Halloween 2016 | Brooklyn Witch Supply Co.

It's that time again!  Halloween is just a few weeks away and the decorations are up.  This year we went witch crazy with a Witch Supply Co. concept.

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Why witches?  Well I owe it all to Ms. Agatha herself who is a little obsessed with flying and witches these days so it seemed like a perfect not to scary theme to use this year.


As you can see, we did a mix of both homemade and store bought decorations.  Some of my favorite elements started with pieces I picked up from the trash like one piece of a bi-fold door used to make this tall tall as well as the mirror and the trunk.



Another favorite element was this directional sign.  I had plan to have to cut the arrows out of wood myself until I spotted these wooden arrows at Michaels and my heart skipped a beat.  So easy and so impactful.  (Don't forget this value bag of spanish moss which pretty much spookifies everything in an instant!)


Does this broom display look a little familiar?  Thats because Inspired by Charm created this broom supply chalkboard years ago and it had always stuck in my mind.  I created a 3D version for this theme but I still think his version takes the cake!

I'm my own worst critic and I tend to just see the flaws but seeing Agatha's face light up when she saw the finished product made me so happy.  This is the first year she totally gets the concept of decorating and she is super proud of her house!  I'll call that a win.


Less than 2 weeks left to creep up the interior and get our costumes ready!  Who is ready for Halloween?


[If you are new around here or just wanted to get some more Halloween inspiration - check out all of past Halloween themes and projects.]

45 comments:

  1. I can't tell you how much I look forward to this post every year! This is easily one of my favorites! (And not just because you mentioned me in the post.)

    Bravo, friend. SO WELL DONE!!!

    xo Michael

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    1. Thanks so much Michael. That means a lot coming from you.

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  2. This is by far my most favorite one!!! You amaze me!

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    1. Thank you Mami - you are too sweet.

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  3. I think this is one of my favorites...and I love all your Halloweenifications!

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  4. My favorite post of the year!!! This is so good! That logo is legit! And that picture of your daughter and her face—she is so happy!

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    1. Thanks Emily. She is pretty excited. Now let's see if that enthusiasm lasts til Oct 31. Fingers crossed.

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  5. Looks fantastic! Great job!

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  6. You are my hero!!! I hope you & miss Agatha are binge watching Double Double Toil & Trouble with MK & A every Halloween!!!! Amazing work girl!!!

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    1. Is that a kid's show? If so, please share more. I only know that line from Macbeth.

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  7. i always love seeing your theme each year! this is so awesome!

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  8. gosh i ALWAYS look forward to see what y'all come up with for halloween! i neeeeeed to visit y'alls house during october hahaha (so if you ever see some curly haired girl lurking around snapping pictures, that's me!)

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    1. Thank you Amy! Feel free to stop by.

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  9. As always, you do a fantastic job getting your home into the Halloween spirit. I look forward to it every year! :)

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  10. Longtime lurker popping in to say what an awesome job you've done. Simply amazing!

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    1. Thanks for coming out of lurking and thanks for your sweet words.

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    1. Thanks Linda! Hope you are doing well.

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  12. Love love love it! You never disappoint! I love how you've managed to take something as ubiquitous as witches on Halloween and turn it into something totally fresh and new with the supply store concept!

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    1. Thanks so much Kayla. I do love a good theme :)

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  13. Amazing as always! My son is about Agatha's age and also obsessed with witches and flying. Is Agatha watching that same YouTube kids video? Lol :-)

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    1. No Youtube videos but she loves a Netflix short based on a Julia Donaldson book called "Room on the Broom" . She would watch it all day if we let her.

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  14. As usual a spectacular job! Well done.

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  15. Unbelievable! My favourite post...anywhere...of the year!

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    1. Thank you so much - that is really sweet of you to say.

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  16. Your decorations are amazing. So much thought and creativity - enjoy it! (and love that your daughter is proud too!)

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  17. I too am a longtime lurker to your site! I have been checking almost daily now for a couple weeks and was so excited to see the post with this year's theme! I love it! You always do such a great job! We go all out for Halloween and I am still trying to figure out my costume and thought about a classic, spooky witch and your post gives me the inspiration to go with that idea!

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    1. Thanks Rebecca - I hope I inspired your costume. Would love to see what you decide to go with.

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  18. She has grown so much!!!!!!!

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    1. Tell me about it! You can practically see the unimpressed teenager in there somewhere :)

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  19. OMGoodness, the witches are so cute and the brooms!

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  20. This is amazing and definitely my favorite theme. Then again as a child I went as a witch at least three times for Halloween.

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  21. I hope you know that your enthusiasm for spookfest decor and celebrations will create the best of memories for your family. The fun will get even better when your own little Boo-Boos start to take part in the planning and making; you'll be amazed at how much they'll inspire and challenge your creativity. Your Hallow'een outdoor decor is 'bootiful' as always, and I loved how you gave all the witches masks a different personality, but my favourite is the signage on your glass window by the front door. As a typography obessed word lover, I drooled a little when I saw that display. Would you mind sharing with your 'pretties' how you did that? (Oh, pretty, pretty please, with gnewt's eyes and jellied bees!)

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    1. Thanks Soul Scribbles. I normally just draw on the glass with a chalk marker but I have a certain 3 year old who is a little bit obsessed with wiping whatever I've just finished off so I used a cricut machine (a desktop laser cutting machine) to cut some vinyl for the wording. Hope that helps!

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  22. LOVE IT! How do you make all of your customized signage?

    Makes me super inspired for my own Halloween party this weekend! Hope you and the kiddies have a blast!

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  23. Where did you get your witches? Did you make them with masks, or were they already pre-made as a whole? I love them!

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  24. This is so awesome! I really love love this theme - all the details are so creative and fun. I love that you manage to make every year seem fresh and new. I'm not a huge Halloween decorator, but I love this. The witches and the door sign and the arrows and especially the broom decor. Just perfect.

    And that typography on your door is so awesome - I'm always inspired when I've seen you do this, and you have officially made me want to do this when I start decorating for Christmas.

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