I found these newer Beistle monster designs in my local discount store. They tip toward cutesy, but each illustration shows style. Strangely, the Frankenstein Monster is smaller than Dracula, and the Witch is the largest cutout. Date on the label says 2012, but the backside of the label is for a different decoration than these cutouts. It reads No. 01022, Glittered Happy Halloween Streamer. The number for these cutouts is 01630.
Spotted these at the local discount store. They're flexible thin plastic, with a small suction cup in back to stick on mirrors, windows, etc. I like the glitter on the fingernails and the cartoon design. Not too cute, not too scary, so it should appeal to just about any Halloween lover. There is no manufacturer information printed on it.
Here's me at the tender age of 4 in 1960, getting ready for Halloween. Sure, it may only be May, but it's never too early to try on your costume to make sure it fits just right. That big rifle I'm holding (well, relatively speaking, of course) was a sick-kid present (chickenpox). I loved it. I hated it. Every time I pulled the lever down and back up it pinched my finger badly. But I kept playing with it and shooting bad guys, monsters, and creepy shadows until my finger hurt too much. I like to remember it as a teachable life-moment. And after all those candy cigarettes I never did take up smoking. I do eat a lot of candy, though.