Halloween Tree From Jewelry Organizer
After finishing my Halloween Shadow Box, I had some clay ornaments left over which seemed perfect for a Halloween Tree. As luck would have it, I also had a jewelry organizer in the shape of a tree.
The jewelry tree was black metal with branches and leaves. Perfect!
After checking out the variety of battery operated Dollar Tree Halloween lights, I opted for the skulls as they went with my black & white theme.
Using Crayola Air Dry Clay, I had made ornaments for the Halloween Shadow Box previously posted.
The jewelry tree leaves had holes for hanging earrings. By threading the ornaments through those holes with thin fishing line, I could adjust the length to fill out the tree.
My Dollar Tree Halloween stash contained skeletons & bats which seemed like a perfect combination for a top piece.
By threading the ornaments through the holes on the leaf and inserting a silver bead before knotting, each ornament was hung at different lengths.
Decided that the lower branches needed a snake, so a thin twisted clay roll came to the rescue.
The batty skeleton was tied to the curved top branch with the fishing line.
With little cost & effort, I have another whimsical Halloween table decoration.
I added some miniature clay pumpkins and a potion bottle to complete the decor. And by hanging ornaments at different lengths with fishing line, the ornaments swing when you blow on them.
- Jewelry Tree Organizer (On hand)
- Skeleton, Bat, Skull Lights (Dollar Tree)
- Clay & Paints for Ornaments (On hand)