Here’s 9 of the current 117 items!
Orange and black. No matter where or when we see it, the classic color pair immediately conjures up Halloween. But let’s go outside the pumpkin. Let’s freshen up your Halloween decor. Let’s open the door to other colors calling trick or treat on October 31st!
Here at the Cottage, we love the zesty vibrancy of puckish purple and slimy lime green. Together, alone or mixed with orange and black, they provide contrast and distinction making your projects stand out. A trick to combining colors and patterns is to use one dominant tone or style and mix it with lesser quantities of one or two others. Using equal amounts of three colors or patterns can work, but a more asymmetrical approach is generally more lively.
So pick one or two of the ribbons below to highlight in your designs, blending them in or as the focal point with trusted partners orange and black. You’ll delight all the ghosts, goblins, witches and warlocks lucky enough to experience your creations. (Humans are a bonus!)
Just click the pictures (or links) to see all the details for each ribbon and to purchase. Don’t forget, we have many more choices waiting for you in the shop’s Halloween craft room! And if it’s a bargain you’re looking for, check our sale page. Everyday there’s a varied selection!
First up: A ribbon of bright purple faux linen with rustic black lines in a hand-drawn style, trimmed with a fuzzy lime green chenille .
Add pizzazz with this lime green linen look with striking purple glitter and bright orange stripes, trimmed with purple metallic thread.
Here’s a standout! Bold purple, orange, and black in juxtaposed geometrics trimmed and lined with metallic lime green.
Peer deep into the many windows of Halloween! Cats, bats, spiders and webs, ghosts, pumpkins and haunted houses waiting – and watching – for you.
Purple mixes in perfect harmony with orange and black in a woven check.
Flash and dazzle! Party-time glitter accents of purple and orange stand out against purple and black faux linen in this terrific trio. From left to right, “A Ghostly Tie”, “Happy Batty Halloween” and “Wizard’s Regimental Stripe”.
Or say Happy Batty Halloween in lime!
Checks or stripes? Which is your favorite?
Lime and purple and orange, oh my! Don’t miss out on our magical Midnight ribbon.