Sunday, November 14, 2021

Home for the Holidays Christmas Tree Challenge

Let the C H R I S T M A S decorating begin!  

Thanks to an amazing opportunity to partner with Decorator's Warehouse (the largest Christmas decor store in Texas!) for a "Home for the Holidays Christmas Tree Challenge," our sunroom is now ready for Christmas!  Together with eleven blogging friends, we're each sharing a themed Christmas tree, thanks to Decorator's Warehouse!

Now, if you've been a reader of my blog for awhile, you know that not only do I love decorating for the holidays, but I love to theme my trees.  It was an easy decision to go with a "Winter Wonderland" look for this challenge, because I love the cozy feeling that it brings.  And, even though I don't live in Texas and couldn't personally shop in Decorator's Warehouse 60,000 square foot space, I was able to order all of my fabulous trimmings from their website!

When decorating my tree, the first thing I added were these incredible cluster lights.  They're tiny (but mighty) and sure do make your tree sparkle, especially thanks to the multi-flash patterns. I  added them deep inside of the tree to give it lots of dimension.

Next, I added my topper full of Christmas sprays.  I do that first because it usually involves placing several branches down into the tree.  By adding them first, I don't disturb any ornaments or ribbon.  

I then added these incredible bells!  I mean ... talk about a statement!  You can add them separately or join them together, which is what I did.  I then gave them a little finishing touch, thanks to this beautiful plaid Christmas ribbon.

Then, it was time to add the Christmas ornaments!

Silver balls reflect the lights ... oversized pearl ornaments make for great fillers ... and these reindeer ornaments add whimsy, with a little bit of sparkle, too!

I then added more beautiful sprays throughout, like these fabulous red pomegranates for a little hint of festive color.

Of course, it's always fun to add the unexpected, like these oversized houses that light up!

And what Winter Wonderland tree would be complete without icicles ...

and oversized snowflakes.  The beautiful orbs add lots of texture, too!

After all the ornaments are added, that's when I wove these gorgeous ribbons in and out of the tree.

I love it "all aglow" in the evening!

I hope this has given you a bit of inspiration to create your own Winter Wonderland tree!  If you're interested in any items I've included, feel free to take a peek at my WISH LIST!  Also, you may use my code "adventuresindecorating" to receive 10% off full priced purchase (excludes trees and resin pieces).

And I hope you'll visit my friends shown below ... their gorgeous trees are sure to get you in the holiday spirit!


Sami Riccioli | Hip And Humble Style | Dreaming of Homemaking | Tuft and Trim    

Adventures in Decorating | Claire Lynn Home | Nissa Lynn Interiors | Refabbed


Cuter Tudor | Montgo Farmhouse | City Girl Meets Farmboy | Courtney Warren Home


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