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It is Tuesday, November 21st and I am super stoked today because I finally get to start sharing all things Christmas! I was invited to be a part of the 2017 Design Council for Treetopia for this post and I am excited to join these amazing & talented bloggers to provide you all a range of holiday decor inspiration this week!
Treetopia is also hosting their 6th Annual Secret Santa Sweepstakes so make sure you scroll to the end of this post for the directions on how to enter!
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Back to my tree…
It has been exciting, yet challenging, trying to figure out how to decorate this year in my new home especially since there are many areas that still need to be updated and changed to suit our style. However, one of the things we love most about our new home are the 2 stone fireplaces. So I decided to go with what I like to call a “Rustic Chic Christmas” look this year.
I wanted to keep things simple and neutral with little pops of red here and there.
Treetopia provided me with this gorgeous Balsam Spruce Christmas Tree.
It is 8 feet tall and is pre-lit with clear lights. It’s so full and I love how it already comes with an ON/OFF foot pedal so you don’t have to plug and unplug the tree every time.
I love the natural element it brings and I don’t have to worry about the kids getting “tangled” on the skirt as they hang out around the tree.
I wanted my ornaments to be mostly white with little pops of red throughout.
You can purchase several of my ornaments here.
I had several mini embroidery hoops that I decorated with some holiday greenery, ribbon and hot glue.
I separated the hoops, removed stems from a cute mistletoe greenery bush and hot-glued away.
They turned out perfect!
And then of course I had to get my little decorating committee in on some fun. They love this time of year and appreciate being involved.
This gorgeous wreath was also from Treetopia and it is the Winter Harvest 24″ wreath.
The white and natural elements like the pine cones looked perfect alongside the Christmas tree decor. I also managed to find some decor from the previous year in order to fill my bookshelves.
The star stand on the mantle and the deer head silhouette artwork were also DIY’s and you can see how I made those here.
I think my rustic chic christmas tree came together perfectly.
Spread the cheer of Christmas with Treetopia’s annual Secret Santa Sweepstakes hosted on their Facebook page! You and your loved one can get a chance to win a tree and an ornament set by choosing your favorite look from our 2017 Design Council and telling us why it suits your holiday style. Ready those sleigh bells and sing your way through the merriest time of the year!
Sweepstakes ends on November 25, 2017!
What is your Christmas style? Are you keeping the same from last year or are you going to make a change! Let me know what you will be doing below.
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