Halloween trees are big this year, who knew hey? Many are transforming their large Christmas trees into Halloween trees! Though if you don't want to commit to something so full on or big, why not just add a taster to your home this October with this Eyeball Halloween twig tree.
Tip - Once you have finished with it for Halloween, re-decorate it for Christmas and Easter!
You will need:
Faux twig tree with flat base
Black spray paint
Black and white stripe ribbon
Mini plastic spiders
Spray paint the twig tree with black spray paint.
Sprinkle with black glitter whilst the paint is wet and leave to dry.
Once the paint is dry, decorate the base with moss. Make sure the base is completely covered.
Cut small strips of black and white ribbon and glue round the base of four plastic eyeballs.
Cut the centre petals out of the faux flowers, enough so the eyeballs can fit in the centre. Glue the eyeballs into each flower.
Glue the four eyeball flowers onto the moss base, around the tree.
Add a ribbon bow to the front of the moss base and a plastic spider to finish.