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You’ll find a lot of homemade jewelry on Etsy.com, which is great, because no two stores are exactly alike. In fact, it is the uniqueness of HorrorCrafts that makes it this week’s Tuesday uEtsy Spotlight.
One of the more interesting pieces that HorrorCrafts offers in its store is this Ouija board themed bracelet. The photo charms give it a very mysterious look, perfect to complement any gypsy wardrobe or add a bit of spookiness to your work day. Imagine seeing your Vice President walking in, full formal work suit and this baby around his/her wrist. Corporate merger or spiritual takeover? BOTH.
HorrorCrafts offers many types of photo-bracelets. From vintage horror comics, to classic anatomy drawings, up to non-horror themes like Andy Warhol and Frida Kahlo. One example is the Classic Tattoo bracelet, fror those who want something less expensive (and less permanent) than the actual thing.
But horror fans be not afraid. HorrorCrafts has bracelets with zombies, famous monsters, and even of candy skulls for Dia de Los Muertos. Which brings us to the next object, a Dia de Los Muertos ring.
Look at that classy piece of artwork. Seriously, imaging rocking that this coming November. I don’t care what else you have on. That is some serious pull for the Day of the Dead. Get all the skeletons turning bleached-yellow with envy as you come strutting down with this on your finger.
Perhaps you’re a classy gent or lady who thinks that brooches are the way to go. Perhaps you’ve lost your wrists in a tragic accident that has you pursuing your finger-themed revenge on a world that’s done you wrong? You too can look classy and suave with some of HorrorCraft’s wooden pin/brooches. They feature the poster art from classic movies and some of the greater stars of monsterland.
Who wouldn’t want to have a blend of Christopher Lee/Coltrane ‘Blue Train’ on their chest? I’m serious. Look at that. If not your thing, how about some Steve McQueen with The Blob?
We don’t usually say this around here, but that is BAD-ASS.
We were afraid of showcasing this last piece because our coffers are a bit thin at the moment and if we had the right shillings available, we would have gotten it ourselves. Along with the brooches, rings and bracelets, HorrorCrafts offers two-sided pendents. One of their better ones features the late Lux Interior and The Cramps.
Along with the horror-rock icons, there are punk rock medallions (Dead Kennedys, The Clash), Horror stars (Leatherface, Evil Dead) and such. Thankfully, HorrorCrafts also does custom orders so if someone swipes up the pendent before we dig up the right coins.
Head over to HorrorCrafts today. You’ll find that everything is high quality and very reasonably priced. They do custom jobs and customer service is key with HC.
And join us next week for another Tuesday uEtsy spotlight.