I am so pleased with how my holiday tree turned out! I got this lovely tree courtesy of the Junior League of Riverside. I was actually a part of the construction of the tree which we used for centerpieces for our ball 2 years ago. It's simply Manzanita branches secured in a pot using Plaster of Paris and then spray painting the entire thing silver. Quite easy. At the end of the ball we had an option of a donation for the centerpiece. You may recall I used these for my friend Caitlin's Bridal Shower which I hosted.
Anywho, I decided I will revamp the tree for each holiday (as I post them I will tag them all with the "Holiday Tree" label which you can access on the left). This is my Halloween version! It features beads from Michael's, flower balls (you can view my past tutorial here), black paper bats made on the Cricut, spider webs from the dollar tree, black paper spiders made on the Cricut, white raffia to cover the base, pumpkin ornaments that my mother passed down to me, and some cool skeletons that were actually on a garland I got at the dollar tree. I just cut the garland apart to make them individual ornaments. Oh and the cool raven at the top, also from the dollar tree. I love it so much and couldn't wait to share it with you all! Thanks for looking!! I love to read your comments, so please let me know what you think by commenting below!