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Blue and Silver Christmas Tree for the Living Room

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Welcome To The 2nd Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop!!

We have 24 talented bloggers joining up to share their decorated Christmas Trees with us!  I  can’t wait to show you my blue and silver Christmas tree for the living room. So grab a cup of your favorite beverage and get comfortable, because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas Tree Decor shared over the next two days. We can’t thank our sweet friend Michelle of Our Crafty Mom for hosting this fabulous hop!

Let’s Meet The Hosts!

Michelle from Our Crafty Mom | Allison from Upright and Caffeinated

 Angela from Simply Beautiful By Angela  | Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate

Michelle from Weekend Craft   | Jeanie from Create and Babble

Cindy from County Road 407 | Erlene from My Pinterventures 

Jaclyn from The Dotted Nest   | Vicki from 2 Bees In A Pod 

Leanna from Faeries and Fauna  | Maria from Simple Nature Decor

Marie from The Inspiration Vault | Beverly from Across the Blvd.

Jenn from Loveland Lodge | Dru from Polka Dot Poplars

Melissa from Welcome To The Woods | Donna from Modern On Monticello

 Nancy from Adams And Elm Home |  Sam from Raggedy Bits

Shirley from Intelligent Domestications  | Wanda from From House To Home

Libbie from A Life Unfolding  |  Jaclyn from One Thousand Oaks  

Blue Christmas

This Christmas tree was so much fun to put together.The rest of my home is decked out in red, green, plaid and buffalo check. Our living room is the only room in the house that has Christmas decor of blue and silver. Did you have a chance to see my Christmas Mantel last week? Or the Christmas Coffee Table Vignette? Being that the living room is already decorated in hues of blue, I thought a blue and silver tree would be beautiful.

Lights, Camera, Action

I purchased this 8 foot pre-lit Australian Pine flocked tree from Lowe’s last year for just $99. Unfortunately, they no longer carry it. I’m kicking myself that I didn’t buy a second one. Not only is the tree full and lush – it is easy to assemble and it has 8 different lighting settings that you turn off and on with a foot-press button. I’m telling you…the tree is awesome!

Cool lighting and warm lighting settings make such a difference.

The first thing I added to the tree were two different navy wired ribbons that are 2 ½” wide.

They are each intertwined throughout the entire tree.

Next, I began adding ornaments. As some of you may remember, the bulk of my Christmas decorations are in storage. When it comes to decorating the Christmas tree I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on ornaments.

This sweet papa and baby bear were purchased during my NYC trip with Honey Bee at Christmas last year.

The mercury glass fish were a new purchase. They were only $4.99 for a set of 6 and I just knew they would be perfect for the tree.

Mercury glass shimmers and reflects with light.

Interspersed through the tree are oversized dollar store ornaments. They make an impact for little investment.

These blue glitter deer are from the dollar store as well.

I also made ornaments. You can read my tutorial for making Fabric Wrapped Christmas Ornaments .They are a perfect way to add personality and style to your tree and decor.

I hope that you are inspired by my blue and silver Christmas tree for the living room. What colors are you decorating with?


Use ribbons that emphasize color theme of your tree.

Hang blue ornament collections to bring a cohesive look to the tree.

Mix precious ornaments with oversized dollar store ornaments.

Use as many ornaments in similar color tones for maximum effect!

Don’t Forget to Pin This to Your Favorite Pinterest Board!

Now let’s check out the rest of the beautiful Christmas Trees!


My Family Christmas Tree: The Treequel – The Inspiration Vault

Four Traditional Christmas Tree – Intelligent Domestications

Blue and Silver Christmas Tree – 2 Bees In A Pod

A Christmas Tree Without Charisma – County Road 407

Rustic Christmas Tree Decor – Polka Dot Poplars

2018 Christmas Tree – Welcome To The Woods

Candy Themed Christmas Tree – Celebrate And Decorate

A Christmas Tree Filled With Memories – Across the Blvd.

Flocked Buffalo Check Christmas Tree – Weekend Craft


Elegant Christmas Tree With Blush And Metallics – Our Crafty Mom

Vintage Christmas – Upright And Caffeinated

The Perfect Christmas Tree For A Small Space – Create & Babble

Rustic Modern Christmas Tree- Modern On Monticello

Christmas Tree – Adams And Elm Home

Handcrafted Coastal Holiday Tree – Simple Nature Decor

A Rustic Christmas Tree Featuring Buffalo Check – Faeries And Fauna

Christmas Tree Blog Hop – Simply Beautiful By Angela

Plaid Christmas Tree Decorations – One Thousand Oaks

Blush, White and Black Christmas Tree – From House To Home

Farmhouse Bingo Vintage Clock Christmas Tree – Raggedy Bits

Tropical Ocean Christmas Tree – My Pinterventures

Simple Christmas Tree – The Dotted Nest


  1. Wow! Your tree is absolutely breathtaking! From the ribbon, to the mercury glass and the flocked goodness, it’s perfection! Thank you so much for sharing with us! Happy Holidays!

  2. It is beautiful and thank you for the decorating tips

  3. What a stunning tree, Vicki! It’s gorgeous. The blue and silver is a wonderful look. I love how full and lush it is. That was quite a deal you got on the tree. I’m in the market for a new one for our formal parlor tree for next year. I hope I can find a great deal like you did!

  4. I really love the look of your tree, especially with the fireplace next to it. The whole scene looks very picturesque! I’ve done blue tree ornaments in the past and like the change up from traditional red and green. I think between you and a couple others in the blog hop, you’ve convinced me to decorate with a flocked tree next year – they are absolutely gorgeous!

  5. That is the prettiest blue and white tree I’ve ever seen! I can’t do a bow or ribbon to save my life. Do you have a video showing how to add the ribbon? I’d love to watch it. Thanks for the great ideas.

  6. WOW! Girl, you can decorate a Christmas tree. Absolutely beautiful!

  7. Oh Man! This is stunning! Every time I see one of your blue and white posts, it’s more beautiful than the other.

  8. Your tree is gorgeous! I love the blue and silver. The dark blue ribbon is lovely and the way you styled it on the tree is perfect. I love the silver mercury glass fish, and the deer, both the silver and the blue glittery one! The tree looks lovely in your room with your other elegant blue pieces, too!

  9. Your tree is perfection. My husbands favorite and only colour choice is blue, yet I have never done a blue tree because I wasn’t able to do one that didn’t look tacky and artificial. Yours is beautiful. Pinning.

  10. Your blue and silver tree is gorgeous! I love that you mixed in dollar store ornaments (I would not have known if you didn’t mention it!), and your fabric covered ones look beautiful on the tree.

  11. The blue and silvers against the flocked tree is gorgeous! You have just the right amount of everything.

  12. Gorgeous and breath taking! What a deal you got on the tree! The ribbons are just beautiful and love the writing on them. I love a blue and white tree too.

  13. This is seriously so stunning ladies! You totally nailed it with this tree. I can’t even believe it was only $99 and at Lowes of all places. It looks like a million bucks! I love all the special touches you’ve added to make it feel like you. It’s all just beautiful. Love, love, love! Hugs, CoCo

  14. Mother of 3 says:

    I am just LOVING this tree! I used silver, gold and blue to decorate our house for many years… in the last few years we’ve slowly been switching over to a more traditional red and green theme but we’re keeping plenty of silver and snowflakes too.

  15. Please please please help me find these ribbons- especially the “Merry Christmas” one! I’m from Canada, but have access to the States. Please advise as I cannot find these ribbon to save my life.

  16. This is my inspiration tree this year. Where did you get the skirt fabric? Love it!

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