3 Wicked Steps to Decorate for Halloween Hero Banner

Dust off the skeletons in the closet and bring out your playful spirit for a fun and spooky Halloween celebration. Take it from The Wall Street Journal, who used one of our orange trees to create a spooky display fit for the season. We help you put together a spooktacular centerpiece for one of our favorite holidays!

Step 1: Choose a Tree

Take your Halloween decorating to the next level with Treetopia’s collection of Halloween trees. We showcase our collection of premium trees that add a chic eerie vibe to your celebrations. From bright orange to spooky black, and pastel pink to cranberry red, our vibrant selection brings your decorating fantasies to life.

Step 2: Pick Up Some Tricks

Pick up some tricks on how to choose a unique and awesome theme from our friends, the Crafty Lumberjacks in this video:

We share more amazing ideas below:

Colossal Candy Corn

Go batty decorating your DIY candy corn tree. Simply connect a section each of a white, orange, and yellow tree.

Ghastly Green

Creepin’ it real with your green Christmas tree with a Halloween twist.

Wildly Whimsical

Bubble up some spooky fun with lavender and pink trees.

Bewitching Black and White

Surprise guests with drama, elegance, and witchy woo with these enchanting black and white trees.

Otherworldly Ombré

Double toil and trouble with these cauldron bubbling gold and silver ombré trees.

Step 3: Embellish with Treats

Treat your tree to an assortment of creepy or whimsical ornaments. This is the perfect time to let your creative spirit shine with some DIY décor. Brand Ambassador, Jen Perkins, got us glued to her tree decorations last season with kid-friendly diorama ornaments, slithering snake bouquets, black cats, creepy doll part stew, and felt monsters. Find more quirky and inspirational ideas on Jen’s blog.

Our friend, Cassie shares how she created and decorated her candy corn tree in the video below:

Join Cassie Stephens in celebrating the spookiest time of the year with DIY Halloween decorations. Put on your crafty hat to get those creative juices flowing and those bones cracking! From some eerily delightful DIY ornaments that showcase your decorating prowess, to throwing your support behind the Teal Pumpkin Project that brings awareness to children with food allergies during trick-or-treat season, we trust you will have a fabulous time. We hope our bewitching ideas sparked excitement to get you decorating and ready to celebrate a creep-tastic Halloween! Which colorful tree is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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