Halloween Trees Ideas

 Halloween Christmas trees are a thing now; people are decorating Halloween trees this year!  They are inexpensive and very easy to make. 

You can just use your Christmas tree and decorate it in orange and black rather than red and green. And instead of beads and ornaments, you can decorate them with all kinds of ghosts, trolls, goblins, and ghouls.

Here are some ideas we've collected from the internet to inspire you:

10 ideas to paint your walls uniquely

Decorating your home is one of the funniest things you can do, and sometimes merely changing a wall of color can transform the look of a room entirely and even your mood. If you can't think of how to do it, check these ideas: 

  1. There are rollers with textures that give a unique style to your wall. 
  2. Put nature in your house, painting some flowers. 
  3. Create different textures
  4. The stripes on just one wall look great
  5. Use a broom to create lines with a slightly lighter shade
  6. Trace your writings on the surface of your room
  7. Cut cardboard in the way you like and draw lines around.
  8. Here more texture ideas.
  9. Instead of painting the entire room, paint only one wall of your favorite color. It will look great. 
  10. Use two contrasting colors. 

Here we leave you a 5-Minute Crafts Video  where they teach us these tricks to paint the walls creatively:

Candy corn rice krispies

This dessert recipe is genius! It's super simple to make, delicious and perfect for all your Halloween and Thanksgiving get-togethers. Even if you're not a fan of candy corn, you won't be able to get enough of these Candy Corn Rice Krispie treats. They're ooey gooey, crunchy, and perfectly chocolate-y. You've really got to try them!


  • 6 cups Rice Krispie cereal
  • 6 cups mini marshmallows
  • 5 tbsp butter
  • orange gel food coloring
  • dark chocolate
  • white chocolate


  1. Melt the butter in a large pot over medium heat.
  2. Add the mini marshmallows to the pot and stir until melted.
  3. Add some orange gel coloring to your melted marshmallows and remove from heat.
  4. Add your cereal to your marshmallow mixture and stir until everything is well coated.
  5. Press the mixture into a buttered baking dish (11x13) and let cool.
  6. Once cooled, cut into triangles (like the shape of candy corn).
  7. Melt your dark and white chocolate in separate bowls.
  8. Dip the base of your triangle treat into the dark chocolate, and dip the top into the white. Place the treat on a sheet of wax paper and let cool.
  9. Treats can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Enjoy!

Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of my favorite movies, so when I saw these adorable Jack Skellington Oreo Pops I knew I had to make them! These spooky Halloween pops are so much easier to make than regular cake pops, plus they're adorable! All you need are Oreos, white candy melts, lollipop sticks, a black edible marker, and black ribbon. No baking required! Once you've whipped them up they will stay fresh in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Enjoy!


  • 12 Oreos
  • White chocolate candy coating/White chocolate candy melts
  • Black Edible Marker
  • Black Icing Gel
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Black Ribbon


  1. Melt the candy melts according to package directions. Pour into a small bowl or glass.
  2. Add a dab of chocolate to the end of the lollipop stick and stick a lollipop stick into the cream filling of each Oreo.
  3. Lay Oreo pops onto a foil-lined baking sheet. Stick into the freezer for 1 minute. (This step is optional but helps keep the Oreos on the stick) Remove Oreo pops from freezer.
  4. Dip the Oreos into the white chocolate one at a time. Covering each one and tapping off the excess chocolate. Place back onto the foil-lined baking sheet.
  5. Place into the fridge for 5 minutes or until chocolate is hard. Remove Oreo pops from fridge. Using an edible marker and/or black icing gel, draw Jack Skellington's face onto each pop.
  6. Tie on Jack's bow to finish the pops.

Terra cotta pumpkin dishes

This easy craft is just so cute! These Terra Cotta Pumpkin Dishes are the most adorable decorations for fall and Halloween. The fun thing about this project is that you can use various sized pots and saucers to create a collection of different sized pumpkins to put throughout your house! Don’t forget to share this with someone who loves Halloween!



  1. Paint your pots and saucers orange and let dry.
  2. Paint the wooden knobs brown and let dry.
  3. Glue your wooden knobs to the bottom of your pot. This will be the stem of the pumpkin. Let dry.
  4. Tie a piece of twine around the wooden knob.
  5. Fill your pots with Halloween candy and enjoy!

Copper Striped Pumpkins

If you want to decorate for fall, you are probably going to need some pumpkins. Instead of having some of the same-old orange gourds hanging around, why not opt for these pretty white pumpkins and decorate them with copper stripes?

The copper accents will really add that special touch without taking much time at all. Check out this super easy DIY project below!

Materials Needed:

  • White mini pumpkins
  • Copper metallic tape
  • Scissors


  1. There really aren't a lot of steps involved with this one!
  2. All you have to do is decide where you would like tape to sit and cut it to size. It is easier to do this before you start sticking them to the pumpkin so make sure you pre-cut all your pieces before you begin.
  3. Peel the backing off the tape, carefully stick it to the pumpkin, smoothing the tape as you go. Repeat until you have your desired look!
  4. Make a few of them and create a centerpiece to have the prettiest table around this fall!

Super Helpful Sponge Hacks

When we think about using an everyday sponge, our minds usually go directly to cleaning. However, did you know about all the other amazing sponge hacks there are out there? From cleaning to storing your jewelry....there's a hack for all!

Sponges Aren't Just for Cleaning! Check out All These Hacks!
  1.  Pin Cushion - Store with sewing items and use as a cushion for sewing pins.
  2. Protect your walls - Trying to remove nails can leave dents and marks on your walls. Instead, try placing a sponge below the nail when you use your hammer to prevent marks and scuffs.
  3. Microwave Cleaner - Cleaning your microwave has never been easier! Submerge your sponge in water and squeeze out excess. Slice a lemon in half and squeeze one-half of its juices on the sponge. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds and then wipe clean!
  4. Ring Holder - Using an old mint tin, cut your sponge to size and then place inside. Using a box cutter, make small slices in the sponge to fit rings.
  5. Ice Pack - Submerge your sponge in water, and squeeze out only 70% of water. Place the sponge into a ziplock bag and place in the freezer. Use as an ice pack for bumps and bruises or use as an ice pack to keep your lunch cool.
  6. Oven cleaner - Using a sharp knife, slice two slits into the sponge going vertically about 95% of the way through. Then slice 3 slits into the sponge going horizontally about 95% of the way through. Submerge the sponge into warm soapy water, squeeze it out, and start cleaning those oven grills!
  7. Bottle Cleaner - Slice your sponge in half, and then at the top of both ends, use a knife to create a slice to insert a small magnet into each. Use a hot glue gun to seal the sponge shut keeping the magnets in place. Drop one half into the bottle, and using the other outside the bottle.
  8. Nail Polish Remover - Cut your sponge in half and place both pieces into a mini-sized mason jar, ensuring you can still place the lid on top for storage. Once both pieces are in, fill the jar with nail polish remover and allow the sponges to absorb it. Place your fingers in there, wiggle them around, and voila! Nail polish removed!