The Latest Holiday Trend: Halloween Christmas Trees

Halloween Christmas Tree Trend

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The latest holiday trend to sweep Instagram is Halloween Christmas trees! These are spooky, strange, over-the-top decorations that might be a perfect addition to your home if you literally can’t wait until December to put up your tree.

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Halloween trees have been sweeping Instagram as of late, but started popping up on the social media platform a few years ago. While 2016 garnered some media attention, this year it seems this peculiar decorating craze is finally building steam.

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Just scroll through the hashtag #HalloweenChristmasTree to see what all the fuss is about. You’ll notice instead of red and green, people across America are using orange and black along with skulls, pumpkins, zombies, spiders, witch’s hats and more to make Halloween monstrosities. Halloween candy has (of course!) been incorporated into the decorating of these trees!

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Fans of Halloween begin putting together their spooky trees as soon as October hits, sharing their pictures on social media, while companies provide pre-decorated trees for the non DIYers out there.

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You can get an artificial tree, feather trees and tinsel trees that come in black, orange, or black and orange, and various ghoulish ornaments to get in the Halloween spirit.

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