Social media, spooky finds and pony clubs

I'm back! Yes, I've made a new season resolution (if there is such a thing) to give some more love not just to this blog but to my jewellery line as a whole. The last 12 months have been so hectic I've let thing slide but enough is enough! Time to dust off the cobwebs and get myself sorted (plus, y'know, Christmas is on the way...)

I've not been sitting with my feet up, mind. One of the things I've been particularly busy with is taking care of the PR and marketing for my local horse show, Leigh and District. I've built them a blog and set them up a Twitter feed. In the meantime, I've also learned a lot about social marketing, which I will try to share here as and when I can.

For now, though, here's a quick post with my pick of the best Halloween finds on our faithful friend, Folksy.

For a cheap and cheerful way to add some spooky style to your Halloween outfit, these cute Kawaii badges by Asking For Trouble feature the artist's illustrations of some things you might find in a spooky abandoned laboratory.

These vintage-style Halloween gift tags by Vintage Dreams are the perfect finishing touch to a pagan party.

On a similar note, we also love these creepy-feeling Wuthering Heights-inspired gift tags by Rowan Tree Design.

For a Halloween purchase that will last long after the trick-or-treaters have stuffed themselves silly on sweets, treat yourself to these atmospheric photographic coasters, by the aptly named, um, Coasters.

Finally, if you're looking for a classier way to decorate your home, head to one of my favourite shops, Bookity, for a gothic take on their classic paper garland.