American Crafts Halloween Collection

Alright, I know that it seems like I’m obsessed with Halloween scrapbooking paper lately, and that’s probably because I am. There are just too many awesome collections this year for me to ignore! American Craft’s Halloween papers stood out to me immediately not just because of the spooky cute illustrated patterns, but also because of the rockin’ color scheme. I love their use of blue in a Halloween palette!

American Crafts Halloween

images from American Crafts / Two Peas in a Bucket

Paul Thurlby Alphabet Prints

I love kitschy retro imagery, and I love the alphabet trend that’s been hot, hot, hot this year so, of course, it was love at first sight when I spotted these alphabet prints from London based illustrator, Paul Thurlby, over on Hello! Lucky’s blog the other day. It’s always so much fun to see what different creatives do with an alphabet! Each letter is available as a limited edition 12″ x 9″ signed and numbered giclee print, and you can check out all of the letters over at Paul Thurlby’s shop. Here’s a sneak peek:

Paul Thurlby Alphabet

images from Paul Thurlby

Halloween Rubberstamps at Alpha Stamps

I know that plenty of you are on the lookout for Halloween rubber stamps, and Alpha Stamps has a terrific collection of creepy ones. If you’re looking for something that’s more sinister than sweet, then you’re sure to find something that you like amongst the skulls, ravens, and retro poison bottle labels. Alpha Stamps has both mounted and unmounted stamps, and they also carry creepy collage sheets that you can use to create Halloween cards, decorations, and more.

Halloween Rubber Stamps

images from Alpha Stamps

Linda & Harriett Letterpress Flower Pins

Letterpress Flower Pins

Letterpress Flower Pins

I’m loving these amazing flower pins from Linda & Harriett, first spotted over on Amy Atlas’s blog. Each pin is made to order and is constructed by hand from letterpress misprints. What a great way to recycle, and what a pretty result! The pins could be used in so many ways — as pins on clothing, pinned onto front of the tablecloth at the wedding party table at a wedding, as gift wrap embellishments or closures for gift bags, shower favors, garlands, and the list goes on and on.

images from Linda & Harriett