New Spooky Halloween Sign Added to Widdlytinks Holiday Wall Art Collection

September 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Widdlytinks would like to introduce one of their latest holiday wall art creations the ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ Halloween sign. They say that this is one of their spooky Halloween signs that will make any room they are placed in the creepiest room in a house when accented by a few other Halloween decorations. This is an online retailer that has long been known for classic, rustic, and farmhouse style personalized wall art but their seasonal wall sign collections, like the Halloween collection this new wall sign is a part of, are quickly gaining in popularity too.

Company spokesperson, Amy Anderson, “Although we are known for our decorative wall art that accentuates all types of rooms in homes where people want to give a more rustic, farmhouse, or traditional feel to them, we at Widdlytinks have a fun side too. That shows by the many different seasonal collections that we offer. Our Halloween collection that features our ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ sign only continues with that tradition. We hope those that purchase our seasonal signs like this one use it to provide a nice backdrop for their seasonal events and they also help make their holidays more fun and festive for them. This is something everyone can use after the stresses and strains of the past year.”

The company spokesperson stated this new sign has just the right mix of decrepit writing on a faux rusty texture with added vintage styling. Anderson went on to say that their ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ Halloween wall sign is also available in six different print sizes. She mentioned the smallest size print is 10”x20” and the largest 30”x60”. Other features of this Halloween themed canvas print include the fact that it’s made of thick, archival grade, poly-cotton blend material that is PH neutral and acid-free. The company spokesperson says that because of this, it will not yellow over time. It also is made using dried pine stretcher bars to ensure the frame will not warp or bow and its pre-installed sawtooth hanger allows a buyer to hang it as soon as it arrives.

According to Anderson, the ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ sign is not the only spooky Halloween theme sign in this holiday collection either. People can also buy their Halloween themed ‘Old Salem Cemetery’ sign, their vintage quote from ‘The Raven’ sign that has the word ‘Nevermore’ in Gothic style printing, and their Gothic-inspired ‘Boolevard’ sign that can be personalized with someone’s family name or the name of someone it’s being given as a gift. She says these signs make a great addition for those who like to host Halloween parties or want to make the Halloween season seem a little more festive. Those who have purchased this new Halloween sign have raved about how good it looks. Miles says in his 5-star review, “Beautiful print that we’re using in a Halloween party. A little black light really makes this print pop! Great communications and item sent quickly!”

The company spokesperson added that their personalized canvas wall art is a versatile option that can bring a big impact to a blank wall. They are perfect for housewarming and wedding gifts because they are personalized wall art that features a family name, individual names, year established for families as well as state and city customizations too. Widdlytinks offers large farmhouse wall art, last name and family name personalized wall signs, Halloween wall art, rustic wall signs, modern industrial wall signs, vintage style, Valentine’s Day gifts, Christmas signs, Spring and Easter wall art, rustic farmhouse decor and Christian themed personalized wall signs. She says that they offer a wide variety of unique designs available in a wide variety of sizes including large format. Every design available on Widdlytinks has been created with care and attention to detail using the trained eye of an award-winning artist with over 20 years of experience in design. Widdlytinks artwork is distinctive and exclusive.

Anderson also says that their canvas wall signs offer personalization options for both home and business environments. Widdlytinks reminds people that a custom piece of art printed on canvas personalizes any type of room space and creates a focal point of interest to beautifully finish off that room. They offer distinctive farmhouse decor canvas wall art sold directly to the public via their website with delivery to all fifty states of the United States of America. Widdlytinks products are designed and manufactured in the USA and are only for sale within the United States. She added that the company offers free shipping on all orders. Widdlytinks creates farmhouse style canvas wall art with warm, weathered textures to bring a rustic look into the home or office. Anyone interested in learning more about Widdlytinks or placing an order can visit their website.


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Amy Anderson

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