September 21, 2016

My 2016 Halloween Tree Reveal

It’s that time of the year when I start getting the antsy to unpack Halloween decorations.
I spent most of last weekend getting our annual full-sized tree decorated.
Handmade ornaments mixed with lots of vintage Halloween picks collected from estate sales, fill the branches.
For those of you who have followed me as long as I've been blogging, you know that our family {loves} Halloween!
NOT the icky, scary, gross-kind of Halloween, but the fun, vintage, Orange and Black Halloween! This year, marks our 25th annual Halloween party.  
I can hardly believe we've been doing this for 25 years.   

As you can see, my Halloween tree is extra full this year.  It’s definitely our favorite time of the year!! Happy "early" Halloween!

11 comments:

Lynn said...

How fun! I decorated my tree too, just waiting for the cooler weather to go with it:@)

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

WOW!! 25 years of Halloween decorating...AWESOME, Kim! You certainly have a wonderful collection!
warmly,
deb

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You make every holiday FUN for everyone! I love the black cats and the big witches hat on top! Hugs!

Nellie said...

What great fun you have with Halloween!! Love that tree!! - xo Nellie

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

I don't have them on display yet, but I got my Halloween bin out and have been making cute witches. Love your tree and the other peeks. Looking forward to seeing all your fabulous Halloween decor.

Lynne said...

Love the Halloween ornaments in the first picture . . .
Vintage ?

vivian said...

I love your halloween tree! I talked to someone at work yesterday who does not like halloween. lol! I told her that she wasnt raised right! heehee! I see josie is doing some halloween painting.. you're definitely raising her right! ;)
happy thursday!
xoxo

Jboo said...

Love seeing your Halloween tree and your spooky decorations!!

Margaret said...

The tree is amazing once again. I've been having some luck finding some vintage decorations and I'm so excited about that. As always, you inspire us all!

craftyles said...

I love coming over to your blog in October. It's the bestest, most vintagey, Halloweenie place to be. Love you tree!

Pam Kessler said...

Orange and black is the ONLY way to go! I just pulled my blow molds out of the crawl space today (and I'm getting too old to be crawling around in a crawl space!).