Love decorating your home for Halloween? Create a creepy vibe with our 3D paper tree Halloween decorations. The branches kind of look like claws reaching out. And If you look closely, there are ravens perching on the branches.

You could put these trees on your mantel or add them to a haunted village scene. They’d also look great next to our Halloween lanterns. Whatever you do with them, these trees are an easy way to start decorating. They’re also subtle enough to put out early if you want just a bit of Halloween decor in your home.

Trick or TREEt!

These 3D paper tree Halloween decorations are super simple to make. And thanks to our friends at PaperPapers, the template for these trees is FREE!

To make this DIY project for Halloween, you’ll need the tools and materials listed here. While you could use regular paper, we went with metallic paper to give our 3D trees even more depth. It also makes them pop a bit more. For each tree you make, you will need one sheet of paper.

Next, download your free SVG cut file or printable template below. You can also download the instructions or head over to PaperPapers for the photo tutorial.

Tools & Materials

Instructions

You can download our instructions below or follow our photo tutorial over at PaperPapers.

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