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Coffee Table Christmas Tree Vignette

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A cute coffee table Christmas tree vignette for the holidays.

I have a confession, I have a Christmas problem! I honestly just love everything about it. From the twinkling lights to the Christmas music to the traditions we have, like watching It’s a Wonderful Life every Christmas Eve, it’s just such a fun and special holiday. I especially love decorating for the season. My house generally has a Christmas explosion and I’m okay with that. If I could keep up the decorations all year round I probably would haha.

Right now a little bit of each room has some Christmas decor, but none of it is totally done. After Thanksgiving I will be a busy little elf trying to get it all done so I can enjoy the month of December with all of my decor up. I never host Thanksgiving, so I’m always able to get a head start on decorating for Christmas. And it appears many of my neighbors this year also got a head start too. I drove home the other night and noticed several homes on our block already had Christmas lights out. I’m with my people 🙂

One of the first things I decorated was my coffee table. I have to say, I love how it turned out!

Christmas Tree

I wanted to keep it simple, but also somewhat rustic. There is something about these little trees that I’ve always loved. Typically you can find them throughout my house.

I’ve had these wood slices for years and they always come in handy during the holidays.

wood slices for christmas decor

I also already had the fake snow, so this little coffee table Christmas tree vignette didn’t cost me anything, which I love.

Isn’t it just the cutest?! And it didn’t take me long to put it together at all.

Christmas Tree Coffee Table Vignette

This was an easy little project to do to kick off my Christmas home decor. I love the use of the wood slices for that rustic feel with the use of the trees to make it feel a little vintage. Two of my favorite combos.

If we don’t talk to y’all before tomorrow, have a Happy Thanksgiving!

 

One Comment

  1. Oh my goodness, Jenn, these are the tiniest trees I’ve ever seen! What a cute idea! I love how you created a fabulous Christmas vignette in just a few simple steps. It looks so good! Hugs, CoCo

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