Texas Halloween Doormats

The spooky season is sneaking up on us. Time to start decorating outside the house with some cool Halloween doormats with a Texas theme!

These are all my own designs, as I don’t run into Texas Halloween stuff too often. Easier to make it myself, ya know?

I basically have five different designs in the Halloween space right now. My newest and almost my favorite is the cartoon armadillo in the picture to the left. I just adore him/her. Sporting a witch hat and carrying an orange cauldron filled with Halloween candy. Perfect!

The older designs I have feature more narrowly Texas themes. One is my version of a Texas great pumpkin, using the state flag design and colors to fill a simple pumpkin shape. These particular colors are more of a vintage rustic set of shades and the entire thing has a distressed finish to it.

The other three feature the shape of the state in some fashion. The first has Texas dressed up as a witch with the words “hocus pocus”. This uses an orange, purple and lime green color scheme with groups of dots as accents around the state.

The next is Texas as a ghost, complete with scary face inside a white field. This features the words “boo y’all” in orange and black and the entire design is on a purple background. (I’m not sure just why I got into purple for Halloween!)

The last is a version of a jack o’ lantern with a face cut into the state shape. Tiny bats and dots float around the angry pumpkin. This one I show in black on an orange background – very traditional Halloween colors – but the graphic is an SVG, so it’s actually available for you to custom color if you like.

All the designs feature the opportunity to personalize with your family name and are available at Zazzle.

Texas Halloween Doormats

Day of the Dead face shields

As we continue on with the lovely COVID virus and the changes to our society, you might be looking to expand your variety and wardrobe of protective gear.

And as we enter the last quarter of the year, we’ll be inundated with holidays that you can dress your gear up for.

When Zazzle started offering face shields, one of the first types of designs I considered was sugar skull and day of the dead versions. So rather than painting up your face – which would just get messed up by a mask anyway – you can just don one of these shields and you’re ready to celebrate.

They’ve recently added sizes for children, so I’m thinking to add additional designs appropriate for them.

Day of the Dead face shields

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Texas Halloween House Decoration

I know, I know. It’s August. How the heck could I already be thinking about Halloween?

Well, I’m not necessarily, but as I’m seeing more and more of my Halloween designs showing up in searches, I figure you are. 🙂

I developed some cute Texas Halloween designs last year – one witchy, one ghost and two pumpkins – that were received well. I’m working on some new ones for this year, but not sure when they’ll be ready.

And since last Halloween, Zazzle has added some new options to help you decorate your house for any holiday. My favorite is the house flag pictured above. Gorgeous large option that will really stand out on your block.

The other two are smaller and require hardware for standing in your yard. But once you buy it for one sign, you might be able to use it for every season and just change out the flag or board. Anyway, they’re a smaller garden flag and a sign like you see for elections or businesses.

All allow for you to personalize with your family name or other message.

A note on the angry Jack o’lantern. I’ve used a graphic there that allows you to customize the colors as you like. So if you want an orange pumpkin on a black background or a lime green and yellow combo (please don’t!), you can do that.

Texas Halloween Yard Signs and House Flags