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Halloween Traditions Around the World

Want to make some Halloween fun this year? How about dressing up your little one in this “Boo! Scared you!” kitty outfit and dancing along with La Santa Cecilia’s La Negra? After all, when the black invites you to dance, you can’t say no. And who could say no to this adorable black kitty? What a fun way to bring traditions from around the world together with the Celtic-influenced Halloween (see our Halloween Unmasked post) and Mexico’s Día de los Muertos.

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Halloween Unmasked

Are you trying to find the right bag for trick-or-treating? What about this one with a colorful and fun design called Ferald and The Rotten Pumpkins? (Sounds almost like a garage band, don’t you think? :D )

Carved pumpkins, trick-or-treating or costumes probably come to mind when you think about Halloween. But how much do you really know about this holiday’s history and origin? If you want to find out how many cultural, religious and even occult traditions have shaped Halloween until it got the present form, watch this short National Geographic video. Yes, that’s right, no music today.

Spooky Scary Skeletons

I have a confession to make. When I showed Dean the song to go with this design, he just looked at me and said, “You scare me sometimes.” (That’s a good thing at Halloween, right?) But really, who can resist dancing along with these Spooky, Scary Skeletons! Come on now! You know you want to dance along! And have a cup of coffee in this great Skull Confetti mug to get your energy going! Let’s all dance with the skeletons!


Can you feel the autumn wind blowing? Ravenlord is coming to stay. Can you hear the passing bell tolling? Ravenlord takes you far away…

Great song by Hammerfall fits this fall design perfectly imo. And I’m sure it’s creepy enough even for all the Halloween lovers out there. Btw, after you buy this, try to put it on and see if Samhain likes it enough to leave you alone. *grins*


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