'Tis officially the season to start celebrating all of the holidays at once, so if you're one of those people who believes The Nightmare Before Christmas is both a Halloween and Christmas classic, it's your time. You're probably right in the middle of prepping for Halloween, but according to Tim Burton, it's also Christmastime. The facts are the facts—and experts say putting your holiday decor up early could make you happier, so why not?!
Besides, this year marks the movie's 25th anniversary, as The Nightmare Before Christmas debuted in October, 1993, so you may as well celebrate in true Jack Skellington fashion. Okay, okay, maybe don't follow his lead on stealing Christmas, but the Pumpkin King would definitely approve of these decorations.
This candle—which apparently actually smells like mulled cider—is inspired by the deadly nightshade soup Sally brews for Doctor Finkelstein and comes complete with her patchwork dress pattern on the label.
Rather than hang up a Nightmare Before Christmas poster, this little embroidery hoop art piece is a cute, hand-crafted way to show off your love of the movie.
Come Christmastime, ditch your usual wreath for this felted version of the man-eating wreath monster from the movie—you know the one.
Store your ingredients (or candy!) in these decorative, hand-made jars, and you'll feel just like Sally in the kitchen.
Skip carving a real pumpkin this year and snag this sweet pair of Jack and Sally jack-o-lanterns with LED lights.
I genuinely couldn't think of a better stack of mugs to pair your Jack Skellington teapot with than these. Not to mention Sally is on the other side, too!
If you're very insistent on Halloween being more a state of mind than a date on the calendar, these ornaments are for you. Or hey, maybe you're trying to make "All Hallows trees" a thing.
Host a festive tea party with none other than Jack Skellington himself.
Eureka! Should the holidays make you so stressed you want to throw in the towel, consider something simple like...well, these festive ones.
Tim Burton fan or not, admit it: These Sally-inspired light switch plates are CUTE. All of the covers are handmade on the day of your order. Plus, if you're looking for a not-as-subtle version, you can buy the actual movie cover of The Nightmare Before Christmas to cover your switches and outlets.
The most beautiful nightmare train I have ever seen. Each train car features a scene of characters from the Disney movie. According to the site, "With a gentle shake, bats swirl through a flurry of black and purple confetti inside the globe."
Deck out your bathroom with all-Tim Burton ensemble. From a trash can and tissue box to a soap pump and toothbrush holder, you'll have the spookiest bathroom in town. Add the matching shower curtain and bath rug to really commit to the theme.
Honestly, Jack's ghost dog, Zero, needs to shine as well.