Christmas already uses a tree to celebrate the holidays. So why can't Halloween have a tree too? It's not such a far-fetched idea. Is it? Author Ray Bradbury wrote a novel in 1972 called "The Halloween Tree", which traced the history of Halloween and Samhain. Besides, if Santa brings presents under the Christmas Tree, what will people put under your Halloween tree? Hopefully it's something really cool like candy and not something icky and nasty like spiders, slimy eyeballs and hearts, cause that would be just a little too "Scream Queen" for anyone's taste.
You no longer have to choose between Halloween or Christmas.
Both holidays are super fun and best of all, now you can take out your Christmas tree out a little early and turn it into a Halloween tree.
Add a bunch of Halloween-themed ornaments and prepare to celebrate.
Nothing celebrates the thinning of the veil between the world of the living and the dead more than pumpkin ornaments, maybe a black or purple Garland, and oh yes, a Chucky doll.
Who needs a north star when you have this creepy fellow humping the top of your tree.
It’s bound to make someone pee their pants on their way to the bathroom and they see this skeleton waving hi from the living room.
Halloween Trees can be the ultimate "Nightmare Before Christmas."
Halloween has taken a back burner to Thanksgiving, Christmas, and in this year’s case, the presidential election. But no more! It’s time to Tim Burton this holiday up.
You don't have to go cray-cray with the decorations. Pumpkins and Jack-O-Lanterns make some mighty fine ornaments too.
It may not be the “Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” but it’s the next best thing.
It's time to witch things up a bit before the 31st of October is upon us.
Leave those tinsels in their boxes and those candy canes in the fridge. What you need are skull shaped ornaments, cobwebs and fake spiders.
Halloween Trees can bring out the kid in you and you'll love them.
You might even want to make love to it!
Ghosts, pumpkins and other spooky stuff will work like a charm on your tree.
You could even get creative and do some Halloween arts and crafts to fill your tree up.
There's no right or wrong way to decorate a Halloween tree.
The whole fun of decorating one involves turning a pine tree or a plastic substitute into something your ghoul family can totally enjoy.
Don't be afraid to show your Halloween spirit.
Display that tree near your window so all your neighbors can see that you’ve got the Halloween spirit up in your head, deep in your heart, and down to your knees.
If your tree still looks a little too Christmasy then make it a black Christmas with these.
You’ll find it impossible to get a bunch of black cats to pose like a pyramid until Halloween ends. But if you want to bump up the creep factor, turn a bunch of life-like plush cats into a Halloween tree. Fair warning, you might feel like you’re being watched this season.
Tis the season to be scary… with this tree of nightmares.
Until Halloween ornaments become a thing, you need to get crafty. It’s the ultimate project for any Halloween addict and it’s scary fun.