Mardi Gras season is upon us and not everyone can make it down to the Big Easy. Don’t worry! You can bring the party to your house anywhere in the world with your own Mardi Gras tree. Grab your Yellow Treetopia Tree and hit the party stores for some purple, gold, and green decorations. Let’s do this!
Author Archives: Jennifer Perkins
The key to being a holiday hoarder is organization. That and LOT’S of storage bags and bins. I mean LOT’S of them. Good thing Treetopia has me covered.
It’s me Jennifer Perkins coming at you with day 2 of my Treetopia filled holiday home tour! As you can see I take my job as brand ambassador really seriously. It’s a tough job turning your house into a colorful winter wonderland full of technicolor tannenbaum, but somebody has to do it. If you missed Day 1 of the tour start there.
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!
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!