In a forest of Christmas trees, not only did these bloggers choose these trees but we choose to feature them in this post. We think you will love them! It is not hard to imagine those breathtaking memories will be made around these trees.
When choosing the right Christmas tree for your home, every store and Christmas tree lot has a forest of Christmas trees to choose from. There is spruce, fir, flocked, or artificial tree options. Everything from the goals of the Rockefeller Christmas tree to the Charlie Brown Christmas tree. The sky is the limit. Ok, maybe your ceiling is the limit, but the options are endless.
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A Forest of Christmas Trees
There are countless blog posts out there that all have their own uniquely decorated Christmas trees. We have weeded through them and want to share some of our favorites with you that have cottage farmhouse feelings to them.
Joy is for sure the highlight of this tree. Likewise, the pairing of the ornaments chosen and put on display will certainly bring joy to anyone that gathers around this tree.
Jump over to Dear Lillie's blog and check out where else Jennifer used her cutouts as she decorated. We think you'll love it as much as we do.
A Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour by Mrs Rollman Blog
The flocking on the tree ads a kiss of snow and brings winter indoors. Of course this home is surely decorated as a Farmhouse Winter Wonderland and it makes us so happy!
Whimsical Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas: Michaels Makers by Love the Day
This tree is whimsical for sure and what kid wouldn't love to wake up on Christmas morning and dive under this tree to see what Santa had left. The traditional red and green decor is the first colors most people relate to Christmas.
We love the use of all things glittery and sparkly on this tree!
Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Tree by Little Vintage Nest
Sarah sweetly decorated this tree with antiqued lace and beautiful ribbon and strips of flannel material tied on to branch tips here and there. We just love the vintage feel this tree has.
The Merry Christmas banner made out of aged book pages and strung along the tree is a sweet wish for all who gaze at this tree.
Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree & Mantel by Lillian Hope Designs
Here in Florida we are often times left only dreaming of a white Christmas, instead of actually having a white snowy Christmas. The white decorations used on this tree mixed with burlap ribbon, brings every dream true for those of us that can wear shorts on Christmas day.
Likewise, this tree can bring new life to your rustic decorations that have been passed down through the years, as well as tie in the new blemishless white ornaments you pick up this year to add-in.
Let it Snow Christmas Tree: Michaels Dream Tree Challenge by The TomKat Studio
This tree from The TomKat Studio is shimmery and beautiful. The icicles garland exude elegance.
Kim is kind enough to share tutorials on how to create several of the ornaments. She connects you to posts where she walks you through how to make the gorgeous paper medallion ornaments as well as her memorable layered photo ornaments.
Don't you agree that the silver bow tree topper is the icing on the cake?
Repurposed Thrift Shop Picture Frame Christmas Tree by Organized Clutter
We haven't forgot about those of you who don't have a place for a tree. Maybe you're a student in a dorm or just have limited floor space.
We love this use of old picture frames that have been painted and hung to be a tree so no one is left out.
Is it clear to you why in a forest of Christmas trees why we chose to share these with you? Additionally, we can't wait for the coming weeks when we can share what our tree looks like.
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