Witches and Wonders Halloween Blog Hop: Thank You!Posted by in Halloween 2016
Last week, some of Halloween’s most iconic characters were brought to life by our talented blogger partners. Each participant received a colorful Christmas tree from Treetopia to decorate with a theme that represents an iconic character. Hop back on your broomsticks, and let Treetopia and our partners take you to the wonderful, colorful side of Halloween once again with our Witches and Wonders Halloween Blog Hop Wrap-up!
Jennifer Perkins kicked things off with her Black Gold Ombre Tree. Sparkly pumpkins, gilded pinwheels, bat banners, floral picks, and witch ornaments worked perfectly with her tree’s metallic foliage. See more of Jen’s Witches and Wonders tree here.
Sarah of All Things With Purpose
Sarah had tons of ideas for her Witches and Wonders tree but in the end, she chose a character she believed most represented the season. She brought a bevy of color to her tree with ornaments like jelly beans, pretzel sticks, chevron ornaments, and plush dolls. Check out her Peanuts-inspired Lively Lavender tree here.
Fotini of Farmhouse Chic
Fotini opened up her Book of Spells to conjure up her Witches and Wonders tree. Taking cues from her favorite Halloween movie, Hocus Pocus, she decorated her Black Gold Ombre Tree with witch hats, broomsticks, witch fingers, and spider webs! View Fotini’s Halloween centerpiece over at the Farmhouse Chic Blog.
Meagan of Sunshine and Sippy Cups
It was a no-brainer for Meagan to decorate her Treetopia Basics® – Black Tree with trims inspired by A Nightmare Before Christmas. Complete with DIY ornaments inspired by characters from the Tim Burton classic, her Witches and Wonders tree is a treat for fans of the movie. Follow this link to see more!
We appreciate Meagan’s positivity and can-do attitude despite the challenges she’s faced this year, including a life-changing diagnosis. To learn more and see how you can help, please visit her GoFundMe page.
Yami of The Latina Next Door
Closing our Witches and Wonders campaign is The Latina Next Door and her Phantom of the Opera-inspired Christmas tree. Dressed in white, gold, and red trims, her Obsidian Black Christmas tree was simply gorgeous. Head over Next Door for the full feature.
We would like to thank our Brand Ambassador, Jennifer Perkins, and all the creative Halloween guests who made Witches and Wonders a delightful and memorable event! Did you do any home decorating for Halloween? Share your photos with us—we’d love to see them!
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