Target Has A New ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Kitchenware Collection
The Pumpkin King is ready to grace your kitchen!
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“The Nightmare Before Christmas” fans have been snapping up Target’s new kitchenware collection fashioned after Tim Burton’s beloved 1993 film.
The new collection takes on the spooky, magical aesthetic of the stop-motion animated movie, which makes it perfect for the run-up to Halloween — but it looks to already be partly sold out online already! So, fingers crossed that Target plans to restock very soon.
There’s a set of 2.5-inch tall Jack and Sally ceramic salt and pepper shakers for $19.99.
The ceramic Sally mug retails for $10.
An 11-ounce Jack skeleton head mug, which already sold out for pre-orders, went for $9.99.
A set of four bowls, featuring the words “Simply Meant to Be” on the sides and an image of Jack and Sally inside of the bowl is also sold out. That sent went for $39.99. You can, however, still find these bowls on Amazon for the same price and free shipping.
A cute set of cotton kitchen towels is also currently out of stock, although you may want to keep checking back to see if it is restocked. It was priced at $15.99.
You can browse through additional items online, including a bottle cooler and napkins.
For those not familiar with the dark Disney musical with tunes from Danny Elfman, “The Nightmare Before Christmas” follows Jack Skellington, the leader of Halloween Town, who accidentally crosses dimensions to Christmas Town and decides he wants to bring Christmas to his world — with some serious bumbling along the way.
And if you want to find even more decor appropriate for Halloween, Target has three new Halloween collections: Pumpkin Parlor, Ghoulish Garden and Moonlight Bash.
Is it too early to be thinking about pumpkins and black cats and things that go bump in the night?
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