HomeGoods Is Selling the CUTEST Candy Corn-Inspired Ceramic Halloween Tree

This ceramic Halloween tree looks good enough to eat!

You’ve heard of the Christmas creep, but this year, it’s all about Halloween in August. Maple Creme Oreos are back for another season, and M&M’s just revived its Creepy Cocoa Crisp Halloween flavor. We know pumpkin spice mania can’t be far behind.

If you’re thinking it’s too early for all things Halloween, you might change your mind when you get a peek at all of the creepy-cute décor coming out right now. People have already been going crazy for the black ceramic Halloween tree, and now there’s a new version to get excited about—a ceramic Halloween tree that looks just like candy corn!

Did Someone Say Candy Corn?

Halloween decor isn’t all spiders, skeletons and other spookiness. Sometimes it can also be sweet! The ceramic tree is tricolored in traditional candy corn colors of yellow, orange and white, with LED lights on each tier to match those colors. The white base says “Happy Halloween” in a jaunty script that really pulls everything together and evokes a vintage feel.

Instagrammer @Nancy_Loves2Shop spotted these adorable trees and couldn’t help but share. While the trees aren’t fully stocked at the moment, they’re slowly rolling out ahead of fall—which leaves just enough time for all that Halloween planning.

Here’s How to Snag Yours

You can find this charming piece at HomeGoods for just $16.99 a pop, which is a pretty sweet deal for an even sweeter ceramic Halloween tree. Sadly, these guys aren’t available online—you’ll have to head in-store to get your hands on one. In the meantime, you can always order one of these full-sized (and orange) Halloween Christmas trees for a so-cute-it’s-spooky living room.

Either way, we’re definitely decking out our haunted houses this Halloween!

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Krista Garcia
Writer, blogger, content creator. I specialize in food and travel, plus digital commerce and the retail industry. Based in Portland, Oregon after a very long time spent in NYC.