I have another of my wonderful Halloweenerrific readers to thank for this bit of information. John Lewis is selling some nice Halloween stuff online (and in store I’m guessing). Not somewhere that I would usually expect to find it!
Yes, the feedback on the site so far this year has been great, and best of all, when people are telling me stuff, I get to tell more people about it. Sharing the Halloween love! 🙂
It seems that everyone is getting in the spirit of things recently, and with the reputation that John Lewis has, you should be pretty safe in thinking that these goods will be of high quality.
Although their site doesn’t have a massive amount on it, I did notice one or two things that I liked the look of.
First up is the LED pumpkin. I have a few of these kind of lights. I generally end up getting one a year, not sure why. The main problem with the ones that I have bought in the past is that for some reason or another, they stop working part way through the night. I always put in new batteries, so it’s not that, so it must be something to do with the traditional style bulbs that they have inside.
Therefore, I’m very interested to see one of these LED ones in action. Perhaps they will make it through the night!
Halloween by candle-light
If you’re looking for a more tradtional source of light, how about this nice black candleabra? It glitters and looks pretty stylish. Would go great with one or two of the haunted house tealight holders that they also sell. I have a couple of these myself (tealight holders) and think they always get admiring comments.
If you want a candleabra that has a bit more wow factor, you might also want to look at the Innermost Ghost Candelabra which we have in a kind of flouescent green. We got it cheap from somewhere and love the fact that it lights up under blacklight. Even without, it looks pretty cool.
Finally, I just wanted to mention the Halloween crackers. They’re definitely a new item on the Halloween block and although I haven’t been overly interested in them in the past, I could be tempted this year.
The John Lewis crackers contain a game and I’m guessing hats. At £10, they are priced about the same as the Christmas variety.
Should make a nice change at any civilised but devilish dinner party…
Check out what else they have on offer here: John Lewis Halloween