Archive for the ‘Halloween’ Category

Crow Bottle Opener

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Perfect for your Devil’s Night soirée, this crow bottle opener is sure to delight all but your most ornithophobic guests. Perhaps too late to order for Halloween, but a great Christmas gift for your weird friend.

(via sfgirlbybay)

Vampire Teeth Place Card Holder

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

Put some bite into your Halloween party table setting with these funny fantastic vampire teeth place card holders.

Pumpkin Ale

Friday, October 10th, 2008

Just in time for Canadian Thanksgiving – and a bit early for the American day of thanks – Great Lakes Brewery has released its inaugural Pumpkin Ale. 

The subtle notes of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and allspice don’t overpower the distinguishable pumpkin flavor, conspicuously absent from many other pumpkin-themed brews.

I got the last case at the local LCBO, so act fast!

The Great Pumpkin Cake Pan

Monday, October 6th, 2008

I Have a sick obsession with bundt cake pans and this is one of my favorites. I’ve had this Williams-Sonoma pan for years and it never fails to impress at thanksgiving dinner.

If you’re short on time (lazy) like me, try this recipe which uses Bisquick as a base.

Candy Corn Hat

Monday, October 6th, 2008

Crafty? Why not make this adorable candy corn hat for someone special? Download your free template at Material Whirled.

Can you tell I have a thing for candy corns?

(via ThreadBanger)

Candy Corn Soap

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Sweet, sweet candy corn soap by Smokey Mountain Scents. Scented with candy corn fragrance (warm vanilla) with top notes of butter and a hint of almond. Num Yummy!

Also check out their candy corn scented candles!


Friday, September 26th, 2008

Halloween is definitely our second favorite holiday here at Batman Smells, so keep checking back for more treats and tricks all through the month of October.

Illustrator Marc Gervais sure knows how to make the kiddies soil their Spider-man suits. His deliciously disheartening animations are available on DVD for you to project onto your own fright house window. Thanks to Jonathan for the tip!

(Via Veer)


Monday, September 15th, 2008

Now, this goes against my upbringing, but who could resist an item that combines the traditions of Christmas with the grim imagery of Halloween – and monogrammed no less! Get yours at Pottery Barn Kids for the not-so-low price of $129.00.