Celebrate the month of love with Treetopia and get the chance to win a set of Winter White Tabletop Trees and an ornament set with our Valentine’s Day Giveaway!
Talented, crafty, and creative—meet the lovely ladies joining Treetopia’s 2016 Valentine’s Day Blog Hop!
Love is in the air here at Treetopia, and we rounded up some of our favorite bloggers to celebrate with us. This year’s blog hop promises to be very special indeed as we take a look at how these talented designers and artists decorated their trees for the occasion.
Here are the talented women joining us for Treetopia’s 2016 Valentine’s Day Blog Hop, starting off with our very own brand ambassador:
We’re looking forward to getting inspiration on how to decorate for Valentine’s Day, so stay tuned for each blogger’s creative and colorful reveal!
Once upon a time, I threw my ornaments in random opaque boxes every January, placed them in my attic, and never thought of them again for 11 or so months but those days are over. Sure, there are a few tossed in bins but over the years, I have collected and curated precious ornaments that needed to be treated with care and it was time to start storing my ornaments like a big girl. It was time for a 48 Piece Christmas Ornament Storage and Treasure Keeper.
As someone with over 100 Christmas trees, I have learned a thing or two over the years about storage and the many nemeses of holiday decor. Number 1 on the list of this holiday-obsessed Texan: heat. Here are a few tips to help you plan storage now in the winter thinking ahead to the summer so your holiday decorations are in tip-top shape come next Christmas.
White trees and a hot attic do not mix. Same goes for white wreaths, linens and garlands. There is no storage bag strong enough to keep the summer heat from yellowing your Christmas whites. If your attic is temperature controlled, hooray for you. If you’re like me, store your whites somewhere in the house, like a closet.
New Year’s resolutions are a dime a dozen. Making them is the easy part, sticking to them is a different story. I like to think of resolutions as goals of visions for the future as opposed to resolutions. Being a visual person (can you tell from my groovy NYE tree), actually making something physical like a vision board helps me not only realize my goals for the upcoming year, it helps those goals to actualize.