Halloween Tree Reveal!

The ornaments are made. Raffia 'icicles' are draped. How will it look when it all comes together? Drumroll, please....












Ta-da!

We have {fake} pine trees year around in our lodge-inspired home, so I need a simple way to dress them up for the various holidays. 


What do you think about how it turned out? 


You know what I'm going to appreciate the most? Those burlap scary movie ornaments are reversible!  Simply flip them over in November to reveal images celebrating Thanksgiving. 

Of course these beautiful, sparkly little gourds and the raffia will carry through both Fall holidays as well. Makes it easy on the decorator during a holiday-packed season. 


Even the candy corn ornaments can stay put. I'll just turn the halloween image toward the tree.


I now have a Jack-O-Lantern variety with tutorial, too!



After we fully enjoy the holiday, I will stash away these Haunting Beauties and put a couple of new goodies in their place.


I'm pleased with how it turned out. Have you ever decorated a Halloween Tree?


Q: What tricks do you use to simplify your seasonal decorating?  



Here are more of my Halloween projects for inspiration:


16 comments:

Emily @ 52mantels said...

I love the idea of a Halloween tree! Do you do one for every holiday (awesome, if so!)?

Amanda said...

Wow, unique idea for a tree! Looks great, can't wait to see what you do for Christmas!

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

in a word...AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWESOME!!!!!!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

What a neat idea!!! Love your Halloween tree- would love for you to come share it at my weekend decorating party at my blog sometime too! :)

Cathy @My 1929 Charmer said...

Wow, that's one gorgeous tree. How creative. I'd love it if you would link this to my new Sunday's Best Link party starting today at 9:30. This needs to be shared.

Lori said...

Absolutety fabulous Halloween creations! Love the Halloween tree...

Donene said...

What a great Halloween tree! Thanks for visiting and your nice comments!

rachaelk said...

Love this! What a great idea!

Vicky said...

What a fun idea! I think this will catch on in the next few years. Love how versatile the ornaments are. I am a new follower from Tatertots and Jello. Vicky from www.messforless.net

Queenie said...

One of these days, I'm gonna have a seasonal year round tree, I've been saying that for some time now...it just looks like such fun to have around...I am sure loving your Halloween tree, it's so cute, I know you had a blast making the ornaments for it...thanks for sharing it :)
Big hugs,
Queenie

EnchantedBella said...

Oh I love your Halloween tree. I wanted to make one but never got around to it. It looks wonderful.
Rebecca

Anonymous said...

cute cute CUTE! what can I say? I just love all of it - makes me feel some holiday anticipation - just like a kid :) wonderful job! Diane

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hi there - just stopping back by to say thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

lauren @ West Furniture Revival said...

LOVE THE HALLOWEEN TREE, GREAT IDEA!

Catch A Falling Star said...

I love the tree decor.
it has that vintagy feel to it and that makes it even better!

Lynnie @ Vintage Gal Style said...

That candy corn ornament pumpkin is so darn cute.

Lynnie