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Monday Must-Haves: Halloween Decor Under $50

Monday, October 9th, 2017

Rusted Halloween Garden Stakes | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopThese must-haves will add extra charm to your Halloween decor this year, and are budget friendly so you can save more for candy and treats. Plus, they are all in-stock so you will get them in time for All Hallow’s Eve.

Clarice with Cat Witch Sculpture | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

$19.95

Made in the USA, these garden stakes are crafted from weathered metal and will give your garden or yard a spooky look this Halloween. Sold separately, there are many other designs to choose from for decorating your outdoor spaces all year long.

Halloween Snow Globe | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

$34.95

If you missed our suggestion for using soft sculptures, view our October Quick Tip here. And then add Clarice to a mantel or bookshelf where she will charm any visitor.

$39.95

You may recognize this Spooky Snow Globe from years past, and while you will have to provide your own music, the warm lights inside the globe enhance the seasonal flair of this home accent.

Like the garden stakes above, the final two items are made in the USA. The Trick or Treat Halloween Sign is surrounded by a handcrafted wood frame, and coordinates with two other signs in our online catalog. The Happy Halloween Wood Clock is entirely handcrafted, from the pumpkins and witch to the bats standing in as numbers.

Happy Halloween Handcrafted Wood Clock | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Trick or Treat Halloween Sign | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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Halloween Decorating

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
Gather around guys and ghouls, for the witching hour is nigh. We here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop cast a spell inviting you to pick your poison from own collection of to die for harvest and Halloween décor. With a wide selection of spook-tacular seasonal decorative accents available, of corpse your Halloween gathering will be the best treat this year. Let’s take a look at what we have to offer for your next ghoulish gala.
Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble

Looking for additional ways to brew up fright in your home? There are many simple ways to make the change to Halloween throughout each room.

Witch Wreath Holder displays your favorite seasonal wreath to greet guests as they arrive as Bat Weather Vane alerts folks to the whims of the wind. Harvest Cat Framed Print offers primitive folk art appeal on any wall, and can be easily dressed up with spider webs on Halloween night.

Bat Weather Vane
Harvest Cat Framed Print Witch Wreath Holder

Lace Crow Accents Brew Up Bits of Fun in Every Room

Create a grand first impression by adding festive Halloween accents into every nook of your home.

From Lace Crow Accents to affix to your drapes, windows or any wall space to nostalgic humorous signs like All About the Shoes Sign to the little details on Witches Brew Bar Soap, your Halloween guests are sure to be pleased by the decorative accents your have placed throughout your home all in the spooky theme of All Hallows Eve.

Witches Brew Soap All about the shoes sign

Let the Light Shine in the Darkness

You can easily light the way for your petrified party goers with the warm glow of lights inside your home, on the porch or even in every window. Choose colored tealights to fit with your theme like mustard Wax Coated Tealights, offering a muted golden yellow hue for display throughout the harvest season. Even the most startled soul will find comfort in the luminosity of festive lights. Grapevine Pumpkin Lights can be used indoors or out, featuring tiny white lights inside grapevine pumpkins with wire frames to keep their shape. Long cords allow for connecting these gourds together.

Grapevine Pumpkin Lights

Pumpkin Gourd Candy Dish Terrifyingly Delicious Treats on Display

Once the witches and warlocks have all entered into the inner sanctum through the creaking doors, gather around the dining room table to taste the treats showcased in Pumpkin Gourd Candy Dish. Dare little ones to reach inside the gaping mouth to retrieve their favorite treats. The body of these candy dishes are created from USA grown, naturally dried gourds that are hand painted and carved to resemble these spook-tacular Halloween guests.


For the Smallest of Guests

The great thing about Halloween decorating is that you can make it spooky or whimsical. If you have small trick-or-treaters coming over to enjoy the festivities, decorate with little sculpture characters like Wicked Witch, the Cowardly Lion or Scarecrow. Destined to become favorite accents around your home all year. These adorable Lori Mitchell sculptures are versatile enough to use for Halloween or for giving as a gift to any fan of The Wizard of Oz.

Wicked Witch Sculpture
Cowardly Lion Collectible Scarecrow collectible

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~* Decorating with Witches this Halloween

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

It’s hard to believe the Halloween holiday is only a month and a half away. Have you started thinking about how you will decorate your home for Halloween this year? There are many ways to go about dressing up your home this time of year, but a good place to begin is with a specific theme. At Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, we suggest choosing from the variety of our witch decor, to showcase one of the most classic characters of the season.


From fun folk art collectibles to quality witch themed wall decor, these spooky ladies will be some of the favored decorations this year. Join in the fun and let our witches cast a spell on you, beginning with the new for fall 2012, Witch’s Hat Decorative, shown here to the left. Adorned with a tan gauze tie and a metal star, this Witch’s Hat is weighted to stay upright. Display the hat on a bench, stool or even in a bedroom, for an unexpected accent that will make you feel as though you too, have an unexpected guest this holiday.

Did you know the most common understanding of Halloween’s origin is that it derived from a Gaelic harvest festival, called Samhain? The Samhain festival, also known as the “Celtic New Year,” marked the end of harvest, “the light half” of the year. The October 31st to November 1st timeline, corresponded with the Catholic All Saints Day (Nov. 1st), later referred to as ”All Souls Day’ or “All Hallows Day.” The two events were then associated with one another and thus the night before, was called “All Hallows Eve.” A night where after sundown, the veil between the living and spirit world is said to be lifted. This window of time has become synonymous with witches, for their practice of witchcraft and enchanting spells.

Xanzabelle the Witch Soft Sculpture, pictured here to the left is ready to cast a spell on you and your guests this season with her green star wand. A new soft sculpture designed by artist Joe Spencer, with painted facial features and delightful Halloween details. Xanzabelle is a decorative witch to display on a bench, chair, or staircase of your home. Large green eyes and pressed together, tiny red lips add to her charm.

Another witch sculpture, this time crafted of resin, is new from artist Lori Mitchell. Our Trixie Halloween Sculpture is a cute little witch that’s ready for a night of trick-or-treating with her candy bucket. She even has a handheld mask to put over her face as she goes door-to-door. Accented by her black string hair, Trixie wears an orange and black costume, suitable attire for all Halloween decor. Collect all of Lori Mitchell’s Halloween sculptures for a real treat this season.

At Sturbridge Yankee Workshop we’re proud to have such a fine selection of witch themed items for your Halloween decorating needs. To see more Witchy Decorating ideas, click: Here.


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