Ready for some good news? And spooktacular news? Halloween Christmas trees are a thing, and I bet you’ll jump on this growing trend of setting up the tree early and decking it out with Halloween items like cobwebs, pumpkins, head bone, and witch hats.
7 Spooky DIY Halloween Tree Ideas
It’s easy to execute as there really aren’t any rules. Repurpose spooky decorations you already own is the affordable way to decorate your tree. Take on some new DIY projects to trim the branches, or shop for Halloween ornaments.
As for the tree, artificial trees are easiest to find in October. Plus, there are plenty of options that will transition well from Halloween all the way through until Christmas. Read on for our favorite ways to decorate your tree into a spooky decorating tradition you’ll look forward to recreating year after year.
1. Spooky Betty Tree
This spooky tree looks poppy with its vibrant colors. What if you find a cheap tree or you no longer love the look of your faux tree this is the craft for you. You can spray-paint your tree in candy corn colors and then finish with punchy accessories.
2. Black Tree
If you’re bored stare at green trees, you can change your tree with Halloween traditional color; black. Transform a black fall tree into a spooktacular statement with a pop of orange and ornaments. With string light around the tree perfectly complete the look.
3. Trick or Treat Betty Tree
It wouldn’t be true Halloween without ‘Trick or Treat’ and betty, and this one is the genius one. Use your paper clips to clip the betty. No need for other accessories, this one already looks spooktacular.
4. Witch Tree
Displayed in a white scheme, this tree truly stole my heart. Spray your faux Christmas tree in white and then put witch’s hat on the top. Then place them wherever your tree needs a neutral of color.
5. Skeleton Tree
No Halloween without skeletons, even for your tree. Transform a black tree into a spooky piece with elegant ribbons, ornaments, signage, and a string light in contrasting colors.
6. Masked Winter Tree
Sparkling masks and feathers add texture and contrast to this white tree, but why stop there? You can use colorful props and accessories from old costumes to deck out your tree. Such a perfect unity from black-and-white colors.
7. Spider Black-and-White Tree
This one-of-a-kind looks so incredible. You can show your support for the cause and add a pop of unusual color to your tree with any kind of Halloween signage.