YOU GUYS! I am so excited to show you my 2017 Treetopia Christmas tree forest! I’ve got so many trees up this year it is going to be a two part special. I kicked off the holiday season with The Treetopia Design Council and my vintage Santa inspired flocked Christmas tree and I just kept going from there!
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Just because you live in a tiny house does not mean you can’t decorate big for Christmas. You just need the right slim, flatback, or corner Treetopia tree for the job. Join me on a tour of this adorable 256 square foot tiny house–all decked out for the holidays.
Pencil trees and table top trees are perfect for small spaces like a child’s room. When my tween asked for her own tree, I was more than happy to help. She picked the sweets theme and it just happened that I decorated an ice cream themed tree a time or two, so I had a bit of experience.
Remember when I posted about the Teal Pumpkin Project? Well in case you did not get enough Tuxedo Black Tree action, we are back for more! Here I am just leisurely relaxing with my cat (too bad my black one is not in the picture instead), and one of my many Halloween trees. This week, I’ve given you a tour of all my Halloween trees: candy corn, hot pink, table top trees and lavender.
The latest addition to my Halloween tree forest is this guy: Mr. Lively Lavender. At first, I was skeptical about how a lavender tree would work for Halloween, but I gotta tell ya—this is my favorite tree this year! I know I never thought I could love a tree more than the candy corn tree, but this year, it’s happened.
Here she is, the tree that brought me to Treetopia! If I had a tree spirit animal it would be this Candy Corn Tree. It was love at first Halloween tree sight, when I spotted this tree. I’ve used this tree as a Halloween party photo prop, for a round of Musical Chairs, decorated it with bats, and last year, gave it the Teal Pumpkin Project treatment. This year, I went with witches!
The idea for this Halloween ornament came to me because of a common mom dilemma—my kids kept leaving the lids off of their Play-Doh, which meant lot’s of empty containers to throw out. Then I thought: “Hey, those would make adorable little Halloween ornament dioramas”! So I dug them all out of the trash and busted out the glitter! So easy, fun and customizable!