Nightmare Before Christmas Jack and Sally Potholder Set
WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING STRANGE?
These pot holders from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas bring the perfect mix of kitsch and practicality to your kitchen. Basically, each time you bake or cook or grill, you get to smile remembering one of your favorites. What could be better than that (besides the spooky treats you whip up)?
ENJOY THE SPOOKY SIDE OF LIFE
These heat-resistant oven pot holders feature a black and off-white design, which means they go with everything — except for little Zero's nose, which is the perfect surprise touch.
Whether they're for a wedding, birthday, housewarming, or just because, these oven mitts make a haunting gift for fans of all things spooky. Make every day feel like Halloween with officially licensed Disney kitchenware.
- Machine wash cold
- Tumble dry low
- SPOOKTACULAR HOME ESSENTIALS: Keep your hands safe while handling boiling pots of Worm's Wort Soup with hot pads. These oven pot holders from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas offer protection for everyday tasks around the kitchen.
- EVERYBODY SCREAM WITH DELIGHT: One oven mitt features Jack and Sally on Spiral Hill, with Zero romping in the foreground. The other features Jack Skellington, Sally, Oogie Boogie, the Mayor, Zero, Dr. Finkelstein, and Lock, Shock, and Barrel.
- HALLOWEEN TOWN'S FINEST: Complete tasks safely and comfortably with these decorative oven pot holders. Made of 100% soft cotton, these hot pads make it easy to handle your cookware. For the best care, machine wash cold and tumble dry low.
- FRIGHTFULLY FUN IN THE KITCHEN: Full of all sorts of dreadful delight, enjoy a worry-free cooking experience with these heat-resistant oven mitts. The attached loops allow for easy hanging, ensuring quick access to these hot pads when needed.
- OFFICIAL DISNEY COLLECTIBLE: Whether you're cooking, baking, or grilling, you can make every meal hauntingly memorable. Spook things up with this officially licensed pot holder set inspired by Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas.