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Our Halloween designs are proving very popular for this trick or treat extravaganza which is a big social night in the run-up to Bonfire Night in the UK and Christmas.
We’re not big on spiders but have to admit these little critters look pretty fun to us. As long as the cat doesn’t fall off that broom I think he’ll have a good night out.
Halloween, or October 31, is sometimes called All Souls Day when witches and ghosts stalk the earth. The next day, November 1, is All Saints Day, which is a more peaceful date. There’s a possible pagan link to Halloween as well as a religious one, but these days the festival has become an excuse for a good time and scary visits to neighbours, which is why it is called Fright Night, in the UK, at least!