Thoughts of the holiday season often include images of a winter wonderland, and a great way to create your own snowy Christmas fantasy is with a white artificial Christmas tree. From colorful and playful to elegant and enchanting, white trees offer homeowners almost limitless decorating possibilities. Learn how to decorate a white Christmas tree with this guide from Treetopia.
I love thrift stores, flea markets, estate sales – you name it. When I heard there was an actual holiday called National Thrift Shop Day, I felt it my duty as a red-blooded American to decorate a tree to show my support.
Whether it’s heavy dramas or light sit-coms, TV shows are a big part of our leisure time. It then comes as no surprise that fans constantly clamor for decorative items inspired by their favorite shows, and Christmas décor is no exception. From a police box/time machine tree topper to retro style 8-bit character figures, here are holiday ornaments inspired by seven of our favorite shows on the tube.
My kids are prolific crafters. I have no idea where they get it from. That being said, I have a LOT of kid art around my house. Sometimes I incorporate it into my art journals, other times I go old school and hang it on the fridge, and I’ve been known to make it into jewelry. Sadly, most times it ends up in a box under my daughter’s bed. They make more art than we can display and I just don’t have the heart to get rid of it.
Christmas trees in July, I have one (or two) every year. The beauty of the Winter White Potted Pine Tree is that it can be decorated for almost any occasion – Cinco de Mayo, Easter, Mardi Gras or 4th of July.
Pinwheels, water guns, and pink flamingos – summer is here! Bring the outdoor fun into the air-conditioned comfort of your home with a summer fun tree. A quick trip to the beach toy aisle will supply you with everything you need to decorate your Some Like It Hot Tree.
Mother’s Day is this weekend – put that special lady’s name in lights! Why stop there? Decorate an entire tree in her honor. I did. (more…)
Living in Texas, Cinco de Mayo does not go unnoticed. My daughter is learning about it in school and piñatas are for sale on the end caps at the grocery store — it only makes sense that we would celebrate the holiday at home as well.
At first I thought I would recreate my Feliz Navidad tree, but how could I improve upon cactus, mini piñatas and souvenir skirts? I know, I needed my friend Crafty Chica and a papel picado banner.
Using Crafty Chica paper, baker’s twine, a Big Shot, hole reinforcer stickers, Avery Elle Papel Picado goodies and embossing supplies, I whipped up a banner. It was mini and just right for a Winter White Potted Pine Tree.
I was pleased as punch with how my banner looked on the tree!
My cactus and mini piñatas came back out to play for Cinco de Mayo. I also updated with tons of colorful faux flowers to help welcome spring.
Last, but not least, I had to hang a real papel picado banner to reflect the mini version I made for my Cinco de Mayo tree. I can’t wait to turn this baby on come May 5th and sip a few margaritas under the glow of my fabulously decorated tree!
Hard to believe that with just a handful of items from the craft department, you can transform your Winter White Potted Pine Tree into an adorable, fluffy Easter bunny. Easter is one of my favorite holidays to decorate for and this bunny tree might be one of my proudest decorating moments. Let me show you how easy it is to make your own.
If you can’t make it to Louisiana for Mardi Gras this year, bring New Orleans to you. Pick up a few supplies at the craft and party store for your tabletop Winter White Treetopia tree and you can almost taste the beignets.
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