Last year I created a blog post entitled ‘Halloween-The Vintage Roundup Party‘ which was a mishmash of Halloween “Things” to get you in the spirit of the day. I had so much fun with this post that I decided to do a round 2 with even more cool Halloween items.
Let the Halloween Roundup Party (Part 2) begin….again!
Vamp The “Enticer” Soda Labels (1930s) for all the vampire lovers out there.
In need of a really cool Art Deco Vintage Halloween Piece? Then you’re in luck with this adorable Die Cut blonde Flapper in a clown costume.
Harlequin Clowns were very popular in the 1920’s as seen in this original (I’m going to assume Halloween due to most of the group being dressed up) photo.
I hate spiders but I just might consider buying this vintage spider brooch (with a Bakelite body) because it’s just looks really fun for a creepy spider brooch.
By far one of the coolest vintage items I have come across for this post, is this 1925 Dennison’s Bogie Book. A book of Suggestions for Decorating and Entertaining at Hallowe’en, Harvest Time and Thanksgiving. This book would be a goldmine of amazing ideas to host a truly authentic 1920’s party.
If your more of 1950’s guy or gal then this nifty little Pack-O-Fun craft book filled with lots of Halloween costume and craft ideas is perfect for you.
1950’s Halloween Cupcake Toppers – Cats, Witches and Pumpkin men.
Bring 1920’s Halloween decor into your home with this antique box depicting a costume masquerade ball. According to the Etsy Vendor the name on the box in Russian means “Theatre Cape”. Hmmmm I wonder what that looked like?
Scare the ghosts and vampires away with this 1920’s Halloween Noise Shaker.
Need a Halloween costume for next year (never too late to start planning)? Then pickup these adorable vintage 1950’s cat ears. Add a black dress and a tail and then you are done. You can thank me later 🙂
And we are done for another year. Hope you enjoyed this vintage Halloween roundup and I hope that your Halloween weekend (and day) will be filled with spooky fun. I will be attending 2 Halloween parties and then going out with a friend and her wee one, so make sure you follow me on Instagram to see all the fun I will be posting.
Question time: Do you have a favorite vintage Halloween item that you like to put out every year or maybe even wear? If so then please share.
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