First peek at new Halloween products

Believe it or not, summer is winding down and fall is right around the corner. And you know what fall means–Halloween, Thanksgiving, and then Christmas is right behind it. At Archiver’s, our very first batch of Halloween and holiday products has just arrived and it’s fun to see all of the creative goodies!

Here are just a few things that caught my eye for Halloween crafting:

Martha Halloween kits_1Martha Stewart is the queen of crafting and she makes it so easy to throw a great party with her fun party decor kits. These new Halloween styles (find them HERE, HERE, and HERE) are so cute, it’s scary! How fun would those monster treat bags be for passing out to trick-or-treaters, or a child to bring for his/her class?!

Martha Halloween kits_2


There are dozens of great styles to choose from (find these three HERE, HERE, and HERE). Just love those masks for pumpkins!

MAMBI_Inka Halloween

Need a cute accent for a scrapbook page, card, or even a treat bag or gift tag? This Inkadinkado stamp set is really fun, and these monster embellishments from Me & My Big Ideas are absolutely adorable!

Spooky collection


Halloween collections are starting to arrive as well, and the Spooky collection by Carta Bella is great! It includes lots of designs that are versatile enough for scrapbooking, paper-crafting, or card-making. If you buy the collection pack, you get all the coordinating papers and embellishments in one pack–a great deal!

Want to see more? Find more new Halloween products HERE, What are you most excited about buying and using? Share with us in the comments!

Remember to keep watching the site for tons of other Halloween and holiday products that will be arriving in the coming weeks and months. This is only the beginning and we’re just getting started!


2 thoughts on “First peek at new Halloween products

  1. I miss your Columbus OH store. Spent a lot of money there on supplies. But I am not a scrapbooker. I make artist’s books. I open and read all your emails and am always disappointed, because they always feature scrapbook kits, and tacky cutesy-boo stuff at that. I miss browsing single sheets of patterned and unique papers, a multitude of card stock shades, and products available nowhere else in Columbus.


  2. I miss the store in Franklin, TN, live in N AL and would frequent the store in Franklin quite often. There use to be several scrapbook stores in the vicinity of Archivers and they all closed. I was thrilled when I found Archivers, now it’s closed! 😦


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