A few days ago, I put together this fun little Halloween tree for our kitchen. It’s sitting on a ledge that’s next to the windows. This ledge is the perfect place to put seasonal displays in our kitchen.
I really hadn’t planned on making a Halloween tree this year, but my friend Brenda was cleaning out some of her things and she asked me if I wanted a little scrappy tree. Well, yes. I love scrappy and free!
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Once it occurred to me that I could create a Halloween tree, my first thought was to spray paint the entire tree black. But then I got to thinking that I might want to use this tree to decorate for other seasons, so I just painted the trunk black and the wooden base orange.
I already had this kitchen witch that I used to decorate the kitchen for fall a few years ago. I knew she’d be cute perched on top of the tree.
Since the tree was going into the kitchen, I picked up a few cookie cutters which had some Halloween designs printed on the card that the cutters were attached. So I cut out the designs and hot-glued them to the back of the cookie cutters.