Shopping

I found this Bone Forest Gifts while I was hunting around for Christmas hints for the Spousal Unit. I refuse to come up with a specific wishlist, but I’m happy to point him to a couple shops. This one is in Russia, so I doubt it could ship in time. Maybe for my birthday?

Marianne says the people in town call her the forest witch. I’m sure they mean it in a good way.

Octopus-man Skull Pendant. $60

Monk Skull Spider Set. $55

Crescent Moon. $45

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Got a vampire who needs killing? Zombie? Heading off for a pirate adventure? Phineas J. Legheart has what you need.  Now, this site is almost a Web Wraith, with the facebook page two years out of date, so if you decide to engage the service of Mr. Legheart, be sure you correspond directly, first.

The Bastille, $395

The Professional, $295

The Professor Zombie Killing Kit (sold out)

One of my favorites comes on its own, but also with the Inquisitor kit:

Vampire Skull Trophy Case (pictured here with The Inquisitor set)

 

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Dark Balaur makes beautiful laser-cut items for witches, and the witchy, at Pandora Witch Shop.  When I first saw his stuff, I thought it was gorgeous, but I was suspicious, because there is so much art theft out there. So I tracked down the artist, Ksenia Svincova, and made sure it was legit. Indeed, she has been working with the shop for some time, so it’s all on the up-and-up.

Morticia Addams Book of Shadows, $85

Morticia Addams Book of Shadows, $85

Pandora Ouija Board, $50

Zodiac, Cancer, Book of Shadows, $100

Gold Sun Wheel of the Year, $35

Baphomet Spirit Board, $80

 

 

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Lori Plummer of The Glass Hive makes things that are exactly to my taste: spooky and elegant. My birthday is October 1, and I love the white coffin box. Just sayin’.

[UPDATE: Nevermind. I couldn’t stop myself from buying the white coffin myself. This is why I’m hard to shop for.]

Of the Grave’s Delight

Bats in the Belfry

A Tisket, a Tasket

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One of my spooky dreams is to someday have a seance with full special effects. Unleash Your Dreams has the props to make it a reality. Everything they make is just beautiful. Much of it is PK (Psycho-kinetic…er…magnetic) reactive and ready to move, flicker, knock, and generally be magical.  The catalog is a little strange, but fun to browse through. Get a good look at many of the props from their Youtube videos.

Rapping Hand

 

Spirit Lamp

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OMG the Pyramid Collection’s Halloween stuff is out!

Now, normally, I check the mail, and catalogs go in the recycling before they make it to the house, because temptation and I are BFFs. The Spousal Unit checked the mail, and handed me the catalog. Oops. He offered to recycle it later, but by then I’d glimpsed the wonders, and it was too late.  I clutched it to my chest and hissed: “mine!”

There are tons of beautiful costumes, but that’s not really my thing. What I love is the spooky-themed clothing you can wear anywhere. Well, if you’re me.

Ms. Bones Dress

Skeleton Poncho

Spiderweb Lace Maxi Dress

Gothic Rose Spiderweb Hat

Glow in the Dark Skeleton Dress

Bats Fringed Poncho

Black Widow Shoes

I could spend about $6,000 right now, but I’m being frugal for my meetup with Ms. Misantropia in New York next month.  I hope some of these items (those shoooooes!) stay in stock long enough for me to grab them later.

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Need a spooky catnip toy? Of course you do.  In addition to having a crazy-cool shop name, Apocalypse Meows sells handmade catnip bag toys with a decidedly eerie bent.

Victorian Skeleton Couple

Ouija Board

Frank!

With prices ranging from $1.50 – $3.50, you can afford to treat your furry monster to several.

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