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If you want to show your pride, this necklace is for you! I attached silver plate chain to aluminum chainmaille rosettes, with purple, blue, green, yellow, orange and red beads. It measures 20 inches.


5.00 USD

If you want a pop of color, this necklace is for you! I attached silver plate chain to aluminum chainmaille rosettes, with 3 metal beads. The colors compliment each other - orange, purple and pink. It measures 20 inches.


10.00 USD

Tale of the Zombie Elves

Many years ago the government of a large country that shall remain to this day nameless needed to dispose of a newly created biological weapon. This viral biohazard was the result of a failed experiment to create soldiers that obeyed orders and didn?t think for themselves. It had unpleasant side-effects.

To ?safely? destroy this contaminant the nameless government decided to dump the hazardous material well above the Arctic Circle where the cold and ice would ? so they thought ? take care of their little problem.

There were two flaws in this solution: 1) certain children?s beliefs were not myths but manifest in actual, living beings, and 2) decades later global warming would melt the ice, warm the temperature, and expose the merely dormant virus?

Meet Sugarplum. He was a sweet little elf. He prefers his brains sweet too..


This vintage ornament has been re-painted; the brain is made from clay. He measures 5 inches long. He can be used as an ornament or in any other Christmas decor. Perfect gift for zombie lovers!


10.00 USD

Tale of the Zombie Elves

Many years ago the government of a large country that shall remain to this day nameless needed to dispose of a newly created biological weapon. This viral biohazard was the result of a failed experiment to create soldiers that obeyed orders and didn?t think for themselves. It had unpleasant side-effects.

To ?safely? destroy this contaminant the nameless government decided to dump the hazardous material well above the Arctic Circle where the cold and ice would ? so they thought ? take care of their little problem.

There were two flaws in this solution: 1) certain children?s beliefs were not myths but manifest in actual, living beings, and 2) decades later global warming would melt the ice, warm the temperature, and expose the merely dormant virus?

Meet Twinkles. One of the youngest elves, he was a little shy. Not so much now..

This vintage ornament has been re-painted; the brain is made from clay. He measures 5 inches long. He can be used as an ornament or in any other Christmas decor. Perfect gift for zombie lovers!


20.00 USD

I used premium cotton fabric, one with sugar skulls, the other plain black, and tied it all together with and black grosgrain ribbon. It measures 9 feet long, with 18 inches on either end for tying. The fabric triangles are 5 inches on each side. It can be used inside or outside.


20.00 USD

Such a cute banner for the season! I used premium cotton fabric, one with pumpkins and jack o'lanterns, the other with polka dots, and tied it all together with and black grosgrain ribbon. It measures 9 feet long, with 18 inches on either end for tying. The fabric triangles are 5 inches on each side. It can be used inside or outside.


5.00 USD

These are so creepy! Celebrate the Halloween season with a little hand with your hair! These are made with resin skeleton hands.


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These are so cute! Celebrate the season with a little candy corn! These are made with resin candy corn, with a hint of glitter. Great for kids of all ages!


10.00 USD

Thanks[for]giving us Brains?

To this day it has always been assumed from the recorded account that the ill-equipped Pilgrims perished that first winter from exposure to the elements and lack of basic necessities. Recently discovered letters and journals tell a more sinister tale?

History records that Plymouth was founded on the hastily abandoned Native village of Patuxet. When the Pilgrims settled the site they found the unburied remains of the previous inhabitants. History also documents that these poor Native souls perished from an unknown plague simple referred to as ?Indian Fever.? Certain writings ? suppressed until their recent discovery ? describe that the Pilgrims listed as deceased didn?t necessarily die. Perhaps they too succumbed to the ?disease? and began feeding on their companions?

Constance would make a lovely complement to a non-traditional Thanksgiving. Perfect for people who love zombies! She currently has a string in her hat for hanging, but you could also put her in a cornucopia or wreath.

These vintage ornaments have been re-painted; the brains hand sculpted out of clay. They each measure 6 inches long.


10.00 USD

Thanks[for]giving us Brains?

To this day it has always been assumed from the recorded account that the ill-equipped Pilgrims perished that first winter from exposure to the elements and lack of basic necessities. Recently discovered letters and journals tell a more sinister tale?

History records that Plymouth was founded on the hastily abandoned Native village of Patuxet. When the Pilgrims settled the site they found the unburied remains of the previous inhabitants. History also documents that these poor Native souls perished from an unknown plague simple referred to as ?Indian Fever.? Certain writings ? suppressed until their recent discovery ? describe that the Pilgrims listed as deceased didn?t necessarily die. Perhaps they too succumbed to the ?disease? and began feeding on their companions?

Samuel would make a lovely complement to a non-traditional Thanksgiving. Perfect for people who love zombies! He currently has a string in his hat for hanging, but you could also put him in a cornucopia or wreath.


These vintage ornaments have been re-painted; the brains hand sculpted out of clay. They each measure 6 inches long.

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