Christmas gift ideas for the horror lovers on your shopping list

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Are you yeti for Christmas yet? Well, the holiday season has the potential to be as dreadfully awesome as All Hallows Eve. Start by shaking things up, decking the halls of your crypt and embellishing your horror-ific personality by releasing the ghost of Christmas presents upon your loved ones. That being said, Santa most likely won’t be able to help you claw your way through your ghastly shopping list before the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve. So, naturally, we’re here to provide you with some of the most spook-tacular horror gift ideas that only lovers of the occult could expect to find in their stockings.

A new Christmas horrornament

Imagine the devilish delight in their demonic eyes on Christmas morning when your loved ones open up their gifts to find absolutely wicked new Christmas tree decorations. These festive horror gift ideas are not your traditional form of jolly Christmas decor. In fact, they are simply eerie-sistable, absolutely grim and unquestionably horror-ific featuring creepy clowns, otherworldly dolls, Santa’s slaying elf and even Krampus himself. A frightfully batty addition to any menacing spirits annual decor, these horrornaments even come equipped with their own hangman’s noose to dangle them from the branches of your holiday tree.

Krampus a little love into their stockings

Nothing quite screams Christmas for a horror lover than the mere mention of Krampus — a supernatural, horned goat demon who severely punishes children who have misbehaved. You can really get into the festive spirit by dressing up like the Anti-Claus of the Christmas (red and white robe, complete with a horned mask) or you can simply gift a Krampus Pop!, a naughty list t-shirt or a Krampus printed, flare dress to those who embrace ancient European folklore. That being said, you better watch out, you better behave or Krampus is coming down your chimney on Christmas Eve.

Nightmare before Christmas must-haves

Most people are unsure as to whether this Tim Burton classic is really a Halloween or Christmas inspired film, so, naturally, they celebrate it for both seasonal affairs. Make your Christmas a black Christmas with a few horror gift ideas that would fit perfectly into almost any size of festive stocking. Wrap up a frightening faux leather wallet, gift a Jack Santy Claws statue, give away a super cute Oogie Boogie squeezable plush toy or simply go all out and grab your loved one a pre-wrapped Night Before Christmas Gift Bags! Merry Hauntmas everyone!

How do you plan to slay it this Christmas as you chip away at your shopping list? Tell us in the comments section below.     

 

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