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Traditional. Whimsical. Decorate to reflect a hobby, or to match the theme of a room.
Either way, just enjoy what you do – regardless how little or how much.
Me?? I seem to have a problem. With trees, that is. (uh, em…)
We have five trees. When we had a larger house, we had seven.
I have since compromised.
Our ‘main’ tree is in the den.
Each of the kids has his/her own tree.
Nicholas’ reflects his love of the outdoors – primarily fishing and hunting.
In the olden days (before we had children), this tree could be found in Bryan’s office. Therefore, we have been adding to this tree for a while. While this tree is simplistic, the over sized fish as a topper does the trick.
Maggie-Peyton’s tree is over-the-top fun. Whimsical.
Do you prefer more of a traditional feel??
photo credit – Trendy Trees
If you are a fan of the classic red and green, jazz it up! Coordinate the color palette with beautiful packages of the same tones. Classic doesn’t have to be boring.
Decorating a Christmas tree also doesn’t have to break the bank.
How ever you decorate your tree, let it reflect who you are and what you enjoy.
Don’t chase the latest trend (or your best friend’s style).
Be creative and decorate your Christmas tree(s) to suit your family’s personality.
And by all means, have fun!
If the holiday season seems more stressful than joyous, if your budget seems too small to be generous, or if you are simply in search of inspiration, the 12 Ways of Christmas is written just for you! Click on each of the buttons below and join all 12 of us as we share crafts, decor, traditions, and more!