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Festival of Christmas Trees

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Festival of Christmas Trees – featuring 12 beautiful trees.

Our post today has a tree for everyone’s design style. Big, small, traditional, farmhouse, colorful and so much more! This festival of Christmas trees will show you 12 lovely trees. Our sweet friend Susie of The Chelsea Project has organized this tour for all of us.

Christmas Festival of Trees | 12 Bloggers | Hosted by Chelsea Project | #FestivalofTrees | www.thechelseaproject.comMy living room Christmas tree is is blue, silver and gold.

It’s filled with lots of handmade ornaments and blue ribbon.

This tree has become one of my most favorite. I think it is because the flocked tree is full of thrifty ornaments and I love them all. It is a testament that you don’t have to spend a fortune to have beautiful decor.

My sweet bears were purchased a couple of years ago while visiting New York City. I love buying ornaments as souvenirs. 

Last year I crafted these pretty fabric wrapped ornaments

Chinoiserie ornaments are new to the tree this Christmas. I made them the exact same way that I created the Art Canvas Decoupage Christmas Ornaments

Mercury glass ornaments are pretty on any tree. I love the way they shimmer and shine.

The mercury glass and blue snowflake ornaments are beautiful as well. They were a gift in an ornament exchange and I was the fortunate recipient! You can read all about them and the tutorial at Slices of Life.

White ornaments really pop on a tree. The church and the house came in a set.

It’s amazing how different the trees look at different times of the day.

Having the lights off or on makes a big difference as well. The white lights cast a warm glow.

Curly twigs were added to the tree top to give it more height. You can just catch a glimpse of our red plaid tree in the sunroom.

I hope that you have liked my tour.

Don’t forget to Pin this to your favorite Pinterest Board!

And for more Christmas tree inspiration, please visit these fabulous bloggers. Simply click the blog name below each picture to access the link.

Christmas Festival of Trees | 12 Bloggers | Hosted by Chelsea Project | #FestivalofTrees | www.thechelseaproject.com

 

Christmas Festival of Trees Row One | 12 Bloggers | Hosted by Chelsea Project | #FestivalofTrees | www.thechelseaproject.com

Chelsea Project ||| Atta Girl Says ||| 2 Bees In A Pod ||| JenRon Designs

Christmas Festival of Trees Row Two | 12 Bloggers | Hosted by Chelsea Project | #FestivalofTrees | www.thechelseaproject.com

The Crowned Goat ||| Hearth and Vine ||| Postcards from the Ridge ||| Savvy Apron

Christmas Festival of Trees Row Three | 12 Bloggers | Hosted by Chelsea Project | #FestivalofTrees | www.thechelseaproject.com

Adams and Elm Home ||| Nourish and Nestle ||| Sweet Parrish Place ||| Remodelandolacasa

20 Comments

  1. I love the blue on the tree! I used blue this year too. The flocked tree is so pretty too! Have a great day girls!

    Nancy

  2. What a great tree I love that you were are to complete a color story and still repurpose ornament to be used on this tree. I love that kind of creativity when it comes to trees, especially the way your were thinking outside of the box.

  3. Vicki! This tree is stunning! I love the actual tree without ornaments…beautiful!!! But the navy and white chinoiserie take sophistication and interest to a new level. Thanks so much for sharing with us today. How special it is to have you and your beautiful tree …and mantel. ~~~~Now, on to peek at the tree in the sitting room….LOL… ~~~

  4. Gah – as always your trees are stunning ladies! Every detail from the flocked tree to the collected ornaments to the pieces you chose while on vacation is perfection. As someone who struggles to decorate a Christmas tree every.single.year. I am just in awe of your creativity. It’s beyond gorgeous! Love and hugs, CoCo

  5. Another beautiful tree. I always love the way you use non-traditional colors in your decor. This frosty blue and white gem is truly magical and I love all the creative ideas you’ve shown about decorating the tree without breaking the bank.

  6. I just adore this tree and was absolutely tickled to see “my ornaments on it; they do seem to go perfectly with the other items on your tree too.

  7. I love colorful Christmas decor and your blue decorations are amazing! I also love thrifted ornaments too because they make your tree unique. You girls are so talented.

  8. What a stunning tree you have created! I’m so with you, no need for expensive ornaments, better yet, handmade ornaments are packed with sweet memories.

  9. Your Christmas tree is gorgeous – I love everything blue, and those decorations… simply awesome! Thanks for sharing these photos!

  10. Your tree is beautiful and unique! The blue really pops. It has been wonderful to participate in this tour with you!

  11. Lynn Spencer says:

    I love a tree that mixes that handmade with the purchased. And like you, love to collect ornaments from our travels. You put them all together so beautifully!

    Merry Christmas.

    Hugs,

    Lynn

  12. Lynn Spencer says:

    I love the mix of purchased and store bought, expensive and ‘not so’ expensive on your tree…that’s what gives it such character!

    Merry Christmas!

    Hugs,

    Lynn

  13. Such a beautiful tree. You know I love the blue and white, and all those handmade touches make it even more special. Like you, I collect ornaments from my travels. I love the stories and memories they evoke. Merry Christmas!

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