Here she is, the tree that brought me to Treetopia! If I had a tree spirit animal it would be this Candy Corn Tree. It was love at first Halloween tree sight, when I spotted this tree. I’ve used this tree as a Halloween party photo prop, for a round of Musical Chairs, decorated it with bats, and last year, gave it the Teal Pumpkin Project treatment. This year, I went with witches!
Who says hot pink doesn’t scream Halloween? There is no reason why my hot pink tree should not join in the Halloween fun with my orange and black trees. I went with doll parts, vintage Halloween masks, and pops of emerald green. This Halloween, think pink when you are decorating.
The idea for this Halloween ornament came to me because of a common mom dilemma—my kids kept leaving the lids off of their Play-Doh, which meant lot’s of empty containers to throw out. Then I thought: “Hey, those would make adorable little Halloween ornament dioramas”! So I dug them all out of the trash and busted out the glitter! So easy, fun and customizable!
Another day, another Halloween ornament! This black Halloween tree is full of handmade fun. There is an array of DIY ornaments I painted and also some fun orange flowers with slithering snakes. Creepy crawly snakes are easy to make with wait for it… Green hot glue!
All week I have been sharing DIY Halloween ornaments. So far, we’ve talked monsters and doll stew. Today, let’s show the cute side of creepy with some kitties. This Halloween, I decided to give my beloved Candy Corn Tree the witch treatment, and no witch is complete without her black cat.
These my friends, may be the creepiest Halloween ornaments I have ever made—and I’ve made A LOT of Halloween ornaments in my day. When I had the crafty idea to join together my box of vintage doll parts and some old children’s pots and pans, I knew I was onto something. Remember, if you can’t find what you are looking for at the store, you can always make it yourself. Needless to say, they don’t have doll part stew ornaments at the store.
Finding the perfect Halloween ornaments can be tricky business. Especially if you do Halloween like I do Halloween. Sure, orange and black are swell, but let us not forget the awesomeness of hot pink werewolves and lime green mummies! Especially when you pair them with a purple Halloween tree.
Halloween can be tough for the 4 million children affected by food allergies. Trick-or-treating means giving up majority of your candy because it may be full of peanuts, milk, or soy. The Teal Pumpkin Project was started in 2014 by F.A.R.E.. Teal pumpkins on doorsteps (or in black Halloween trees) let kids and parents know that this house is giving out something other than candy. As a parent of a child with a peanut allergy, this cause and these teal pumpkins are near and dear to my heart. This Halloween, consider stocking up on temporary tattoos, pencils, stickers, and a teal pumpkin. If you want to take it a step further like I did, decorate an entire Halloween tree to show your support.
Christmas in July celebrations got a lot more exciting with National Ice Cream month! As a special treat for our lovely followers, we hosted the first-ever Ice Cream Social Blog Hop. We’ve rounded up 6 awesome bloggers to each share their creativity in showcasing unique designs that represented their favorite frozen treats.
Read on to see what our friends came up with!
We’ve come to the end of our first-ever Ice Cream Social Blog Hop, and rounding up the list is the ever so creative, Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate.
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