Christmas is in the air and its about that time to put up your Christmas Tree. I’ve been putting up the same tree for a while and I’m looking for ways to shake it up this year. However, you can always change up the style of your Christmas tree while still using the most precious of your ornaments. Here are ten fresh, new ways you can use to decorate a Christmas tree.
So of course I had to share my own How to Decorate a Christmas Tree Tutorial. Check out my DIY video on how I decorated my tree using copper and gold bow toppers and deco mesh. I even show you how to make the bow topper. The video has easy-to-follow tutorials on creating a gorgeous tree.
It’s so amazing what you can do with an old dress form! This post from The Little Things tell you all the options you can use to make dress form Christmas decor. I am loving this new trend.
Whether you love candy canes or Santa Claus, this Christmas tree is a stunning example of a modern way to decorate your tree. Kathe with an E did an amazing job decorating her Christmas tree to tie in with the red and white theme throughout her living room.
This red, white, and blue Christmas tree comes from the creative mind of Debbie-Dabble and surely makes Uncle Sam proud. Debbie used a white faux tree, but since they now come in red and blue as well, you can experiment to make your perfect patriotic tree.
Alena Manuylov created this bold, stunning Christmas tree by using the bright and beautiful colors of the peacock. This is certainly an eye-catching Christmas display, and the peacock feather tree topper ties it all together.
Whether you live on the beach or simply love the ocean life, you can easily turn your Christmas tree into a coastal Christmas tree. Use starfish and seashells as ornaments and then use a light white or beige tulle for a sand effect. Anne Hogan is to thank for this creative and wonderful Christmas tree theme.
While the ombre fad is slowly starting to fade, this ombre Christmas tree will stay in style for a long time. With a black and white theme, this tree is simply gorgeous, elegant, and stunning. Lovely! Thank you to Angie from Little Inspiration for this delightfully new take on the Christmas tree.
If you are like me your kids have about a million stuffed animals and you have no where to put them! How about creating this amazing tree for their bedrooms? Whether you’re a kid at heart or have kids in your home, use stuffed animals to decorate your Christmas tree. It gives your tree a soft, comforting look and you’ll want to leave it up all year round! The Prairie Cottage is responsible for this cute and cuddly Christmas tree.
Can’t decide on a color scheme for your tree? Use them all! A rainbow Christmas tree is a bright and cheery way to add color to your Christmas tree this year. Eugenie Kitchen did a marvelous job decorating her rainbow tree.
Talk about unique! This trend literally turns the Christmas tree on its head! The upside down Christmas tree is so unique and simply gorgeous. You don’t even need many ornaments to make this one a showpiece.
Article written by Kelly Mahan, also a writer for largepro, a company that connects homeowners to reliable, affordable and professional contractors for their home improvement projects. Check more on Twitter.