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I found these beautiful, vintage, German die-cut and embossed stickers and reproduced them into a playful Halloween decoration.

There's a smiling jack, surprised witch, scaredy cat, flapper squash girl and toothy devil. They were photographed, cleaned up, and then heat-transferred onto a piece of white wool felt for stability and durability. I then hand-cut each one and strung them onto a 5' (12.5m) piece of black and white Baker's twine. They are beautiful reproductions, each sized about 4 inches (10cm) square. Each garland comes packaged in a cellophane envelope with decorative header. These make wonderful gifts for friends, teachers and of course, yourself!

The twine is 5 feet (1.5m) long.

You can arrange the placement of each image as you like and they will stay in place once arranged. I made sure they hang upright, whether you have them floating in space or against something.

I am sure you will enjoy this Halloween decoration for years to come. Please do not hang in full sunlight as some fading will occur.

I'll be happy to include a gift card and mail out to a friend as a fun surprise gift. Thanks for looking!

I have other flat felt garlands here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RawBoneStudio?section_id=10404090

Vintage Halloween Garland, funny German die-cut reproductions, 2D vintage Halloween decor

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: matte photo paper, pigmented ink, wool felt, bakers twine
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 883 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1283 people