Nothing says Halloween like carving a giant gourd. Here at Lumberjac we’ve got you covered with our Halloween Essentials Part 2. To get in the mood, grab a Epson EH-TW6100 projector. This 3D ready projector boasts high-end features, and perfect for projecting your Hallowindow V effects for your windows or television. Spooky new images include creepy crawly insects, hungry slimy fish, and ghostly apparitions.
Now that you’re surrounded by ghostly images, bring out your freshly oiled Chefs Cutting Board by RedOnionWoodworks. This dynamic cutting board, made of wild maple, showcases the beautiful streaks of color and natural contours. Before you dig into that juicy pumpkin, grab your Sandqvist Ekstedt Apron. Made with thick 18oz canvas cotton, this sturdy apron was designed with Swedish rockstar chef Niklas Ekstedt. If you’re expecting a particularly messy pumpkin, pull on a pair of Hunter Original Welly boots. Perfect for shoulder seasons, these boots will keep you dry, and pumpkin-gut free! Instead of reaching for a plain ol’ knife to carve your pumpkin, use the Dremel Pumpkin Carving Kit. This ain’t no rookie tool, this is designed for spectacularly sculpted pumpkins. The sky is the limit for what you can pull off with the Dremel.
Totally unrelated, but still super cool, we’ve decided to include the Emeco 111 Navy Chair and Big Yank 1940’s Work Shirt. The Big Yank Shirt may make you think of a 1940’s chain gangs, but assuming you haven’t been indicted for grand theft, this shirt “screams” classic Americana. Similarly, the Emeco 111 Navy Chair, made of 111 recycled PET bottles, was originally designed in the 1940’s to withstand salt, water, and sailors. Although you might not have sailors over for dinner, a highly durable and well designed chair is always welcome!