Christmas in July celebrations got a lot more exciting with National Ice Cream month! As a special treat for our lovely followers, we hosted the first-ever Ice Cream Social Blog Hop. We’ve rounded up 6 awesome bloggers to each share their creativity in showcasing unique designs that represented their favorite frozen treats.

Read on to see what our friends came up with!

Treetopia's Ice Cream Social 2017 Bloggers

Jen of Jennifer Perkins

Pink tree decorated with cones for treetopia's ice cream social

Kicking off our blog hop was our brand ambassador, Jennifer Perkins. Being the crafty girl that she is, Jen fashioned her own ice cream ornaments using pretty colors that matched well with our Pretty in Pink tree and the Gemmed Up Pearl Ornament Set. Watch Jen’s videos through her Facebook page and the Treetopia Facebook page, where she demonstrated how to make the exact same ornaments that she used in this blog hop.

Sarah of All Things with Purpose

Sarah's tree with a cause for treetopia's ice cream social

Sarah of All Things with a Purpose is a blogger with a big heart. She threw a fun ice cream themed party for foster children and decorated a pink pencil tree with the First Frost Iridescent Ornament Set. She loved that the tree could fit into small spaces and is a breeze to set up. The kids also loved it, as well as the gifts and frozen treats that Sarah prepared for them.

Yami of The Latina Next Door

cones with topping ornaments for treetopia's ice cream social by Yami

Sticking with solid colors, Yami of The Latina Next Door was inspired by her favorite strawberry sundae. She used the Arctic White Christmas Tree and likened it to vanilla ice cream. She then topped it off with strawberry bits, represented by the Red with Passion Ornament Set. Together with her kids, they made ice cream-inspired ornaments that tied the whole look together.

Jennifer of Smart Fun DIY

A cute upside down tree decorated by Jennifer for Treetopia's ice cream social

Jennifer of Smart Fun DIY, rounded up day 2 of our blog hop using the very unique Knocked Upside Down tree. She crafted her own starburst and ice cream ornaments using straws and pompoms, and arranged them according to color blocks. The Color Glaze Glass Ornaments were a perfect addition to her tree, which she said, displayed the accents better than a traditional one.

Krys of My Melodrama

pink tree decorated with treats by Krys for Trettopia's ice cream social

Like Jen Perkins, My Melodrama’s Krys navigated towards the Pretty in Pink tree. She used the clear balls to nestle actual sprinkles – a very creative idea! Her DIY accents were then paired with the All Hue Need Multicolored Ornament Set. The complete look was a captivating display that is perfect for Ice Cream month.

Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate

Chloe's Frozen tree for Treetopia's ice cream social

Our final blogger for this blog hop is Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate. She picked the Baby Blue Christmas tree and decorated it with the iridescent ornaments, all while sticking to the theme of the famous Disney film, Frozen. She gushed about how the lights from our pre-lit tree beautifully complemented the ornaments. It ultimately added a touch of sparkle to her ice cream party, where she served Olaf and Elsa-inspired treats.

A huge thank you to all our bloggers for opening their doors and showing us how we can make Christmas happen in July with the sweet theme of Ice Cream! We hope you enjoyed our exciting Ice Cream Social blog hop. Stay tuned on the blog for more fun-filled surprises.

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