Yummm I can almost smell the carnitas in the slow cooker and the tres leches cake in the oven. That can only mean one thing in my house, Christmas is almost here. Each year for Christmas my family makes a Tex Mex feast. It all started because of some Christmas plates I bought featuring Santa on a burro surrounded by piñatas. From there our Christmas tradition was born. This year with the help of Treetopia I took our theme a step further with a Feliz Navidid tree! Want to win a $100 Treetopia gift card toward your own tree in our White Tree Mystery Giveaway? Read on and I’ll tell you how.
Author Archives: Jennifer Perkins
I have a big tattoo of a hot pink deer smack in the middle of my left forearm. Some people might say deers are brown. Those same people might also say Christmas trees are green. I say that your tattoos and trees can be any color your little heart desires. Even ombre or rainbow!
Choosing the right color tree for the right room and then of course the right decorations makes all the difference. Just as if you were choosing the perfect throw pillows to match your sofa you should take the same care in choosing a Christmas tree. Match your tree to your decor and you can’t go wrong. Consider further incorporating your tree into the decor with custom ornaments. As with most things, it is all about the details.
Are you a traditional or a non-traditional Christmas person? Perhaps you are a little bit of both. Trying to make a life choice on whether to go for a green tree or a colorful tree can be stressful business. Your family’s holiday happiness rests on your heavy shoulders as you try to choose between hot pink, champagne gold or a green Christmas tree. Ok hopefully their happiness is not really contingent on tree color, but it is still a tricky decision to make. With a rainbow of colors as your option, going green can be hard. Here are a few pointers to help you decide which tree is best for you.