The traditional Christmas trees are being decorated with fake cobwebs and other spooky ornaments to give a creepy vibe to the trees.
Despite Halloween being some months away, it hasn't stopped Halloween enthusiasts from coming up with creative and innovative ideas to make their decorations stand out from others. Instead of bringing Christmas trees to life during the Yuletide season, people are going gaga over this latest trend of Halloween Christmas trees. What are Halloween Christmas trees anyway? Simply put, it's replacing your baubles, candy canes, Christmassy figurines with all things creepy and crawly like skulls, pumpkins, and spiders among others. If that excites you, and you want to jump on in this trend (why wouldn't you?), then it's time to head to your garage and dust off your Christmas tree, and give it that much-needed spooky makeover.
It's a fun idea and the Halloween Christmas trees will definitely amp up the decor of people's homes who love spooky interiors. People are using fake spider webs range garlands, pumpkin decorations, and fall foliage to transform the Christmas trees into something that looks right out of a horror movie. One Instagram user had the brilliant idea to replace the star that sits on top of the Christmas tree with a plush pumpkin and it's just genius.
Her tree also featured twinkling orange lights, fake spider cobwebs, ornaments of Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas, and pumpkin accents. Apart from these decorations, Jack-o'-lantern ornaments and orange bows are used to line up the tree, along with other baubles like miniature haunted houses at the base of the tree. This Halloween, you can decorate your own spooky Christmas trees and stand apart amongst your friends and peers. There are also bright orange Christmas trees available on the market, so that might give you a fair idea about how famous the trend has gotten.
The tree comes with the classic Jack-o'-lantern buckets used for trick-or-treating. Check out these other amazing Halloween Christmas tree ideas