Deck the halls with these amazing Christmas tree decorations to get your home in the holiday spirit!
Christmas is my favorite time of the year, and I adore Christmas trees. I honestly don’t think one can have too many. Just don’t ask my husband, LOL.
I am sure by now, if you have not gotten your Christmas tree already, you will soon, so I thought it would be a good idea to give you some Christmas tree inspiration! I have gathered a few blogger friends to share Christmas tree decor with you. From simple to elaborate, we cover them all. There’s sure to be something here that inspires you. So Whether you have decorated your tree or not, I hope you enjoy these beautiful trees and find some new ideas today.
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My Red and White Christmas Tree with Jingle Bells
Last year, my theme was all red and white. My trees in the family room were decorated with red and white check ribbons and galvanized ornaments. it was a hard decision to change this tree up this year. In addition, I added a few more details to the trees with this Merry Christmas DIY banner and hanging some giant jingle bells.
I also added a small tree next to my big tree in the family room for some added charm.
You can read all about my Christmas Tree decorations and more in my Blog post here.
Now Let’s Meet my friends for some Tree Decorating Ideas
Meet my friend Jen @midwestlifeandstyle. Jen is sharing the sweetest bedroom Christmas tree., all dolled up in red and white. I have never put a tree in my bedroom, but I just might after seeing this sweet tree.
Next is my friend Stacy @bricksnblooms.Stacy is one talented gal. Today she shares her ideas about creating a rustic farmhouse Christmas tree. In addition, Stacy shares 17 other Christmas tree ideas. You will love what you see on her blog, and wait until you see her gardens. They are drop-dead gorgeous too.
More Christmas Tree Decorating Inspiration
Meet Kim @shiplapandshells. Kim lives in Washington on a beautiful property on the lake with a beautiful garden and home. Kim shares with us how to use small trees in our decor, and boy, she has some great ideas and a beautiful collection of small trees.
Meet my friend Amy @amysadlerdesigns. Amy is one creative lady who shares how to make these beautiful high-end ornaments. You don’t need to go out and buy new ornaments. Grab some paint and read Amy’s DIY blog post to learn how to create expensive-looking ornaments like these.
Meet my friend Jen @tatertotsandjello. You are really in for a treat. Jen loves color and shows us how to use it for our Christmas Tree Decorating. Just look at this darling mantel with the fun bottle brush trees. Be sure to click on her link to see what else she has in store.
A few more Tree Decorating Ideas
Most of you should know my friend Rachel @thepondsfarmhouse by now. I adore Rachel’s farmhouse style and her love of natural materials. Today Rachel is showing us how to use dried hydrangeas in your Christmas Tree. Don’t you love the color combination she uses? I drool every time I read her blog.
You may also be familiar with my friend Jennifer @cottageonbunkerhill. Jennifer and I both love to craft and make DIY gifts. You may have seen our recent posts on How to make the cutest giftable herb garland and How to make a hand-knit blanket in 4 hours. We will post for the next few Wednesdays to give you more great gift ideas. Today Jennifer will teach us how to decorate a tree using a natural neutral theme. Her tree is beautiful and full of the cutest ornaments.
Click her link above @cottageonbunkerhill to see her full post.
Meet Kylie from @truemanstreasures. Kylie is sharing tree placement and the best places to put Christmas trees. The pictures of her front porch are so sweet, and you will love her home. Can you guess how many Christmas trees Kylie has?
I sure hope you enjoyed this post as much as I did. There is something magical about Christmas trees, and I love seeing how everyone decorates them each year. If you need just a bit more inspiration, you can check out my first tree blog post this year about decorating the Blue and white tree in my dining room and how I hung plates and ginger jars on the tree. I hope to share tree number two with you next week.
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