatest holiday of the year. A sign that can be clearly seen as you come into the neighborhood. A sign that says, "this neighborhood does Halloween right!"

I present the new 2011 neighborhood sign. It will be going up Sunday night, so that:
a) people have time to prepare
b) my sign will be up before someone else's

Selfish, I know, but the word around the neighborhood is that anybody can put up a sign for Halloween. There is no one person who is in charge of it. Until now...


wicKED said...

I applaud your direct approach. Wish more people around my town would do the same.

Damian Michael AKA HalloweeNut said...

Damn, that's cool!

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