I have decided to start my first ever series on my blog!
This series will take us several weeks and each week I will discuss one of my favourite shops to purchase Halloween items from.
I apologize to overseas readers, but this series will focus on US/Canadian stores because that is what is available to me. It may be interesting for others to see what we get here though!
As you all know I LOOOOOVE Halloween and when the shops start getting their goods out I rejoice!
This week I will be talking about Homegoods, also known as Homesense in Canada and the UK.
The following pictures are just a few of the items I have collected from Homesense over the past few years. It has the absolute best things in my opinion. They're not too expensive, and they are high quality just like any other decor item. They are not made cheaply just because they are a holiday specific product.
If you enjoy this type of decor all year round it is the perfect place to get things.
Headless horseman figurine.
I especially love the variety of art dolls the store carries. Though they are mass-produced, they have a similar look to something created by an artist.
Wooden witch doll.
If you are looking for inexpensive high quality candles, this is the place to go! Yankee candles are always available for about a third of their regular retail price. Not to mention tons of other wonderful and unique candle brands.
Skeleton candelabra and gypsy lanterns.
Haunted house and cat and moon candle stand.
My little Jack O'Lantern!
Another little witchy.
As you can see I am obsessed with Homesense. Obviously this is a store that is different at every location, so this is a sampling of things that have been available in the past few years.
This post has not been sponsored, I truly just love this company. It is also amazing around Christmas for those who love that holiday season as well ;)
I will be continuing my series with a few other stores in the next few weeks including Bath and Body Works, Target, Walmart, the Dollar Store and some witch clothing stores.
Blessings and hope you enjoyed the first post in my shopping guide,