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Not just for Halloween: Spooky yet stylish finds

Oct 5, 2015

by Alice Young

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Prep for Halloween often involves pumpkin carving, fake blood splattering and gruesome costumes that sadly only see the light of day once a year. So we’ve found spooky yet stylish handmade items from the UK and nearby to ensure there’s more treats than tricks during your supernatural celebrations.

The creepy crawlies on this porcelain bowl add a spooky element to Halloween celebrations and make a playful addition to your everyday crockery.  
Bug ceramic bowl, £24, Kina Ceramic Design

These Belgian white chocolate skulls would be a welcome addition to any Halloween banquet, but, make no bones about it- the stylish chocs are perfect treats all year round.
Day of the Dead chocolates, £17.50, Whimsical Cake Company

Give a subtle nod to Halloween with this minimalist owl and moon necklace.
Owl and moon necklace, £20, Minimal 2 Boho

You can imagine this cobweb-like wallhanging gracing a witch’s hut or a stylish apartment.
Macrame wall hanging, £29, Grace Cook Knitwear

Even the most superstitious wouldn’t be able to resist these black cat collar clips, which add quirkiness whatever day of the year.
Black cat collar clips, £16, Ladybird Likes

This fringed sleeve dress would ensure you’re acing the gothic and boho trends for AW15. Simply add a pointed hat and broomstick for a spellbinding witch outfit.
Fringe sleeve witchy dress, £70, Violet House Clothing

Gothic crochet doilies are too cool to use just once a year.
Black crochet doily, £8.50, Esters Doilies

Regardless of the date, blushing ceramic ghosties are frightfully cute and deserve to be the salt shaker of choice.
Ghost salt shaker, £10.50, Barruntando

How’s that for a frightful list of spooky pieces? Tweet us your fave at @EtsyUK or leave a comment below.


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