These Hippie Halloween Decorations From Michaels Are on Sale — but Some People Hate Them

Pink is apparently the divisive line in Halloween decor.

Michael's storefront exterior
Updated July 18, 2024
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Spooky season at Michaels craft stores just got... pinker. The store's new holiday line of Halloween decor features a colorful pink and orange theme, and some folks are going wild—either for or against including such a non-traditional color for decorations. 

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 The newest additions to the classic line of Halloween supplies include pink gravestones, magenta potion bottles, and decorative coffins in a color that screams "It's a girl!" rather than "Happy Halloween!" 

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Pink Tombstone Decoration Set

Courtesy of Michael's Pink tombstones

Price: $24.99

Rest in ... Pink? Decorative tombstone markers in pink and magenta read "RIP" and "See you soon" for a strange juxtaposition of cheerfully creepy decor. These polyfoam and plastic gravestones are over 2 feet high for festive fun; however, they should only be used indoors. 

Assorted Spooky Glass Bottles

Courtesy of Michael's Spooky glass bottles

Price: $7.99

In previous years, Michael's spooky glass bottles have come in the expected orange, purple, and green that signal witchy potions contained within colored glass — but this year, it's all about the pink. The tabletop decor features baby pink, magenta, black, and white for the color theme with labels such as "sweet poison," "creepy things," and yes, "love potion." The bottle tops have adorable Halloween-themed figurines like ghosts and bats for extra fun. The size is 7 inches high with multiple styles. 

Witch's Broom Directional Sign

Courtesy of Michael's Witch's broom directional sign

Price: $26.99

The great thing about magical directional signs is that they indicate multiple locations of magic fun to choose from. This 3-foot-long witch's broom has pink and white iridescent bristles on a black iron handle for a modern aesthetic and signs that point to "witch alley" and "hocus focus," among others.  

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Stacked Witch's Books

Courtesy of Michael's Stacked witch's books

Price: $14.99

With titles like "Witch's Brew," "Potions," and "Spooky Spells," the only downside to these decorative books is that they don't open to a secret compartment. The colors are light pink, magenta, and golden orange, so they might be a permanent fixture in your home's accent decor — even outside the spooky season. They are made of papier-mache and stand just under 8 inches high.

Pink Framed Coffin Chalk Board

Courtesy of Michael's Pink framed Coffin Chalkboard

Price: $19.99

Chalkboards are a great communication tool for those sharing a space, and a coffin-shaped option is perfect for the autumnal season. The choice of a bright pink frame has some shoppers questioning the Halloween theme, but many are excited for the chance to add some fun new colors to the holiday. The chalkboard has a kick-stand to stay upright and measures just under 13 inches in height.

Bright Ombre Skeleton

Courtesy of Michael's Colorful ombre skeleton

Price: $16.99

What can "liven" up a skeleton? How about a lovely pink ombre gradient with orange and yellow instead of the traditional bone-white? If that sounds fun, Michael's has a nearly 2-foot-long hanging skeleton for wall decor made of polypropylene and ready to hang.

Bottom line

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Some folks think Halloween decorating can't start too soon, and adding a splash of summery fun to the color scheme will surely please the spooky crowd who favor Halloween all year. 

As these new pink Halloween options appear in Michaels stores, the debate on what colors can be deemed "spooky" is a fun, low-key way to prepare for the end of summer and the transition into fall.  Plus, buying now could help save you a ton later

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Cassandra Yorgey is a journalist with more than 15 years of experience covering a multitude of topics ranging from science-fiction and fantasy genre reviews to the impacts of sociological developments on the political landscape. She champions financial literacy and consumer protections that value human life over monetary profits. She has been featured in both online and print publications, including AOL, Examiner, MSN, Exemplore, Yellowbook, and Wealth of Geeks.