I know it seems early to be talking about Christmas stuff,I know lots of people like to get through Thanksgiving first ad I don’t blame you! Especially how to decorate your Christmas tree,
but as bloggers, we are a few weeks ahead, so I understand if you’re not quite in the mood yet! Stop back when you’re ready :). Plus, I had a holiday show this weekend ,some holiday speaking engagements,and another show next weekend, so I’m all in and covered in glitter and jingle bells at this point.
I wanted to share with you 10 different ways to creatively decorate your Christmas tree, because there are so many more things you can do to add holiday cheer besides slap a few lights and ornaments on it and call it a day.
Like this tree from City Farmhouse.
I love how she adds personal touches with her children’s silhouettes. If you did these every year, you would have an awesome record for your family.
Town and Country Living added a pretty handmade paper chain as an alternative to traditional garland.
Wood beads add a boho touch to Christmas decor and a rustic touch.
Pine cones and feathers from Craftberry Bush are a pretty, natural touch to bring in a woodland tree feel.
Ella Claire decks her tree with giant snowflakes and glittery pine cones.
It makes a pretty, wintery display.
Kindred Vintage uses a word banner for her garland to add a winter wonderland theme to her decor.
Adding snowy branches and faux florals into a tree can add color and texture with galvanized ornaments.
An adding mini-sleds and skis are an awesome way to add winter and Christmas, and everything that is fun about snow from Liz Marie!
Large, fluffy wool pom poms and felted wool garland add a fun and whimsical touch, because trees should be fun too!
And if you don’t have room for a big tree, go the non-traditional route like Rusty Hinge did,and put out two mini-trees with some vintage iron stone and fun red ribbon.
So are you in the holiday mood yet, or are you someone who has to wait to start until after Thanksgiving?