Get inspired to decorate your Christmas tree for the fall season. This Fall Christmas Tree is perfect to bring a pop pumpkins & fall inside. Whether you decorate for harvest or Halloween, we have a tree for you! This post contains affiliate links.
Before we get right into Christmas, I wanted to share another look (above) that I styled my tree near. I love how it looks so pretty against the shiplapped walls.
The fall season is finally here in New England and I have admittedly decorated at the end of August. I just love all things autumn which usher in an unmatched beauty here in Southeastern, Massachusetts.
Trees are starting to turn their gorgeous shades of burnt orange, deep yellow, and crimson red, the scent of ripe grapes is in the air, and the crisp, cool air is here.
There is also nothing more exciting than the season of pumpkin everything. For me, the more pumpkin, the better. I have been baking up a storm and made recipes like these Soft-Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies, these Jumbo Pumpkin Muffins, and this Halloween Monster Munch.
I even shared an area of my kitchen that you can check out here which is styled in Farmhouse Harvest. You can find the Pumpkin Spice pillows and throws at Oriental Trading. (score free shipping for a limited time too!)
The Fall Farmhouse signs, Pumpkin Throw, and Pumpkins on the cabinet in the back are also from Oriental Trading.
But what you can’t see from the picture right above in the 7 foot Christmas Tree decorated from head to toe in Harvest ornaments, florals, and decor.
My Harvest Christmas Tree
As you can see, I enjoy the fall season so much that I decided to decorate one of my 6 Christmas trees for harvest. I mean, I always put up my Christmas tree on November 1st, so this sneak peak is fun.
I love decorating so I had a blast adding pieces to make the overall look feel cohesive. My budget was $100 for this tree which I stood on target for.
My secret? Well, shopping at Hobby Lobby sure helped! While they do not sell Halloween decor this year, they have so much gorgeous fall stuff. Plus, I scored it at 50% off–you cannot beat a good deal.
Some of the items I did have on-hand to supplement the look of my tree. The top floral fall wreath, scarecrows, and florals were on-hand. However, I did pick up a few floral items at Dollar General which I dissected to fill in any bare spots my tree had.
How to fill in bare spots on a Christmas tree
When you work with artificial trees, a lot of times there are spots that are bare even after you fluff out the branches. Even the most expensive trees have this issue, but large ornaments, garlands, and fillers like florals can pull the eyes away from these spots and fill in the blanks.
You can score these on the cheap in bouquets at dollar stores. Do not feel as if you are simply limited to ornaments on trees because that is not the case. Mini signs, florals, and decor items can serve as tree fillers. I love adding various floral bunches to make my trees pop.
My Easter Tree had a ton of extra “fluff” to make it stand out. You can see how well the florals tied together my pastel Farmhouse look.
Sometimes, rather than keep my florals in bunches, I dissect them into single flowers by cutting the wires. Then, I add them where I feel like they fit for that extra appeal.
Hobby Lobby fall ornaments
As mentioned, most of my tree is decorated with Hobby Lobby Finds. Below are some of the main pieces I used that you can purchase online. Right now, all the prices are even cheaper than I paid–YIKES!
Find more Harvest & Thanksgiving decor at Hobby Lobby to make your home extra cozy this season.
I didn’t add a tree skirt for my fall tree, but I did add some scarecrow friends, and pumpkins I had on-hand. I am pretty sure I bought those from Home Goods last season.
Overall, I love the cozy ambiance this fall tree provides. My home not only smells like pumpkins from the tart burners I have going, but it feels like a home!
Halloween Tree Inspo
Did you know that I even have a Halloween Christmas tree too? It is much smaller in my living room, but this primitive, farmhouse style tree is slender and cute. You can find it for around $100 at Hobby Lobby!
I decorated this one with mini ornaments from the dollar store. However, the primitive felt Halloween ornaments cost me a pretty penny. I spent $67 on what you see on my tree at a local primitive store, but they were worth it!
Check out this teal tree!
My friend Dawn over at Cutefetti.com and I have partnered up on this tree reveal because we both LOVE decorating Christmas trees ALL year round!
You can find her Ghost Halloween Tree on her site. Check out how inviting this is! Super cute for little ones who might be scared of Halloween.