This year is no exception. In fact, Martha Stewart Living has vastly expanded its Halloween merchandising this year, with new partnerships and new products. A partnership with Grandin Road will bring an entirely new line of Halloween products to market, exclusive to the retailer: glittered skeletons, costumes for adults and children (including Martha's Glampire outfit!) and a number of labels, invitations, window silhouettes and pumpkin decorations. Both Macy's and Michael's will be rolling out new Halloween products this year, and even Flor will be offering spirited Martha Stewart carpet tiles in black and orange, decorated in spider-web patterns. Nearly every facet of the Martha Stewart brand will be engaging in the Halloween celebrations, from a new special issue magazine (see below) to a new Halloween workshop at Marthastewart.com.
I'm still in patio mode and enjoying the last weeks of summer's heat, and I'm breaking my own rule about the keeping the blog seasonally appropriate, but I wanted to foreshadow some of the Halloween goodies by Martha Stewart you'll be seeing in stores soon. I couldn't help myself!I love these Mad Scientist wine labels, which come in a set of six, from Martha Stewart Crafts. The tree favour bags are delightfully spooky!
New, personalized invitations by Martha Stewart from Pingg. Choose a photo from the gallery and add your personal details.
This hanging skeleton from Martha Stewart Crafts is a steal for $6.99!
You may remember this silhouette from the cover of the October, 2005, issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine. It's now available at Grandin Road.These large, colourful, glittered chandeliers are made of cardboard and easily snap together for a striking effect, available at Grandin Road. This life-size glittered skeleton, previewed last October in Martha's magazine column, is also now available to buy in green, black or white. New this year from Flor is a line of Halloween-themed carpet tiles, to make the entrance to your home even more spooky to roaming trick-or-treaters.
Martha Stewart for 1-800-Flowers offers several new fall bouquets and wreaths, including the Jack-O-Lantern pumpkin patch bouquet.
More glittered chandeliers from Martha Stewart Crafts. And I love this Happy Halloween witch garland for just $5.99. The font is effectively vintage.