We're big fans of Pixel Elixir here at Daily Dead, with their eclectic horror apparel and collectibles always featured in Heather Wixson's annual holiday gift guides, so we're especially excited to share that they've launched a Kickstarter campaign for Terror Kitties, a new line of enamel pins that combines horror icons with lovable cats.

In addition to enamel pins, the Terror Kitties Kickstarter campaign also features payment tiers that include Terror Kitties dolls and stickers.

You can view the Terror Kitties apparel and details below, and be sure to visit the project's official Kickstarter campaign to learn more about how to support the project, which runs through Wednesday, October 16th.

"Terror Kitties Enamel Pin Collection

A cute-yet-terrifying enamel pin project, featuring some of your favorite horror movie villains, in cat form! Starring Camp Killer Kitty, Possessed Kitty, Clown Kitty, Hell Kitty, Unholy Kitty, Boogeyman Kitty, Psycho Kitty, Nightmare Kitty and Chainsaw Kitty!

Backer Rewards:

Highly detailed, deluxe 2" soft enamel pins with dual rubber clutches, logo backstamp and backer card

Die-cut, glossy sticker sheets of all nine Terror Kitties designs

Crocheted Terror Kitties mini dolls - fully poseable and 100% handmade by master stitcher and crochet expert Tales From the Stitch!
...plus more exclusive surprises yet to come!"

The Pins:

"The Dolls:

We've partnered up with our friend Chelsey, aka Tales From the Stitch, to offer a limited amount of articulated, poseable crocheted dolls based on our Terror Kitties designs! We're really excited to be able to offer these, and I'm sure you will be too once you have them in your hands. These can be added to any pledge tier by simply adding $45.00 per doll when you check out, then letting us know what doll(s) you want when surveys are sent out after the campaign ends. Dolls are also included in our "mega-pack" bundles."

"The Stickers:

Each pledge for 3 or more pins will include a FREE die-cut glossy sticker sheet of all 9 Terror Kitties designs! Stick 'em anywhere & everywhere!"


September: Kickstarter Launches

October: Kickstarter ends. Backer surveys are sent out.

November: Production begins on the pins, dolls and other rewards, after all surveys are received.

December: Backer rewards are shipped out."

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