Today marks the end of our Halloween celebration and all eight of our DIY queens have been crowned. Escorted by an army of DIY Halloween decorations and our merry band of unique artificial Christmas trees, each thrilled us with unique displays fit for royalty. See the queen-sized offerings of DIY Halloween decorations and fun ideas from our ensemble of DIY Queens below.
Cassie’s love for classic monster movies inspired her Monster Mash Halloween Tree. Dracula, The Mummy, and Frankenstein all made a cameo on her Candy Corn Tree with silver and creepy handmade ornaments as the supporting cast. See how easy these DIY ornaments are made by visiting Cassie Stephens on her blog and YouTube channel.
Vanessa of Brite and Bubbly
Vanessa reached into her bag of tricks and treated us to a spell-binding display inspired by a Disney favorite. For Day 2 of our Halloween DIY Queens celebration, she decorated our Lively Lavender Tree with miniature witch hats and spell books, colorful ornaments, and clip art inspired by Salem’s Sanderson Sisters. Learn more about Vanessa’s Hocus Pocus tree on her blog.
Jen of 100 Directions
Princes and Princesses delight! Jen’s not-so-spooky Halloween tree is ready for trick-or-treat season with handmade ornaments featuring eyeballs, giant candies, and happy jack-o-lanterns! Using a black, white, and orange theme, her Noble Fir Christmas Tree and Color Glaze glass ornaments will put a smile on every member of the royal family. Check out Jen’s Halloween tree on 100 Directions.
Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate
It doesn’t get more Halloween than black, orange, and green! Featuring a mishmash of stripes, dots, and glitter accents, Chloe’s Obsidian Black Tree is gorgeous from all angles. See more of the tree and Chloe’s Halloween mantel from Celebrate and Decorate.
Andrew and Dennis of Crafty Lumberjacks
Lab rats, science charts, mini lobotomy skulls- Andrew and Dennis cooked up something eerily enticing with our Silver Shadow Ombre Tree. The kicker? The ornaments are all upcycled from craft and dollar stores! See what else these mad scientists are up to at the Lumberjacks Lab!
On Day 4 of our DIY Celebration, Natalie surprised everyone with a grand display fit for a queen. Her Obsidian Black Tree was decorated with large Frankenstein ornaments, witch hats, and spider webs that brought oversized fun to the theme. See more of Natalie’s DIY Halloween decorations by visiting her site.
There’s no better way to end our royal retreat than with our very own Jennifer Perkins. Dressed in vintage-inspired ornaments, Jen’s duo of ombré trees stand on either side of her Halloween shelves like two Queen’s Guard in Black and Gold armor. Learn all about Jen’s sparkling Halloween DIY display here.
We hope our week-long DIY fest inspired you to get crafty on your own. Thank you to our 2017 Halloween Queens for opening up their homes and showing us how to create a fun and spooky centerpiece for one of our favorite holidays. Check back on the Treetopia blog for more exciting blog hops!