Seeking a fun and spooky gift idea for a Halloween house party, work event or friend who loves October 31st? We searched hundreds of ideas with adults in mind and identified 28 eye-popping ideas.
From the Nightmare Before Christmas to Disney’s Hocus Pocus, choose from a selection of 25 fun, 3D designs that are sure to give your Halloween enthusiastic a delightful fright. Día De Muertos themes are also available. Lovepop cards come with complementary shipping on all US-based orders.
Get in the Halloween spirit with a fun sweater or full-on costume. Skulls, witches, pumpkins, you name it — find fun patterns that will lift your spirits.
This one-of-a-kind, patent-pending ice cube mold will make you the talk of the haunted house. Create ghoulish cocktails with these creepy skull cubes.
Not your typical Russian nesting doll, these handmade skeleton dolls make a unique Halloween decoration. Includes five dolls which stack up inside each other. Consider hiding candy inside them!
Get your Halloween game on with this fun black sweatshirt featuring a cat’s outline. Subtle yet still a little spooky, it makes great casual wear for Halloween season.
Keep your ghost glam going with this beautiful antique-style Day of the Dead makeup mirror. The exterior features a highly detailed smiling skull with little jewels embedded.
$18.99 ($18.99 / Count)
$18.99 ($18.99 / Count)
Break the ice with party guests as you offer them glasses of Rat Poison, Spider Venom, Zombie Virus and more. Containing 8 uniquely terrible beverage stickers, simply apply to wine or liquor bottles to add a touch of black humor to your Halloween party or special occasion.
Handmade by a jewelry artist in Ohio, these cute candy corn earrings will light up the room. Whether you’re looking for a Halloween party accessory or something fun to wear to the office or classroom, these are sure to receive lots of compliments.
A great t-shirt to wear at an adult Halloween party, guests will get a good chuckle out of this funny pun on booze. Comes in five different colors and in both men’s and woman’s sizes.
This ghoulish wine bottle holder depicts a skull rising from the flames. A great Halloween conversation piece that might even get year-round use.
A creepy and well-crafted decanter that will turn heads and take your entertaining to a haunting new level. Comes with four skull-shaped shot glasses.
A hand blown shot glass with an interior shaped as a scary-looking skull. A great way to celebrate Halloween night in style.
This delightful 3D popup card is sure to knock the socks off its recipient. The finely detailed haunted house looks both cute and spooky.
This Day of the Dead-themed gift basket is loaded with goodies from fudge to chocolate-covered popcorn. The brightly colored and beautifully designed boxes make a classy, adult alternative to the typical children’s fare. Includes the option for a personalized message.
Any Nightmare Before Christmas fan won’t be able to resist this Jack Skellington mug. Jack’s eery face makes for a one-of-a-kind mug; a perfect Halloween or Christmas gift that is made from high-quality dishwasher-safe ceramic.
If you’re looking for Halloween-themed jewelry, consider this handcrafted bangle bat bracelet. It’s lightweight and made with a band design making it easy to take on and off.
Hosting a Halloween costume party? Reward your most creative guests with this fun headless skeleton award.
Looking for something classy for female Halloween enthusiasts? This sparkling spider brooch looks just as wonderful as it’s represented in the photo. She may even wear it year round.
Add a gothic touch to your home with this spookily stylish skull ashtray. Perfect as a feature item for your Halloween party or as an edgy gift. Smokers will love the hand-crafted skull; a functional item that can be used well after Halloween.
It will be hard to resist the delicious aromas of Plantlife’s pumpkin spice soap. Made with fresh spices, pure essential oils and plant oils, this delightful vegan soap would make an ideal Halloween-themed gift or a fragrant addition to your bathroom.
$5.95 ($1.49 / Ounce)
$7.00 ($1.75 / Ounce)
Unleash your creative side with this collection of unique Halloween designs. Featuring 28 attractive patterns including pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns and more, rest and relax as you color them in or give it as a thoughtful Halloween gift.
This wooden box has a surprise in store for its curious opener. Upon opening the box, a cheeky rubber spider pops out to startle its victim! Here is a harmless and fun prank that will bring laughter time and time again.
A classy and quirky way to identify individual wine glasses, the 6 unique charms are perfect for a Halloween function or a fun little feature of your dinner party. Complete in a black velour bag and easily fitting most wine glasses, they are an ideal gift to someone fond of wine or hosting dinners.
These blood bags will be a ghoulish hit at your Halloween party. Fill them up with red wine or other colored drinks and start getting your vampire vibe on.
A fun Halloween party gift, Pick Your Poison is a card-based guessing game that will reveal how well your friends know you. You’ll pick two cards with “poisonous” choices and you have to choose the lesser of the evils.
Another top-rated party game, Werewolf is a game that pits the villagers against the big, bad scary wolf. As the wolf, you must lie and deceive your friends who don’t know you’re really the wolf. As a villager, you must defend your territory and keep your guard up against the secret wolf among you.
A great gift idea for an office Halloween party, this literal thumb drive will give guests the creeps, while being practical and business-oriented at the same time. Buy them in bulk for the whole team.
Hosting a spooky party or bringing hors d’oeuvres to a friend’s house? This set of 72 fun Halloween-themed picks will add some extra fun to your food (and keep messy fingers to a minimum).
The perfect pregnant Halloween wear, this fun t-shirt includes rib cage and a little child’s waving skeleton curled. Available in over 10 colors and fitted to maternity sizes.
Did you know? The idea of Halloween dates back 3,000 years to end of harvest festivities celebrated by the Gaelics. They saw October 31st as the line between the living and the dead.