Fay and Cheri's Favorite Things -- Halloween Edition
Ghosts, witches, skeletons, and pumpkins are all ready to come out for Halloween night! As the spooky holiday approaches here are a few things to help make your house, and your holiday festive:
1. Glitter Bones-- These sparkly skeleton bones make afun decoration. They would be perfect hanging from the front door in place of a wreath. The glitter turns a spooky skeleton into something dazzling.
2. Giant spiderweb -- This spiderweb is available in a large or small size. These thick black webs are perfect to hang on the ceiling, over your door, or any large space you want decorated. We also have a large long-legged spider that can be put on the web for a creepy feel.
3. Spider Jewlery-- A large jeweled spider bracelet is the perfect addition to any Halloween outfit. It is the final touch on a witch costume, or subtle enough to wear to an office that doesn't like to dress the occasion. You will want to wear it all season long.
4. Branch lights-- These lights are not only perfect for Halloween but for any decorating. They come in white with white branches, white with brown branches, orange, and other assortments. The orange just scream Halloween.
5. Stork with baby-- Ok, so maybe this is not the most spooky item but with the holidays approaching a baby's first christmas ornament is always a welcome addition to a family christmas tree. If you think to send it as an early christmas present it can be hung on the tree and enjoyed all season long. It can be personalized too with the babies name and birth date.
Holiday Wine -- When having a holiday party themed wines are a great way to coordinate all the decorations, games, and decor. Renegade, Vampire, and Renegade to name a few.
I have been a part of the Christmas Attic for my whole life, and over the last 25 years I have been involved in most aspects of the family business. I have seen it all, from the work of designers like David Strand and Christopher Radko, to nutcrackers and smokers from Germany, to gifts and homewares from France. But somehow I'm still always excited to see the latest thing.
I operate a little like Santa's elves . . . behind the scenes! As the Christmas Attic webmaster, my job is to make sure the website comes as close to possible to being like a trip to the Christmas Attic itself. That can be a challenge -- there's no place quite like our shop -- but it's one I truly enjoy.