Make Your Halloween Ethically Eerie

This is a special shout out to my northern hemisphere readers – why not be green this Halloween? 

When witches go riding,
and black cats are seen,
the moon laughs and whispers,
‘tis near Halloween.
~Author Unknown
 

Spider Pendant by Rachel Entwistle – This spooky and stylish spider was handmade using 100% recycled silver
Halloween Trick or Treat Basket by Prairie Threads – This cute eco-friendly bowl has been crafted from repurposed fabrics. I love the little spider detail :o)
Puppy Treats Halloween Pack from Waggy Dog Bakehouse – Now your best bud can join in the holiday fun with these organic and low-allergen – wheat, gluten, soy and dairy free – yummables!
Werewolf Tee by TrashN2Tees – This fun upcycled tee was made using reclaimed materials and is one of a kind! To date TrashN2Tees has diverted nearly 2.5 tons of clothing from the landfill
Skull Halloween Card by Manipulated PaperBoth the card and envelope are made of 100% recycled 100% post consumer content paper – I love the quirky skull cutout!
Baby Got Bat Bag from Mod Cloth – This vegan bag makes spooky adorable!
Spooky Ghost Trick or Treat Bag by Island Picnic – This great looking bag is made from 100% certified organic cotton fabrics and has plenty of room for tons of treats!
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun Tee by Flippin Sweet -This organic cotton fitted tee is perfect for getting into the holiday spirit without having to don an entire costume
Eco Halloween Masks by The Tree House Kid – These delightful masks are crafted from eco-felt which is made using 100% post-consumer recycled plastic
Silver Bat Earrings by Digger’s Gold – These sweet little bats were made using 100% recycled sterling silver
Baby Animal Hat by Soul Role – AAhhhh so cute! This eensy-weensy hat is made from organic cotton and according to the designer “It is almost a moral obligation if you have a baby to put an animal hat on them..” >> I agree!
Eco-Friendly Halloween Cutlery by Oscar and Ollie – These eye-catching implements are made from Forest Stewardship Council certified birch wood
Skull Tie Charm Bracelet by Daisy Knights – These recycled sterling silver skulls have been hand crafted for an offbeat chic look
Organic Halloween Haunted House Candle Pack by Lil Sprout – This pack of 7
100% pure soybean candles has unique fragrances ranging from ‘The Black Cauldron’ to ‘Haunted’ and ‘The Witching Hour’
Halloween Napkins by Pink Pop Polka Dot – These fabulous fabric napkins are way more fun and kinder on the environment than the paper kind!
Fur Ears Cossack Hat by ASOS Collection – Chanel your wild side with this cruelty-free faux fur hat! ROWR!
Jack-o-Lantern Reusable Bag by ChicoBag -You could surely fit an amazing amount of lollies in this grinning pumpkin carry bag! Another plus is that 10% of your purchase goes towards the Green Halloween initiative :o)
Vegan Halloween Caramels by Feed Your Face – Not only do these caramels look melt-in-your-mouth delicious but they’re also wrapped in eco-friendly compostable clear cellophane and packaged in biodegradable cellophane bags tied off with multicolored yarn made from reclaimed cotton and banana fiber by a fair-trade women’s cooperative in Nepal!
Illuminated Ghost Garland from Design Dining and Diapers – This is a great project for you DIY-ers out there!
Mel a Mini Candy Monster Bag by Doves Nest Designs – This reusable and one-of-a-kind trick or treat bag is very cool indeed! Her creator warns that you follow these 3 rules: keep her away from bright light, don’t get any water on her, and never, ever feed her after midnight!
Set of 4 Halloween Napkins by Sew Graceful – This whimsical Halloween print makes for lovely reusable napkins, perfect for wiping chocolate from smiling faces
DIY Spiderweb Lanterns by The Brass Paperclip Project – Boost the creepy atmosphere of your Halloween party with these homemade lanterns! Not recommended for sufferers of Arachnophobia
Halloween Felt Ornament Set by Lova Revolutionary – These awesome ornaments are made using felt created from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles
Candy Corn Card by Happy Dappy Bits – This Halloween treat is sweet in more ways than one! Both the card and envelope are made from 100% recycled materials
Upcycled BOO Burlap Banner by Endure Designs – This fantastic Halloween banner was constructed using reclaimed coffee bean bags
Black Cat Tote Bag by LyraLyra – I love the stylish cat design on this linen canvas tote =^..^=
Happy Hallogreen Buttons from Weisenbach Recycled Products – These planet-friendly trick or treat trinkets have been printed on recycled paper with soy-based inks with a recycled steel body
Hallowe’en Greetings Stickers by Black Ribbon Society – Vintage Halloween prints are brilliant! This one comes on 100% recycled adhesive paper
Vegan Dragon Gloves by Nymphs Antiquity – These edgy gloves are created from recycled rubber innertubes and would make an intriguing addition to a Halloween costume!
Halloween Vampire Bat Who Feeds on Empty Water Bottles by Un Petite Lapin – This little critter is more cute than creepy. This little guy is made from recycled plastic bottles (his favourite prey!)
Spider Cocktail Ring by Starlight Woods – Looking to make a subtly spooky style statement this Halloween? Then check out this gorgeous ring made from a fallen tree branch!
Candy Corn Soy Candle by Orange County Candle – Fill your home with the delicious scents of vanilla candy with slight hints of butter and almond…MmmmMmmm
Pumpkin Patch Kid’s Tee by Charlie and Sarah – This tri-blend eco-heathered cotton tee is simply adorable
Blue Foundation and Contour Set for Aliens, Ghouls and Goblins by Sobe Botanicals – This cruelty-free makeup set will transform you into an otherworldly creature of the night without causing any harm to animals
Pumpkin Spice Soap by Smith Family Soapworks – This yummy sounding handcrafted vegan soap is meant to smell like cozy kitchens and fall harvests…how glorious!
Bruce the Eco-Friendly Tin Monster by Altered Decadence – This furry little guy is  fabulous at holding treats of all kinds inside his big mouth…just make sure he doesn’t swallow them all up!

2 thoughts on “Make Your Halloween Ethically Eerie

  1. Jenelle says:

    Thank you Kendall for including TrashN2Tees! I'm a huge supporter of artisans who use their talents to create goodness in the world. Honored to among those you've featured here!

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