Whether you’re busy crafting up a last minute Halloween costume this weekend or adding the final touches to your haunted house, find some last minute spooky inspiration from Marbles Kids Museum, neighbors of the Spoonflower HQ! With the help of Performance Piqué and Woven Wallpaper, the museum transformed their space into a Kooky Spooky Halloween extravaganza for their annual frightfully fun celebration. 

Fabric banners hung up on a large wall of windows say "1st Place Spider Racers 2011," "Best in Show International Dragon Show 2012," "Champion Boo Frighteners 2013," "Potion Quiz Bowl 2014" and "Sensational Slime Award 2015."
Pennants printed on Performance Pique transformed the Ghoul School, a favorite spot for the little goblins and ghouls!

Marbles Kooky Spooky Halloween Party is a special night of magical mischief for the whole family. Over 1,000 guests experience the magic of Marbles after dark with activities like Ghoul School, Mad Scientist Lab, Monster Mash Dance Party and more!

Closeup of fabric printed with colorful green, blue and purple faces and bubbles
Two large poles wrapped with fabric with blue, green and purple wavy lines and giant white eyes with black pupils.
Oversized drums wrapped in Performance Pique help create monster totem poles

Marbles used custom Spoonflower fabric to transform a multi-purpose space into ‘Ghoul School’, where kids learn to be a ghoul through pretend and imaginative play. The Performance Pique also provided an added Halloween themed layer the overall museum décor, including Marbles teammates dressed as kooky monsters, featuring sleeves and tails made of custom fabric.

A person stands with both hands on a brick wall and looking at the camera. They are wearing turquoise sleeves that come over the top of their hands like tentacles and an orange beanie with large eyeballs that are white with black pupils and purple stripe underneath.
Museum teammates get into character with the help of custom costumes!
Wallpaper with small stone designs is being transformed into a fake castle door.
A castle door transformation in the works!

Will you be incorporating custom fabric for your Halloween this year? Let us know by leaving a comment below!