Thursday, October 8, 2009

Black Twiggy Tree


It's beginning to look .......


a tad spooky........

I grabbed a small twiggy branch, sprayed it black and added some of my vintage style felt ornaments and cross-stitch mini pillows.....
Now, it is starting to look a bit more like Halloween around here!

Halloween Hugs,

12 comments:

Mumzie said...

Love the tree! Mumzie

Janet Happy Girl said...

Love the black twiggy tree. I made something like it once but spray painted a twiggy tree white and hung photos on it. But, I think I like your version of the twiggy tree best.

Janet Happy Girl said...

Love your twiggy tree. I made a twiggy tree once. I spray painted it white and attached photos and used it as a centerpiece. But I think I like your twiggy tree best.

Charmaine said...

aww... that is so cute. I just love using twigs for decorations. They work for almost every season too!
smiles,
Charmaine

Jennifer said...

Steph,Its adorable!I love it!Hugs,Jennifer

Connie said...

Ooooooo, I'm scared already, chickee! Eeeeekkk...monsters...ghoulies...goblins....scary! LOL
Smooches for mum...
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo,
Connie...your sistah....

Cottage Rose said...

Hi Stephine; I just think your spooky tree is just adorable... what a great idea... and it looks pretty easy too.. Thanks for sharing it,, now all I need is a nice looking twig.. I have spray paint..... hehe have a great weekend

Hugs;
Alaura

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Your twiggy tree is adorable Stephanie...love the candy corn ornaments!

Jennifer said...

I totally love the twiggy tree. I especially love the Candy Corn. I am so addicted to candy corn!

Have A Great Day!
Jennifer

Dianna said...

It's so great how easy it is decorating for fall and using the out doors for inspiration.

Great idea spray painting your tree branch black and adding your Halloween ornaments.

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I love your tree!!! And the tree ornaments are just too cute!!!

Jenny Ellis said...

Love your twiggy tree, what kind of tree/branch-work did you use and how did you anchor it? Thanks, Jenny