Vintage Halloween Decor From Etsy

October 5, 2017

By Tab Byrum

I love Halloween and my favorite things to decorate with are things that many consider Folk Art or handmade by artists and anything Vintage, today we are going to take a look at a few things available on the Etsy website under the category of Vintage Halloween. Some of the items we are going to look at today are truly vintage or antique pieces and some of them are new but are made to look vintage or antique. There are pages and pages on Etsy to scroll through and see what people have for sale in the way of Vintage Halloween or what people have created themselves. Remember to click on anything orange in the descriptors to visit the website for the item. I hope you enjoy this little stroll down memory lane and let me know if you use any vintage or antique pieces to decorate for Halloween, have a great day and Enjoy!!! (above via)

From Shop Cherry Sprinkles we have Vintage inspired paper products, these were once the most popular way to decorate for parties and I still love to use them today. These are all done in heavy cardstock, you get eight fans and three die cut images to add to some of the fans. (via)

Witches are one of my favorite images for Halloween and this one combines two of my favorite things, the Wizard of Oz and books. The folks at PrintStall print their art images on recycled dictionary pages to create a one of a kind look. (via)

Coasters are a must in our homes so why not make them fun and frightening. Cheltenham Road has this set of six coasters that are inspired by Vintage Halloween advertisements, the perfect place to set your brew during a Halloween party. (via)

These spooky ladies are posing for an original¬†1800’s photograph that has been reprinted today by Patrician Prints. The print is done on archival, matte acid-free paper and is ready to frame. (via)

I’m practicing restraint and not buying this guy right now from Vintage Shopping Spree. This is an antique plastic Jack-O-Lantern and Cat lamp that was originally made popular in the 1950’s. (via)

And last but not least we have this handmade pillow cover by Elliott Heath Designs. The cover is inspired by Vintage Halloween advertising and postcards and is done on 100% cotton, a great addition to any room. (via)

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