Well, it’s official—I’ve begun planning my 2011 Hallowe’en line. It all started when I found a batch of this fabric and couldn’t pass it up.
Then I found some lovely black cotton ruffle trim to pair it with, and some vintagey gold foil autumn leaf dresden die cuts to use in a garland with this gal I picked up last year. I’m excited—this is just the beginning, folks! I still have months of planning, hunting, and gathering to do before I get to work on my Halloween goodies over summer—but I’m off to a good start!
I’m also working on a Halloween-themed branding project at school that I’m extremely excited about, and I’ve been having so much fun pulling together tons of spooky, vintage inspiration for. I’ll be sure to post more about that project as I’m finishing it up in the coming weeks.
Another flame fueling the Halloween fire right now is my recent acquisition of this book—Haunted Air by Ossain Brown*. It is filled with Brown’s unforgettable collection of vintage Halloween photographs. The book is brilliant, beautiful and brimming with so much inspiration and that lovely, spooky punctum distinct to old Halloween photos that I adore so much.
And with all this gushing about Halloween, it’s time for another round of fantastic vintage photos I lusted after over on eBay over the past few months. Past collections can be found here, here, and here. Enjoy!