Saturday, December 13, 2014

Nightmare Before Christmas Holiday Trees

Christmas trees are a kind of bizarre tradition, don't you think? Nothing says festive like a piece of dead foliage sprinkling pine needles all over your carpet! Especially if you're going to decorate it nicely with lights and shiny baubles. So, combine this slightly bizarre tradition with my favorite Tim Burton film, the Nightmare Before Christmas, and you get one wicked tree. Here's some inspiration from people who had the same idea:

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If you want more Goth Christmas inspiration, look no further than my Pinterest board! Lots of decor ideas for your spooky, festive home.

If you celebrate Christmas, how do you decorate your trees?

4 comments:

  1. Oh, I want Jack Skellington bulb on my tree! I think I'm going to make me one. :D

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  2. That white tree. It is everything.
    We have a couple Nightmare Before Christmas ornaments on the tree and a few more scattered about - I am seriously coveting a white artificial tree though. Next year, perhaps...

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  3. omg i want to do this next year :D such a good idea
    xo

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  4. The tradition of bringing in trees dates back to pre christian times where pagans used to carry branches inside around this time, decorated them and preserved as sort of hope for new life after the winter is over... I dont think its that bizzare, to them it made sense and I like the fact, that even though the meaning changed through time, we still do this :) BTW, in my home we always have trees decorated in reds, golds, browns, but I cant wait to have my own home to put up one of these Burton trees :)

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