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.
It’s that time of the year again when Treetopia brings out the playful spirit in everyone for a fun and spooky event to remember. This Halloween, we’ve rounded up an ensemble of DIY royalty to dress up our colorful trees and foliage with their own handmade ornaments–and to show you how to make your own!
From killer stiletto ornaments to a sinfully sweet Candy Corn tree, we have products that will surely thrill every Halloween fan–but which Treetopia offering gives YOU the right kind of goosebumps? Find out with our Totally Treetopia Quiz and get a chance to win a full-size Christmas tree just in time for this year’s most haunting holiday!
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Remember when I posted about the Teal Pumpkin Project? Well in case you did not get enough Tuxedo Black Tree action, we are back for more! Here I am just leisurely relaxing with my cat (too bad my black one is not in the picture instead), and one of my many Halloween trees. This week, I’ve given you a tour of all my Halloween trees: candy corn, hot pink, table top trees and lavender.
The latest addition to my Halloween tree forest is this guy: Mr. Lively Lavender. At first, I was skeptical about how a lavender tree would work for Halloween, but I gotta tell ya—this is my favorite tree this year! I know I never thought I could love a tree more than the candy corn tree, but this year, it’s happened.
I get it, not everyone is ready to commit to a 6 ft tall Halloween tree, and that’s ok. Tabletop trees are the perfect solution. All the fun, without the commitment or need for space. Not just tabletop trees—think garlands and wreaths too!
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!
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