See our cozy snowflake Christmas tree
Oh, tannenbaum, oh tannenbaum, how lovely are your branches.
Hello, friends! Welcome to the “My Home Style Christmas tree hop”, hosted by Stephanie at Casa Watkins, where 26 stylish home bloggers are sharing their Christmas trees and giving you tips on how to recreate the look. All of the links to the tree ideas are at the bottom of this post, so be sure to visit everyone and get lots of ideas for your tree.
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Our tree looks very different this year than it has for the past several years. Although I usually have it loaded with my vintage mercury glass ornaments, I went with a more rustic, cozy, farmhouse look this year. It’s good to change things every now and then.
The tree has garlands of burlap ribbon, velvet ribbon, and felt pompom. And most of the ornaments are snowflakes.
I used a plaid blanket scarf as a tree skirt, and have wrapped our presents in craft paper and other casual papers.
Here’s a closeup of some of the items on the tree. It’s a mix of handmade and store bought crocheted snowflakes with a few larger ones added for impact. There are also a few little animal ornaments scattered around the tree.
We always buy our tree at the local Boys’ and Girls’ Club and much of the proceeds help their organization. They have the prettiest Fraser fir trees.
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The tree topper is a beaded snowflake. The Christmas tree pillow and straw market tote add to the cozy vibe going on around the tree.
Is there anything more magical than a Christmas tree at night?
Although this is our main tree, I’ve got several other smaller ones around the house. Here are a few of them.
More cozy farmhouse style here in the entry. You can see the details of this space and these little trees in this post: Christmas Home Tour.
Our front porch, above and below, have several small trees.
You can see more of the front porch in this post: Christmas front porch
Have you finished decorating your tree yet? What style do you have it decorated in?
Dont forget to scroll to the bottom of the post and visit all the beautiful Christmas trees on the tour. Next up on the tour is The Striped House.
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