Hi friends! If you have been following me for very long, you know that I am obsessed with Christmas trees. Typically, I decorate at least three Christmas trees and this year is no exception. Today, I am excited to share our new Mixed Metallic Woodland Christmas Tree with you!
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As you may know, pine cones are the main element I am featuring throughout our Christmas decor this year. Hence, the idea for a Mixed Metallic Woodland Christmas Tree. Once again, we are hosting two large functions for Christmas…a neighborhood seated Progressive Dinner and a large Christmas Eve dinner for our family, a few friends, and some out of town guests. Since our main dining room will be full of guests, I always do a tree in this room.
First, my goal was to coordinate this tree with the decor in the rest of the room. I typically put up a larger tree to the left of the buffet. However, the decorations on it have a lot going on so I decided to do a smaller, slim tree on the opposite side of the room. Isn’t it so fun to change things up?!
To create this tree, I started by placing all of my larger ornaments into the center of the tree and then built it out from there.
Next, I simply cut the netted ribbon into small pieces and tucked them into the tree limbs and then topped them off with the gold-dusted greenery sprays (that I have had for over ten years!). I love bringing them out and using them in this new way this year.
To top things off, I added the woodland pine and pinecone sprays to the top of the tree, along with a wonderful curly wood feature (I saved them from my Thanksgiving centerpieces from last year…more repurposing!). You can see them HERE.
Another way to customize the overall design of a tree is to coordinate your gift wrapping with the elements of your tree. It shows thoughtfulness and planning and really adds to the finishing touches.
I hope you enjoyed seeing a few details of our new Mixed Metallic Woodland Christmas Tree. If you haven’t seen our Flocked Green and White Pine Cone Themed Christmas Tree in our living room, please stop by!! How are you coming along with your Christmas tree? I would love to hear what themes and color palettes you all are using!
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