February 8, 2016

20160128 Treetopia's Valentine's Day Giveaway - Facebook

We hope you enjoyed our Valentine’s Day Blog Hop and Giveaway as much as we did. It was an absolute pleasure to see what each blogger did with our adorable “little” products—from pretty pink wreaths to soft white tabletop trees, all with some Valentine flair.

We also loved reading all of your sweet stories of what little things you celebrate in your love, and are pleased to announce our five winners!

Congratulations to all of our lucky winners:

Amy Cooley

Elizabeth Hostetler

Loraine Ellis

Tammy Evans

Angela Smith

May you all be showered with love this Valentine’s Day!


February 6, 2016

How to decorate a Denver Broncos tree.

Who will you be rooting for this Sunday? Do you bleed Broncos orange or are you on team Panthers forever? No matter who you will be cheering for, nothing says Super Bowl like a tree. Treetopia just so happens to have an orange one and a black one perfect for sports fans.

February 5, 2016

Beverly McCullough is the fun and quirky persona behind Flamingo Toes. Having grown up in a creative family of artists and seamstresses, it is no surprise that she loves to create. She now oversees Flamingo Toes full-time, and spends most of her time off with her two kids, reading, listening to 80’s music, or watching old movies.

Flamingo Toes

Learn more about Beverly in our exclusive interview:

TT: In what way do small decorating touches make an impact?
Beverly: I think small touches can really make decorating feel more personal. Often they are the little things only you would add, so they make the whole space come together!

February 4, 2016

Twinkie Chan lives in San Francisco and designs and crochets unique, food-themed accessories at www.TwinkieChan.com. Her second crochet book, “Twinkie Chan’s Abode A La Mode: 20 Crochet Projects for Your Home” comes out in April 2016. She hopes to make everyone feel more yummy and to make the world a yummier place.


Learn more about her decorating style and love for hearts in our exclusive interview:

TT: What are the little things that can make or break your design?
Twinkie: Attention to detail can really bring your project to life. I’m not sure that you are necessarily breaking your design by leaving out the small things, but I love that feeling when you’re looking at someone’s work or space and you discover something new every time you look.

February 3, 2016

Cathie is the crafty entrepreneur behind cathiefilian.com, where she shares her love for vintage fabrics, big-eyed art, good food, antique shops, and her family. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two little daughters, and can usually be spotted with glitter on her face, baubles around her neck, and Mod Podge on her hands.


Get to know Cathie better through our exclusive interview:

TT: In what way do small decorating touches make an impact?
Cathie: It really is the little things. My girls are 2 & 3 and they love all the little seasonal decorating touches I do around the house. It creates a warm and inviting environment plus it shows that I care. My hubby loves it too…but he isn’t a fan of storing all my stuff.

February 2, 2016

Jade Harrington is the editor and designer of JaderBomb, where she invites her readers to connect with her through recipes, holiday ideas, and crafts. Aside from the two loves of her life, she also loves her dog Ceaux Ceaux (who has her own Facebook page), black hot glue sticks, pens, washi tape, the smell of Christmas, gold, Dr. Pepper, and blogging.

Learn more about Jade’s decorating style, and her thoughts on love and the little things in our exclusive interview:

TT: What are the little things that can make or break your design?
Jade: COLOR! Colors surely make it or break it for me. I like to express my true spirit and personality in all of my projects. Anything that sparkles and glistens gets an A+ in my book!


February 1, 2016

Jennifer Perkins is an Austin-based mama, thrift-a-holic, Treetopia Ambassador, and owner of JenniferPerkins.com. She is a mother of two, and has been married to her best friend Chris for 10 years. The things she likes more than anything else are crafts, kitsch, kids, thrifts stores, and throwing over the top Halloween parties.

Jennifer Perkins

Learn more about Jen’s decorating style, and her thoughts on love and the little things in our exclusive interview:

TT: What are the little things that can make or break your design?
Jen: I like a full tree with several layers and textures. I almost always start with tinsel and build out from there. Next I go in with solid colored balls like the Color Glaze or All Hue Need. From there I will I add something custom or funky and then maybe something springy on top of that. Layers. It is all about the layers.

February 1, 2016

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!

Treetopia’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway

January 31, 2016

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.

Treetopia's Valentine's Day Blog Hop Participants

1st Row (L-R): Jen, Cathie; 2nd Row (L-R): Beverly, Twinkie, Jade

Here are the talented women joining us for Treetopia’s 2016 Valentine’s Day Blog Hop, starting off with our very own brand ambassador:

February 1:

  • Jen of Jennifer Perkins
    February 2:

  • Jade of JaderBomb
    February 3:

  • Cathie of Cathie Filian
    February 4:

  • Twinkie of Twinkie Chan
    February 5:

  • Beverly of Flamingo Toes

    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!

    January 24, 2016


    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.