Wowzers! I’ve decorated a lot of Christmas trees over the years, but its been a minute since I did a Christmas tree recap post. In fact, I haven’t done one since…2015!!!! Check out the first O Christmas Tree, Tree, Tree, Tree, Tree, Tree… post, then scroll for all the festive fun since then. This beauty entitled “Moroccan Around the Christmas Tree” featured handmade moroccan lantern ornaments, oversized stars and lots of gold accents. Look at that over-the-top tree topper!
Have you ever thought about putting a Christmas tree in your kitchen? If so, I totally support your decision and recommend decorating it with kitchen items. This Kitchen Christmas Tree is adorned with bundt pans, Utensil Snowflake Ornaments and scouring pads. Yes, scouring pads! Speaking of scouring pads, check out this Dollar Store Kitchen Wreath covered in them.
Ok, onto the most formal Christmas tree of them all. This tree is ready for a Black Tie Affair. Handmade black and white Paper Medallion Ornaments really dress up this tree. Don’t be afraid to go big. Giant snowflake ornaments really make a statement here.
Christmas is a time for celebration and what better way to celebrate than with a party. This Paper Party Christmas Tree has celebration written all over it! Tissue paper party decorations in untraditional holiday colors are sure to bring a smile to even the biggest Scrooge.
Purple lovers will swoon over this Purple Perfection Christmas Tree. The hand-strung purple ornament garland really steals the show on this tree.
Here’s a theme I bet you’ve never seen before, A Very Viking Christmas (Tree)! Handmade felt Vikings, paper medallions and wood burned runic symbol ornaments cover this unique tree.
It’s no secret that I love all things handmade. Paper chain, hand-cut glittered stars and Shatterproof Ornaments that underwent a very special transformation give this tree a childlike quality.
This super colorful tree was decorated the same year as the tree pictured above. It certainly was a A Very .Colorful and Handmade Christmas that year! Pipe cleaner and tissue paper garlands swirled around this tree.
This Pineapple Christmas Tree is one of my all time favorites. Carmen Miranda would surely have approved of this tree. Glittered fruits take the look to the next level.
I know you know the story of Rudolph, but do you know about Disco Reindeer? This snow-covered tree sparkles with silver ornamentation. I hope you’ve enjoyed these Christmas trees. Stay tuned for this years trees!
You’re so creative. I like the over the top adpect. I’d say you’re a fun person
Thanks, Georgia! Go big or go home, right?