Halloween Tree

Each year, we add one more Halloween decoration to our collection. This year, after seeing this idea in a Matthew Mead book, I decided to make a Halloween tree. I only paid for a can of black spray paint, and the decorations were found in the dollar section of Target. I downloaded the cat ornaments from the Matthew Mead website. I sprayed the branches and a pot we already had black, and then anchored the pot down with rocks from our front yard. Next year, I'll probably do what the book suggests and get some floral foam to anchor the branches.


I also added some LED tea lights that I already had to make the tree glow at night. That is my girl's favorite part!



I linked up to these fun sites:
Fingerprints on the Fridge
Finding Fabulous - Frugalicious Fridays
Skip To My Lou - Made By You Monday
Making The World Cuter

2 comments:

Nicole@Whimsy-Lane said...

What a cute idea, Kate. I had never thought of doing a Halloween Tree. I love it all lit up at night!

Michella @ whimsy-lane.blogspot.com said...

Great idea with the 'ornaments'! The floral foam really works great, I used it with my own SPOOKTACULAR tree:) Would be cute to put little treats in the buckets for the kids to count down to Halloween!

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