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Four Made in USA Tricks to Make Your Halloween a Treat

Halloween pop-up houses from Norton’s USA are printed, die cut and packaged in the USA, according to the company. Photo courtesy Norton’s USA

We know, we know: It’s not even October yet. But it’s never too early to get your Halloween off to a Made in America start.

It’s about that time again, when we are getting ready to spook and be spooked! Halloween is the perfect holiday to start — or continue — investing in American-made products. It’s a holiday that comes around every year, so stock up and have some life-long quality decorations handy for it!

We are here to put you on to some of the coolest decorations for your yard, house, party, or even your office, starting with Norton’s USA. The “Uniquely American General Store” caters to America’s seasonal decorative needs, and its Halloween-themed product lines range from paper goods and paper supplies, all the way to pillows, signs and more. Norton’s USA is a solid place to start your Halloween shopping.

Next on the list is Heritage Lace. Heritage Lace offers a stand-alone website and an easy-to-navigate storefront on Amazon where you can browse through all of their spook-tactic lace products. Their unique designs and elegant shawls really caught our eye and we think it would be a great addition to all of our homes. Most products are American-made, but be sure to check the label.

No party is complete without themed treats. This is where Ann Clark cookie cutters come into play!  This Made in America company has everything you need for all of your cookie needs. We highly recommend shopping there for all holidays, but specifically for this spooky season. Their products add a lovely wholesome touch to any celebration.

Last, but definitely not least, Uncle Goose Happy Halloween Letter Blocks are a great way to mark the occasion — and can be enjoyed by the little ones in your house, too. These blocks are more festive than scary, which is perfect for a friendly home. Uncle Goose blocks add fun and craftsmanship to any room, so you’d be a silly goose not to check them out!

Still looking for Made in USA Halloween Ideas? Check out our previous coverage:

Halloween in 2020 is Going to Be Different – But It Can Still Be Made in America

No Tricks, Just Treats! Tips for Keeping Your Halloween Made in America

Don’t Be Spooked! There’s Still Time to Find Made in America Candy for Halloween

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