If you or your kid are having a hard time finding some goth school supplies, then check out some of the things we've found for you today. If you're like me, going out and school shopping isn't what I call fun. I also realized early on that trudging through aisles lengthens the horrible experience. Take a look at what you can find online. There's a whole array of dark and dreary items that will surely your needs. And no frantic moms and whiny kids getting in your way like might happen at Target or Office Depot!
These Crayola "My Color is Black" not only defines you and me, but is the most useful package I have found for school. It has a little bit of everything.
I've always loved black pencils over the silly yellow ones.
I really like these Black Widow blackwood colored pencils, but I can see lots of people invading your space to desperately ask where you got them.
These black post-its would be useful for marking your excerpts from your favorite Edgar Allan Poe story. If you have a silver gel pen, you can write notes.
Make bold statements with your original black bold markers by Crayola.
I'm not much of a crayon lady, but I have a few wee goths that would appreciate having a surplus of original black crayons.
In all honesty, I have never used the Staonal black crayon before. It's better for gothic artists, as they are industrial grade!
I love how these black cat ink pens all have differing personalities. One cat looks annoyed and another looks blissfully unaware. A perfect representation of my favorite feline fiends.
This is a basic black notebook which I used to take a whiteout pen to when I was in school. I would draw all kinds of disturbing images to jazz up my notebooks.
I was oddly excited about this marble college notebook. From afar it looks like it is decorated with cobwebs or a hellish smoke.
I had a friend draw something on my notebook that was similar to this black damask notebook when I was in college.
Here's a gorgeous black damask notebook - what an elegant way to take notes in class!
This composition notebook also comes in a striking red damask.
I've also got my eye on this beautiful Black Damask planner for 2017.
This Edgar Allan Poe notebook has 150 lined pages.
For fans of Wonderland, here's an Alice composition notebook, ready for your written words of wisdom.
This wooden cat scotch tape dispenser is so awesome. I would just be afraid of too many people wanting to use this and bothering me.
For the Super Morbid:
I think anyone with a darker side would enjoy these skull and crossbone pencils.
It was hard for me to see the sugar skull on these colored pencils. When I did, I realized how hauntingly stunning they are!
I appreciate the aged features of this sugar skull notebook. It looks more macabre than the bright neon sugar skulls I'm used to.
This is an elegant and gruesome skull notebook, worthy of all your strange ramblings.
You'll probably be the only one in your classroom with this Gargoyles decomposition book!
These are so wonderfully disturbing! I would love to use these novelty bone pens for anatomy class!
For Budding Gothic Artists:
Help others see the wonder of the darkness with this black sketchbook with black paper.
You'll need a large tub of black acrylic paint if you plan on beginning your goth fantasy paintings!
Toddler and elementary goths will love this tub of black modeling clay. I need this for some of my nieces and nephews!
These black water colors are a great if you love graphic novels such as Neil Gaiman's Sandman. I can see someone painting Death or Dream with these.
The kids can learn new painting techniques and envelope themselves blackness with this black tempera paint from Crayola.
Should you for whatever reason need an entire gallon of black washable paint, Crayola and Amazon have you covered!
For Steampunk Enthusiasts:
I'm so glad they finally have different shades of brown available in these multicultural markers. Now any steampunk coloring book I get can accurately be filled in.
I can see this bronze yellow acrylic being used for all the shining gears in your paintings.
Imagine all the different kinds of weapons, outfits, and buildings you can craft with this modeling clay.
School shopping doesn't need to be strenuous or daunting. Sometimes it's hard to find things that you really enjoy or relate to while you're out and about. Plus all those giddy people really kill the mood. You can find all you need and more online! Are you looking forward to the school season? Tell me about it down below.