Delight Your Guests This Halloween With a Disney Villain Tree!

Hi Love Bugs!

Last year I was walking around Wal-Mart after Christmas was over and stumbled upon a black 4 foot Christmas tree that was on sale from $40 t0 $12.  I immediately thought, what can I use this tree for?! Of course my mom rolled her eyes because not only did she not understand why anyone would purchase a black Christmas tree, but she could also see another creation brewing in my mind (as if I don’t already have enough creations).

It wasn’t long before I decided to use this fabulous tree for Halloween instead of Christmas (who says Halloween can’t have its own tree?).  I also absolutely love the Disney villains.  While the princesses will always be loved, the villains aren’t given the attention they deserve (maybe that is why they are so mean?).  To give the villains some love this holiday, I decided to dedicate my tree to them!  Here are the steps I took to make my Disney Villain Halloween Tree!

1.  Round Ornaments

I decided to go with these pretty black  and silver ornaments.  They were on sale for $4 since it was after Christmas.

black and silver ornaments

2.  Collecting Disney Villain Ornaments

This took me a while since ornaments are so expensive!  Over the span of a year, I wrote a list of as many Disney villains that I could think of.  I then shopped around online to find the ornaments of each villain on my list.  It wasn’t easy though.  There are several characters that I could not find as well as some that were outragoursly priced due to the fact that they are no longer being made.  After several months of shopping, I was able to find the following ornaments through the Disney Store, Target, eBay, Etsy, and

villain ornaments

mickey ear ornaments

maleficent ornament

3. Tree Topper and Lights

I was fortunate enough to have been given some amazing Maleficent horns from the Maleficent premier earlier this year.  Even though these are online for sale, the sellers have started them at outrageous prices.  I decided to use the horns as the tree topper.  As for the lights, this tree is pre-lit with white lights.  I wanted to add some color, so I found purple string lights at the Dollar Tree.

Once you get all of those things, its time to put up the tree!  The outcome is amazing, and full of Disney Villain flare!

final tree

hallo tree

Here are some of the ornaments up close:

scar and randall

step sisters

ursula and hook

lady tremaine


lights off

Do you have a Halloween tree of your own?  I would love to see it in the comments below!

Enjoy your Halloween!


Disclosure:  All images and opinions are my own.

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