Halloween was always played up as the best holiday at my house as a kid, which is probably why it remains my favorite to this day. I love the childhood innocence involved, as well as the more macabre side you learn about a few years later. My house is all decorated – maybe you’ve already seen it on social media – and I’ll be sharing more about that tomorrow. But for now here are four dozen All Hallows’ Eve treats I think you’ll love!
1/ 2-Ingredient Ghost Chocolate Cups 2/ Caramel Apple Sangria 3/ Screaming Face Print
4/ DIY Ghost Tassels 5/ Hand Painted Floral Pumpkin 6/ DIY No-Sew Monster Trick-or-Treat Bags
7/ DIY Paper Leaf Fall Garland 8/ Double Double Toil and Trouble Print 9/ Halloween Devotional Candles
10/ DIY Ghost Pinatas 11/ Moon Garland 12/ Printable Fang Treat Bags
13/ Printable Spooky Treat Bags 14/ S’mores Caramel Apple 15/ Skull Placemats
16/ Surprise Bloody Cake 17/ 3-Ingredient Hatchet Cookies 18/ Creepy Chocolate Chip Cookies
19/ DIY Bloody Baubles 20/ DIY Gilded Insect Faux Taxidermy 21/ DIY Marbled Candles
22/ DIY Optical Illusion Pumpkins 23/ DIY Skull Cake Plate 24/ Glow in the Dark Skull Pillow
25/ Skull Wall Decal 26/ Kitchen Sink Halloween Chocolate Bark 27/ Black Crow Doormat
28/ Printable Halloween Art 29/ Printable Spell Book Covers 30/ Sanderson Sister Black Sangria
31/ Sophisticated-Spooky Chalk Poster Set 32/ Vulture Print 33/ Beyond is All Abyss Necklace
34/ Creepy Eyeball Lollipops 35/ DIY Fornasetti Trays 36/ DIY Halloween Silhouette Plates
37/ DIY Marbled Indigo Pumpkins 38/ DIY Paint Pen Pattern Pumpkins 39/ DIY Sun Dyed Treat Bags
40/ Halloween Banner 41/ Hand Pillow 42/ Ladies Mannequin Hands
43/ Paper Bats Wreath 44/ Printable Spooky Candy Poppers 45/ Halloween Ornament Set
46/ Skull Chart 47/ Spooky Swirled Meringue Cookies 48/ DIY Wax Dipped Flowers
What started in 2011 as a brick and mortar shop in New York’s East Village is now available to the masses thanks to the internet. Still House has one of the best curated selections of interior accessories and jewelry I’ve come across in some time. Every single piece chosen by owner Urte Tylaite is clearly full of thought and intentional design choices, as timeless as they are beautiful. With goods from talented designers like Fort Standard, Kristen Elspeth, and a slew of others I’m looking forward to picking up a few special gifts for the holidays here in the coming months!
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Neon Zinn, AKA creator Seth Damm, is a collection of jewelry made from hand-dyed 100% cotton rope. Equally at home hanging on you wall as around your neck, Damm’s creations are expressive and experimental creations that can best be described as sculptural wearables.
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Fall is my favorite season, but it’s for the crisp air and wardrobe options rather than the pumpkin spice lattes (blech!) and shorter days. And I’m past ready to bring out ankle boots, sweaters, and hats. I wouldn’t mind adding these things to my life either…
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I have stupidly small hands that look kind of ridiculous with large rings. Back in high school – shout out to the 90s! – I’d stack my fingers full of chunky silver rings, but the style gods have smiled upon us and much has changed since then. Not only are tiny thin rings the preferred look, but I also now prefer gold. Check out these thirteen favorites.
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1/ Giant living painting with 26,500 real flowers at London’s National Gallery.
2/ Spanish street artist Pejac hangs gravity-defying shoes over city streets.
3/ Rocking chair bed.
4/ Inside the crazy world of Olympic pin trading.
5/ Aerial photos that capture the divide between rich and poor in South Africa.
6/ The creative projects inspired by the 2016 Rio Olympics.
7/ A glimpse inside a handmade amusement park 40 years in the making.
8/ Mesmerizing kinetic sculpture at the 2016 Olympics glitters like the sun.
9/ DNA-shaped suspension bridge inspired by the Olympic rings.
10/ A clever ring that let’s women point out the obvious.
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1/ We’re giving away a George Nelson Bubble Lamp on Instagram!
3/ Daniel Entonado
4/ Eight new notebooks
5/ Lorraine Nam
6/ Michael Nykamp’s Mid-Century Modern Homes
7/ Ring Soap
8/ Sigrid Calon Memory Game
9/ Snapbacks are where it’s at
Anything featuring tassels is usually either A. a little too grandma or B. a little too hippie for me. Not so with WKNDLA. Brass, wood, and cotton play prominent roles in the different sculptural wall hangings and accessories owner Cindy Zell makes and sells. Their modern, minimal vibe is a breath of fresh air.
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