Do you want to see some awesome vintage Halloween collections?
I mean the kind that makes your heart go pitter patter? Makes you run out to Goodwill to see if they have any vintage Halloween left? Or raid your Great Aunt’s attic to see if she kept her witch costume from 1929?
Well, you’re in the wrong place 🙂 You’ll need to go elsewhere for that type of stuff.
But you are in luck, because I have made a list of some elsewhere places in which you can go (is that proper grammar?) . These are some awesome bloggers who really kick it into high gear for Halloween, so you can stop by their places to get your Halloween-ness on.
Musings From Kim K
Kim at Musings From Kim K decorates her house each year for a massive Halloween party. Like huge! And a lot of her decor is either vintage (her husband, Chris, is the king of vintage holiday estate sale finds) or crafted from vintage finds.
A post about her Halloween blow molds is HERE.
And a post about her Halloween dollhouse is HERE.
But, really you need to just scroll through her last month of posts to see all she has been up to. This is just a drop in the old bucket of her Halloween high jinks.
Another blogger who has fun Halloween eye candy is Laurie from Magpie Ethel. Just scroll down her blog and you’re going to die of envy from all her fun vintage Halloween stuff. Seriously, just write out your will right now, because it’s just that good.
This is just a teeny tiny little part of her dining room cabinet display HERE
And a teeny tiny part of her living room HERE
The Adventures Of Two Pyrex Crazy Thrifting Sisters
Erica and Hanna from The Adventures Of Two Pyrex Crazy Thrifting Sisters showed off Erica’s vintage Halloween collections HERE.
They have a TON of photos in that post, so you really need to check it out to appreciate the extent of Erica’s Halloween
Shara, the wacky lady from Monkeybox, has quite the Halloween collection too. You can find her loot HERE along with her witty musings on a thrifting life. I think Shara and I have a similar sense of humor. Demented.
Arbor House Lane
Last but not least is Alana from Arbor House Lane. She goes all out with her spooky decorations this time of year. Some of her stuff is vintage, but I would say most of it is just plain awesome! And a little bit on the scary side.
You can check out this year’s decor HERE.
If you have time to check around her blog you might think that she lives in a historic home, but no, it’s a newer build that her and her husband have put a lot of work into to give it a lot of character.
Now get out of here and go look at some fun Halloween stuff! Scat!
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