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Halloween Cotton Pleated Fan - Black/Orange/Black - 12" x 24"

Product Code: Fan-BOB-C-12

(5 reviews) Write a Review
$8.75
Weight:
0.20 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
1):
Double Stitched & Hemmed stripes.
2):
Made with industry leading Heavy Weight Poly-Cotton Fabric
3):
3 rust-proof grommets on header for easy hanging.
4):
Only Fans with real pleating so they can be used over and over, always looking like new.
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Folds back into original pleats for easy storage. Never needs ironing!
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12" x 24" means it is 24" (2 Feet) across the top & drops down 12" (1 Foot)
Halloween Flag Bunting
 
Decorate your festivities with our spooktacular Halloween Pleated Fans, also called Halloween Flag Bunting. Orange and Black are the primary colors of the day and Independence Bunting follows this color scheme with our Halloween Bunting Fans.

Halloween, which is celebrated on October 31st, is the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day. It starts the triduum of Allhallowtide, which also includes All Saints Day and All Souls Day. This is the time in the Christian calendar dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed believers.
 
Within Allhallowtide, the traditional focus of All Hallows' Eve revolves around the theme of using humor and ridicule to confront the power of death and it is strongly associated with symbols such as the jack-o'-lantern.. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating while wearing costumes, ghost tours, costume parties, & visiting haunted attractions.
 
Along with our Halloween Flag Buntings we also have Buntings, Bows & Pull Down banners  which are available in either cotton, for indoor or outdoor use, or our 100% Solarmax nylon, which is made specifically for long term outdoor use. Let our Halloween Decorations complete your home or party decor.


Each
Halloween Pleated Fan has 3 grommets for easy hanging. These are the only Flag Buntings that are actually pleated so they can fold back into its original pleats for storage and no ironing is needed when taking them back out for the next use. Each color stripe is stitched to the next color with a clean finish, double stitched hem.
 
The way pleated fans are measured is the 1st number is the drop down and the second number is the top width. For example, a 12" x 24" pleated fan is 24" across the top and drops down 12".
 

Customer Reviews

  • 5
    Wonderful Home Decor

    These arrived quickly, were easy to put up and they look FABULOUS! Several neighbors have complimented us on our festive decor this year thanks to these fans under our windows and the pull down banner I put over our door. I really love that they are made here in the USA, and were shipped without unnecessary plastic wrapping. We will be using them for years to come, and when the weather finally does them in, I plan to order more!

    Elizabeth

    Posted by Elizabeth on Sep 24th 2018

  • 5
    Wonderful Home Decor

    These arrived quickly, were easy to put up and they look FABULOUS! Several neighbors have complimented us on our festive decor this year thanks to these fans under our windows and the pull down banner I put over our door. I really love that they are made here in the USA, and were shipped without unnecessary plastic wrapping. We will be using them for years to come, and when the weather finally does them in, I plan to order more!

    Elizabeth

    Posted by Elizabeth on Sep 24th 2018

  • 5
    Pleated Halloween Fan Bunting

    These are so fantastic I ordered more!

    Jane

    Posted by Jane on Oct 7th 2015

  • 5
    Pleated Halloween Fan Bunting

    These are so fantastic I ordered more!

    Jane

    Posted by Jane on Oct 7th 2015

  • 5
    Halloween Bunting

    Top rate experience, from start to finish! Excellent communication, super-fast shipping, and the buntings surpassed expectations. I can't wait 'til Halloween to show them off! But the best part is that all products from this company are Made In The USA!!!

    C. Reardon

    Posted by C. Reardon on Aug 21st 2012