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20 Spooktacular Party Decorations!

By poppytalk |

Halloween is creeping just around the corner and I’ve found some super-fun party decorations to help create the scariest of soirees. Most handmade, some vintage, all spooktacular!  (Above: Vintage Halloween Betsy McCall Paper Doll Party Table Decor, VintageScraps). Check them out in the slideshow:

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Handmade and vintage Halloween party decor

Paper misfortune cookie


About Poppytalk:

Jan is the author and co-founder of the Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to their online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

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5 thoughts on “20 Spooktacular Party Decorations!

  1. Handcrafted says:

    This site is excellent and so is how the subject matter was explained. I also like some of the comments too. Waiting for next post.

  2. janis nicolay says:

    Great collection of halloween decorations! I love the misfortune cookies.

  3. Nells Vintage House says:


    Thanks so much for featuring my black goblets in your feature. You’ve picked some really awesome items :)

  4. Mandy Behrens says:

    FAB collection! My girls will adore those misfortune cookies for sure! Thanks Jan!

  5. Laura Morris says:

    These are really cute and creepy. It reminds me of a friend years ago who tried a business concept called “Roses are Dead”. You can imagine the just. Jilted lover? Send them a gold box of dead. Roses with black tissue paper and your nasty note.
    She wanted me to take the orders at the time and I was not too keen on the negativity, but I am sure with some humor and tweaking it could be a cute idea.

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