That's right, tabletop ceramic Halloween trees are a thing and now is the perfect time to start preparing for our favorite spooky holiday. The traditional green and red led lights are replaced with orange lights and I fully support the jack o' lantern tree topper. The only problem is, these Halloween ceramic trees are nearly impossible to find. If you see one around town, you might as well snatch it up because they are seriously hot commodities.
1. RJ Legend 9-Inch Halloween Decorations Ceramic Tree - 35+ Multicolor Bulbs Halloween Tree - Handcrafted and Hand Painted - Glossy Finish - Pumpkin Top and Trick or Treat Bottom
People went so nuts for the Haunted Halloween tree from Michaels that it's already sold out! It's a shame because I love the purple light bulbs on the black tree. People are capitalizing on the demand so you can find these haunted trees on Amazon if you've already hit every Michaels in town with no success.
This black Halloween tree will look so cute in your living room.
Your Halloween party needs the best decor, so if you didn't have luck at Michaels or Etsy (and don't want to try to DIY your own tree), consider this tree from Amazon. How cute would this look set up with some haunted houses and Halloween pumpkins by your front door for all the trick or treaters to see?
Of course, you can always count on Walmart for home decor you'll love. This 3-piece tree set will look fantastic on your fireplace mantel.
Halloween Witch Hat Ceramic Tree
How cute is this option from Ceramic Barn? The witch hat tree topper is adorable and so are the purple bats.
Find this tree here.
One thing is clear; the black ceramic trees for Halloween are definitely going to be collectibles after all of the buzz they've been generating. Move over vintage ceramic Christmas trees -- a new tree is in town. Maybe in the future your grandkids will wait to raid your attic to decorate for Halloween? Either way, hopefully we get some new Halloween models so that these trees are more accessible. Maybe with a black cat?
This post was originally published on August 20, 2019.