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October 31st is right around the corner and it is time to break out the candy, customs and sppoky decor. Vintage-inspired decor can create an eerie, old-timey, look in any space—plus, it’s much different than the typical gory modern Halloween decor.
I love the look of Vintage Halloween Decor, but I don’t really want to spend the time or money buying authentic vintage decor. These Reproduction Vintage Halloween Decorations look the part, so there is no need to search eBay or antique stores for the real deal.
I’ve rounded up my favorite cardstock deocrations with a vintage vibe. Many are actual reproductions from the Beistle Company, created by Vintage Beistle, a company who loaunched in 2012 with the intention of reintroducting the archived Halloween orignals. The products listed below are actual reproductions of popular items in the Beistle line from many years ago. Most of the art designs selected are truly “vintage” reproductions and were orignially designed between the years of 1920’s and 1950’s.
The Witch, Moon & Pumpkin Cutouts are authentic vintage-looking Halloween decorations. These designs were actually designed by The Beistle Company from circa 1933 and artwork has been digitally reproduced. These designs can be hung on a wall or from the ceiling. They are sure to make your Halloween party a classic. The set includes a walking witch, a witch's head, a jack-o'-lantern, and the crescent moon and stars. All designs are printed in three colors of orange, black and yellow on both sides of cardstock material. Each cutout measures 9 inches and the set contains 4 different designs per package.
This spooky collection of Cat Cutouts displays a Halloween witch with her black cats and the classic Beistle smiling moon. Each package contains a set of 4 cutouts that are perfect for any Vintage Halloween collector looking for that classic-look to decorate for the Halloween season. Each design is printed on both sides of cardstock and measure 9 inches in length. Each reproduction takes you back in time to when these cutouts were made by The Beistle Company in the 1950's.
What is more classic Halloween than the Jointed Scratch Cat? The Jointed Scratch Cat is one of the most classic Halloween decorations that everybody loves. Halloween can't be complete without a Jointed Scratch Cat. This design has been around for awhile and copied many times. Your parents and grandparents may have remembered this when they were kids. This Jointed Scratch Cat is a reproduction from the original done by The Beistle Company back in 1928. The legs and tail are attached with brass fasteners and are movable. Position and reposition this classic cat anyway you want. Each Vintage Jointed Scratch Cat measures 14 inches by 20 1/2 inches. Material is made out of cardstock and printed on both sides.
First manufactured in 1960, this colorful and iconic Halloween Jointed Goblin will lend a sense of nostalgia to your Halloween decor this season. This popular die-cut goblin has graced countless homes, and the durable design was enjoyed year after year. Poseable arms and legs allow for multiple display options and encourages interaction from all who pass by. The card stock material is printed on both sides, and with legs fully extended, measures a large 30 inches tall! You will receive one jointed goblin per package.
Celebrate Halloween with a blast from the past when you add this Vintage Halloween Jointed Witch to your decorations! Recreated from the original artwork released in 1976, this fully jointed cut-out is a classic! The witch stands 4.75' tall and is printed one side on high quality cardstock.
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