From Think Geek
Interior decorating is tough. It’s about colors and spacing and figuring out how to communicate the correct feel for the space. We flip through all sorts of magazines, but somehow we never can quite recreate the look. Perhaps it’s because our tastes are slightly different than those of most decorators. For instance, you know what we think would really bring a room together? A rug? Good guess, but no, not this time. What really brings a room together is a tasteful display of some zombified body parts.
Pick up this gorgeous wood and glass shadowbox which protects a limited-edition replica of Daryl Dixon’s gruesome necklace of walker ears he strung together while he hallucinated a conversation with Merle. Recreated from the actual prop, only 1676 of these pieces were made by Gentle Giant. The case also contains a replica of actor Norman Reedus’s signature, plus it’s hand-numbered on bottom of box and on the included Certificate of Authenticity.
Here is the great thing about post Halloween clearance sales on the internet: they go on forever. To the point you might end up seeing some clearance items marked back up once we get to August of the next year. Anyway, here’s just a random vampire cape on sale from Stupid.com for less than ten bucks. You just cannot beat that for a random, but good deal.
Seems like we’ve been down this road before. In fact, I could have sworn I posted something about this before. However, it’s an updated story so I figured I’d pass it along again.
From Good Housekeeping…
Even though Disneyland is known as the “happiest place on earth,” that’s not enough to keep spooky spirits away. For years, there’s been talk of the park being haunted by ghosts of past guests, and even Walt Disney himself. But is there any truth to it?
This product mixes three of your favorite things together: sugar skulls, tea and cats. It’s a beautiful porcelain teapot shaped like a decorated kitty skull. The perfect present for your favorite crazy cat lady! Also good for serving tea to your cats during those parties you throw when you dress them all in gingham frocks and put on their frilly bonnets. So you’ll probably use it every day after work, right?