Superlative Etsy Finds: Halloween Special #1: Party Time!

It’s already Halloween season here at Need Coffee, and this month all of our Superlative Etsy Finds will be themed for that glorious time of year! Looking for party decorations for your own holiday bash? Here are some great places to start– step into our Fantasy Halloween House Party and see some of what is out there to decorate with.

Vintage Halloween Garland, 2-D Funny Masks

As you step up to our party house, you may notice this Snake & Spider Halloween Wreath from Amy LaRoux, which would be a great addition to any creepy front door. A bonus feature of a piece like this might be the ability to keep solicitors or boring neighbors away from your door…for the month of October at least…

And to welcome you in, there is a very festive garland from RawBone Studio. Robin Romain has made this Vintage Halloween Garland from old-school Halloween masks from the 1960s. The majority of her shop is comprised of handmade Day of the Dead decorations, which are also really great (and there are some other equally creepy vintage image Halloween garlands as well!).

Halloween Table LuminariesPirate Skull and Crossbones Etched Beer Glasses

To add a little more spookiness inside, we’ll be wanting these Luminaries from Minks Paperie to brighten up a mantlepiece or side table. Nina has lots of luminaries and other signs on offer, as well as the option to make luminaries of your family’s faces. Well, copies of their faces…we’re not talking in a Clive Barker sense.

After all of this wandering around our fictitious house, I think we could all use a drink. Luckily, there are these fabulous Skull & Crossbones etched pint glasses from Bread and Badger to help us imbibe. Amanda and Sean do all of their own designs and engraving in-house, and they have some other really neat hand-etched glassware as well.

Hopefully this little tour has inspired you to check out some great handmade Halloween decorations on Etsy for your own festivities. They’ve recently added the option for sellers to take credit card payments without going through PayPal, which makes it that much easier to get the fun stuff you need this holiday season from lots of shops.

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