From Black Trees to Pumpkin Lanterns, Michaels’ Halloween Collection is Here

published Aug 1, 2020
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With All Hallows’ Eve just a few months away, Michaels has released its collection of Halloween decorations for the year. (Yes, August is the ideal time to roll these babies out.) A black Halloween tree, spider garlands, stacked pumpkins and pumpkin lanterns, and a haunted tree are among the items featured in the collection from the home decor and craft supplies retailer. While Halloween will look a lot different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Michaels’ spooky offerings will make those “Hocus Pocus” rewatches all the more festive.

For starters, the Sanderson Sisters would approve of the Coiled Spider Garland ($14.99) and the Black Ceramic Halloween Tree With Bulbs ($59.99) for their witchy cottage. There’s also a 6-foot Pre-Lit Black Halloween Tree ($99.99), one that Jack Skellington would adore as he kidnaps Santa Claus and attempts to co-opt Christmas. The LED Inflatable Haunted Tree With Fog Effects ($187.99) also looks like something that could be seen in Skellington’s Halloween Town. As an added bonus, much of the products qualify for 20% off with the code 20MADEBYYOU. 

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There are also some of the more classic Halloween offerings. The Assorted Pumpkin and Ghost Lantern Lights ($1.69) and Stacked Pumpkin Trio ($79.99) will give your space a warm and autumnal feel. Who could resist the classic Craft Pumpkin ($9.99), which comes in white, black, orange, and even a bright teal? On the spookier side, the Ceramic Skull Lanterns ($14.99), LED Crawling Skull With Music ($85.49), and LED Skull With a RIP Cross ($87.99) are chilling to the bone. There’s also the Lemax Spooky Town Collection, a collection of elaborate Halloween figurines, architectural memorabilia, and table accents.

A gothic Halloween tree and autumnal pumpkins just might be the cure to quarantine blues. Browse Michaels’ full Halloween collection online.