7,909 Holiday Decorations
I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I love candy corn. Unfortunately, it's not very good for you, so what's a better alternative? This candle. Make a statement by setting it on a black pedestal candleholder. As it burns it will release the scent of spun sugar and creamed butter into the air.
How is it possible that I do not own these? I am terrible at carving pumpkins and usually paint them. The pose-able vine arms and legs on these add the creep factor I love, and I don't have to paint a thing!
Battery-operated lanterns are perfect for outside. I won't have to worry about running cords or open flames.
These are the perfect decorations with some spook but not so scary that they freaks out the kids. I love these idols on a stand because they would look great on the fireplace mantle or a hallway table.
Spook dinner guests with a headstone chalkboard. This is the perfect piece for creating a unique dinner menu. Blooood orange glaze, anyone?
Sur La Table's spider cake stand will add a hair-raising touch to your Halloween dessert presentation.
I'm all about adding ominous touches around the house for Halloween. This lampshade topper creates the right mood for Fright Night.
These Halloween candy jars are stylish and fun. They have an old-fashioned design and can be reused for years.
If you think crepe paper streamers are cliche, try draping your mantel with a quirky banner like this one instead.
Halloween Coir Mat
Lustrous, fire-glazed ceramic finish. Arrives beautifully boxed for easy gifting or storage. Hand wash. There's no more appropriate stage for your creepy culinary delights than our Patience Brewster Witch's Shoe Halloween Cake Plate. Designed in the signature Patience Brewster style with festive...
Add these bewitching, decorative spell books to your bookcase, and put a candle in front of each set to cast an eerie glow on them.
These fabric leg covers are so much fun. Slide them onto your dining room table legs — and hope your table doesn't run off.
Nothing says Halloween like a creepy skeleton. This guy would make the perfect guest greeter at the front door.
I simply must have a set of these skeleton hand servers. Imagine serving up spaghetti with some bloody marina sauce.
Skeleton Hand Servers
This natural basket filled with pretty dried flowers and truffle eggs is amazing. Send it to someone as an Easter gift.
There is no better way to celebrate with friends and family and remind them of this bountiful Easter than with a banner.
This runner and napkin set are spooky in a subtle way, and they sure beat those typical plastic holiday tablecloths.
Here's an only slightly sinister option for black and white candles. They're spooky, but they won't send a shiver down your spine.
Give your guests a small heart attack by scattering these on the floor. Or on the table. Or fill a vase with them.
I would love to use these in the house or on a door. They would be great for hanging things or holding items.
These appetizer plates have playing card designs with great vintage-inspired Halloween illustrations.
Of course you need this condiment set to match the drink holder. I'm getting excited about a Halloween party, and I'm not even throwing one!
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