Something a little different for you all today but still fitting with the festive and fabulous theme I like to think my blog is heading towards right now. You can check out my recent festive Bomb Cosmetics post here if you haven’t yet! I am absolutely in love with what this little brand has to offer as it’s full of witchy and gothic vibes which we all know is a love of mine and with Christmas well on its way, their new range has a wonderful wintery twist to it.
The brand is called “Witchcrafts” and on the site is described as hand crafted and illustrated witchy goodness which is the perfect description of the products they have to offer. They only started up this year but have been creating creepy crafty bits since 2013. The lovely Jessica kindly sent me a few creations from their Christmas range to share with all of you.
Zombie Klaus // £3 per card
I think this guy has got to be my favourite, the text “I come into your house whilst your kids are sleeping” makes me laugh as it’s so tongue in cheek and the dripping green zombie effect goes so well with the traditional red and green Christmas theme. Perfect for anyone with a bit of a twisted sense of humour or a love of zombies!
Wanted The Grinch // £3 per card
I know so many people who absolutely love The Grinch, it is SUCH a classic Christmas film and I can’t believe how incredibly well this has been drawn as it looks exactly like him! I love that It’s designed as a mugshot too, this one would be brilliant to give to someone who maybe needs a bit of encouragement to get in the festive mood (much like The Grinch).
Gizmo // £3 per card
How cool is this guy!? I’m sure you all know where he’s from, this would be brilliant for any Gremlins lover along with the other two Gremlins themed cards on their site too! This is definitely the cutest though, he looks so dishevelled and confused!
The brilliant thing about these products as cards is that they can also so easily be turned into prints too by simply cutting the back off and putting them in a frame which is SUCH a bargain at £3 anyway let alone the quality of the art and the hard work that’s gone into them. They’ve also got some other really cool Christmas themed products or you can check out their general stuff on their site here!
What are your thoughts on a bit of an alternative Christmas? Does anyone really celebrate Christmas the traditional way anymore anyway?