Monday, December 4, 2017

Winter Woodland Christmas Tree


Happy Monday my friends! I'm so glad that you popped over to my blog today because not only am I sharing my winter woodland Christmas tree with you all today,  I also joined up with some amazing bloggers who are also sharing their trees. 

Welcome To Our First Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop!!


We have 47 talented bloggers joining up to share their decorated Christmas Trees with you! So grab a cup of your favorite beverage, settle in and get comfortable because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas Tree Decor shared today!

Let's Meet The Hosts!

If you are visiting from one of the other hosts, welcome to my blog! 

I'm a neutral farmhouse style loving girl that is completely and utterly obsessed with decorating for Christmas.  I actually told my hubby to not let me buy ANY more Christmas decorations this year.  No matter what. 

But one day I popped into World Market "just to look..." and saw a bunch of the cute woodland ornaments.  And that rule went straight out the window!  Before you knew it I was putting together a winter woodland themed tree and I am so happy with how it turned out. 


I started by wrapping some burlap ribbon around the tree and then added some berry picks.

I used my round silver and brown ornaments that I put on every year as a base. But next came the real fun!  To create a winter woodland themed vibe I added pinecones, snowflakes, owls, squirrels, deer, and birds.










The extremely talented Mary at The Boondocks Blog made this cute little star for this year's Ornament Exchange and it couldn't fit more perfectly!  You can find her tutorial here.


Instead of a tree skirt I used a galvanized bucket.  I found this one at Murdochs and we just cut out the bottom and flipped it upside down.


I topped it off with our rustic wood star and a burlap bow.

It's rather funny, I actually never thought I would have a "themed" tree but I am completely smitten with this tree.  We've been enjoying the cozy winter feeling that it gives our living room!






   

Now let’s check out the rest of the beautiful Christmas Trees!






Linking up to these awesome parties!


32 comments:

  1. Wow I love your tree! I also did a woodland tree this year, lol! My favorite part of your tree are all the little ornaments and the barrel it sits in is so pretty!

    Thanks for joining in the blog hop!

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    1. Thank you so much Melissa! Woodland is such a fun and cheerful theme, isn't it? :)

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  2. So very pretty. Love the woodlands theme too....looks great with the rest of your décor.

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  3. Gorgeous! Love flocked trees and this one is decorated perfectly! It is cozy like winter. So pretty. Love the tin tub it's sitting in!
    Kim

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    1. Thanks Kim! Last year was my first year really getting into flocked trees and I'm totally hooked!

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  4. Oh My Golly, your tree is magnificent! It should be in a magazine. Pinned and grinned!

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  5. What a great idea to do an ornament exchange with fellow bloggers! Love to do that next year! You have a beautiful tree filled with those wooden ornaments.
    Maria

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    1. Thanks Maria! Yes it was an absolute blast to be a part of :)

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  6. This is a beautiful tree! A flocked tree is next on my agenda! They are so gorgeous and they go so well with those beautiful neutral ornaments you have!

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    1. Thanks Yamilette! Yes, I vote to try a flocked tree--I promise you will love it. They are absolutely magical (messy, but worth it!) :)

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  7. Oh my goodness, your tree looks like it's out of a magazine! I love all the cute fuzzy ornaments and I totally understand the Christmas decor buying :)

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    1. Thanks Nicole for the kind compliment!! I'm so glad someone else gets the Christmas décor obsessing haha

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  8. Your tree is beautiful, and the woodland theme ornaments are just adorable!

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  9. Your tree looks so lovely. The woodland ornaments are so adorable.

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  10. great Christmas trees with wooden finish its really looks wonderful. you also need this wishes to wish merry Christmas to your family. just have a look on this latest collection of christmas wishes

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  11. Your tree is stunning!! I love everything about it! How smart to cut the bottom of a galvanized tub to use as the base instead of a traditional tree skirt! Love it!

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    1. Thank you Allison! The bucket is one my favorite parts too!

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  12. I love all the precious woodland creatures on your tree and the Burlap Garland is perfect with the galvanized tree collar! You could not have put this tree together more perfectly!
    Jeannee

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  13. I love your flocked tree! I can't blame you for buying new ornaments. World Market is a dangerous place to venture...lol. Pinned to my Christmas tree board.

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    1. Thank you Erlene! I'm so glad that someone else understands World Market love haha!

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  14. Angela I am so in love with your beautiful Woodland Tree!! I am obsessed with flocked trees and the galvanized bucket you used looks perfect with it! Thank you so much for joining us in this blog hop!!

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    1. Thanks Michelle! Me too, I don't think I'll ever be able to go with a non flocked tree now that I'm hooked haha! Thank you so much for putting this wonderful hop together!

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  15. I have decided to make up a word for your tree. It is beautiful and gorgeous...beaugeous!!!

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  16. Your tree is so stunningly beautiful! Thank you for sharing it as The Creative Circle! Pinning! Merry Christmas. :)

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I appreciate all of your wonderful comments :)

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