In 2010, writer Neil Gaiman came up with a brilliant idea: during the week of Halloween, we should give each other scary books. That’s how All Hallow’s Read came into being. What could be better than a celebration that involves giving books?
I designed the Poe-themed Cold & Alone Bookmark Set with scary books in mind. Just print, fold, add a swipe of glue and some ribbon, and you’ll have a nice matching set to adorn your books.
Here’s an easy, but beautiful addition to any Halloween decor: just print out the Magical Cone Doll Kit, poke a few holes with a pin, and do a little gluing. Place over a battery-operated tea light, and let the lights flicker. So pretty!
For a spooky addition to your Halloween decor, try these matchbox shrines, made with the Skull Shrines digital kit. The kit comes with all the pieces and parts you need to turn a standard matchbox into a skull shrine, including step-by-step instructions. Just print, cut, and decorate!
Or, you can buy the one on the right, with the orange flowers. It’s for sale in my Etsy shop!
Who loves to play dress up for Halloween? Raven & Ginger do! These two sets from the Raven/Ginger/Saffron paper doll series are designed with Halloween in mind. All the pieces and parts from the sheets are interchangeable with all the others in the series, and each set comes with dolls in three skin tones.
I made this artist trading card using an image from the Creepy Canning sheet, which contains all sorts of crazy jars filled with eyeballs and heads. Someone made a card from one of these, and sent it while I was laid up last year, and it cracked me up!
These Graveyard Wrappers are possibly the silliest matchbox wraps I’ve designed. They turn standard matchboxes into tiny graves, complete with tombstones and little skellie inhabitants. They’d make great decorations, or place cards for a party.
I love to use words in my work, which is why there’s such an odd collection of word and alphabet sheets here at Ten Two Studios. This card, for example, was made using the Halloween Sayings Tickets, Halloween Bingo Cards, and Halloween Word Art. All three sheets are very handy if you already have tons of Halloween images, and just need an artfully designed sentiment to go with them.