Not many people can pull off decorating a Christmas tree entirely with homemade ornaments, but Lia Griffith does it beautifully and effortlessly. Growing up in a family of devoted DIYers nurtured Lia’s love for crafting, and consequently helped her to forge a successful career in graphic design. Through her blog, she offers valuable techniques, advice, and ideas to promote her passion for living a handcrafted lifestyle.
There’s no question that Treetopia trees are fun, colorful, and convenient, but the true beauty of our trees lays in their versatility. We’ve shown you many different ways our artificial Christmas trees can liven up the look of other holidays, like Independence Day, Halloween, and even St. Patrick’s Day!
Now it’s your turn to show us how you would go about decorating a Treetopia tree for your favorite season or holiday. JoinTreetopia’s We’ve Got a Tree for That Pinterest Contest and get a chance to win wonderful prizes!
Christmas decorating is a highlight of every décor enthusiast’s year. For Jennifer Perkins, Christmas decorating morphed from being a hobby to a healthy obsession—and she has 80 beautifully decorated trees from last year’s Christmas to prove it. Jennifer now makes it a point to create extraordinary and thematic decorations throughout the year, be it Christmas, Labor Day, or Halloween. In a previous post, Jennifer showed us her own take on the Treetopia Candy Corn Christmas Tree, showcasing her eclectic style and penchant for kitschy collectibles through its decor.
The Treetopia blog was able to pry Jennifer away from her decorating to answer a few questions about her design preferences and inspiration. This post features our short interview with Jennifer and shows what makes an eclectic designer and crafter like her tick.