Red and Green Christmas Tree
I was so happy to bring my vision of a Tartan inspired traditional Christmas tree to live with red and green Christmas tree decorations!I am also participating for the first time in a Christmas Tree blog hop hosted by Michelle from Our Crafty Mom.Although I wanted this tree to be full of red and green, I also didn’t relish the thought of spending a fortune on new red and green Christmas tree decorations to decorated a 7 1/2 foot tree.It’s the third year of the Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop hosted by Our Crafty Mom You will find holiday inspiration for just about every Christmas tree style.Grab your favorite beverage and settle in for some beautiful Christmas Tree decor inspiration!
Our Red, Green & Flocked Christmas Tree
This red, green & flocked Christmas tree is a fun and easy addition to any holiday decor.The room used to have red walls and red and green striped chair cushions.RibbonThis red and white striped ribbon really makes the tree, I think.I used the red and white striped ribbon, some green and some white with gold polka dots that I already had on hand, all in varying widths.Tree | Red pom pom tinsel pick | Shatterproof ornaments | Red & white striped tree topper | Red and white striped ribbon | Green ribbon | White pom pom pick | Red bulb pickI hope you’ve enjoyed my little tour of my red, green & flocked Christmas tree.
Updated Traditional Red And Green Christmas Living Room
I’ve returned to my traditional red and green Christmas roots, but in a fresh new way!My Christmas tree is located where it’s visible as soon as you come to front door, so it’s always the star of the show.This year it’s bedecked with lots of red and green ornaments and touches of gold.I always like to start with my topper when decorating a Christmas tree.In addition to the green with red stripe, I also used a 2′ wide solid red velvet and a 2″ wide tartan plaid.
Peppermint Christmas Tree
And today I wanted to dive into all the details of the red, green, and white peppermint Christmas tree I created.The peppermint Christmas tree is covered in mesh ribbon, oversized ornaments, and picks.I also wrote a separate blog post showing how I decorated this Christmas tree, step-by-step.But to tie in the peppermint theme a little more, I grabbed some peppermint picks, removed the pick part, and placed the peppermint in the middle of the bow.This peppermint Christmas tree was so much fun to create.
Hey Holidays // A Pink, Red, and Green Christmas Tree
It’s the holiday season!So if you’re looking for a fresh take on your holiday tree, we’ve got you covered.This tree is going to live in our studio this year, which is why we chose the fun pink, red, and green color palette.😉I wanted to add a little DIY touch to the tree decor, so we made these pretty yarn twists.Hold the yarn twist at the halfway point and let it twist in, evening out the twists as needed.
10 Minute LED Lights For Any Holiday With WLED
Background on the path to WLEDIf you’ve been reading my site, you know that I’ve wanted to play around with LED lights for some time.The holy grail of LED lights for me are individually addressable LED strips and strings.You can learn a lot more about the different types of LED lights by watching the video below from The Hookup.My general recommendations for LED lights, based on pricing, performance, and ease of use are:5V WS2812B for LED strip lights12V WS2811 for LED string lightsThe Hookup LED Strip breakdownPower Supply12V 10 Amp Power SupplyLEDs and the nodeMCU powered by WLED need power to run.Once you have all the materials together you can literally have LED lights working in 10 minutes.
Red, Green and Plaid Christmas Tree
I wanted to share my red, green and plaid Christmas tree with you a little sooner than this, however, we have had a sad and eventful week.The red and green mixed with plaid screams Christmas to me.Although I guess I made sure of that by using the same fabric for my DIY Christmas pillows, the backdrops on my plaid Christmas mantel, and the DIY wired ribbon on the tree!I hope you enjoyed seeing my red, green and plaid Christmas tree and that you got some decorating inspiration.If I don’t get another post up before the holiday, I hope you all have a Merry Christmas!
Gorgeous Gold and Silver Christmas Tree Alternatives
A traditional gold and silver Christmas tree can be a delightful composition, with all the right notes for your glam Christmas decor.Gold and platinum Christmas treeMeet our Natural Elegance Christmas tree bundle!This is a classic favorite for people looking for the gold and silver Christmas tree alternatives - and brings warmth and shine to any space, home or business!Designer Tip: Choose a flocked base or a green Christmas tree base for uniquely different takes on this tree.We hope that you’ve loved these gold and silver Christmas tree alternatives and they give you some ideas on how to make your Christmas a memorable one!
How to Decorate a Christmas Tree
A Classic Red Christmas Tree
You will never go wrong with a red Christmas tree or decor.Red Christmas OrnamentsOver the past few years, I have been moving almost all of my red decorations to my family room and using them together.I have enough red ornaments and picks that I can create a base layer of red in my tree.I don’t think I will ever get tired of a classic red Christmas tree.Pin A Classic Red Christmas Tree here!
Dark Green & Burgundy Christmas Tree
A fresh and elegant take on the traditional red and green Christmas tree is on tap for 2021!Elegant Christmas Tree Ideas For 2021Hello, friends!This year I’m taking a more elegant approach to the traditional red and green Christmas colors by opting for dark green velvet and deep burgundies.This tree is the 6ft Prince Flocked Tree from King of Christmas.There’s nothing better than the warm glow of a Christmas tree in the evenings when you’re cuddled up on the couch.
Why Are Red and Green Traditional Christmas Colors?
Have you ever wondered, "Why are red and green traditional Christmas colors?"Why are Red and Green Traditional Christmas Colors?Is the Poinsettia the Reason Red and Green are the Traditional Christmas Colors?Passion Plays are the Reason Red and Green are the Traditional Christmas Colors, Right?The ads, which were primarily red, white, and green, seem to have been the tipping point for red and green becoming prominent in Christmas decorations.
35 Christmas Décor Ideas In Traditional Red And Green
Red and green are traditional colors for Christmas, the colors of fir trees and holly berries.You can say that these shades are too bright but I’ve rounded up a whole bunch of ideas of stylish red and green décor that won’t be right in your face.To keep the décor fresh and calm, go for fir branches or just dark green – wreaths, ornaments, garlands and centerpieces with fir branches look very festive.Make accents with holly berries and red ribbon – that looks very beautiful yet natural.2 of 35 of 353 of 35 of 354 of 35 of 355 of 35 of 356 of 35 of 357 of 35 of 358 of 35 of 359 of 35 of 3510 of 35 of 3511 of 35 of 3512 of 35 of 3513 of 35 of 3514 of 35 of 3515 of 35 of 3516 of 35 of 3517 of 35 of 3518 of 35 of 3519 of 35 of 3520 of 35 of 3521 of 35 of 3522 of 35 of 3523 of 35 of 3524 of 35 of 3525 of 35 of 3526 of 35 of 3527 of 35 of 3528 of 35 of 3529 of 35 of 3530 of 35 of 3531 of 35 of 3532 of 35 of 3533 of 35 of 3534 of 35 of 3535 of 35 of 35Source: pinterest
How To Decorate A Grinch Christmas Tree (With Links For The Decor)
After making these Grinch cupcakes, this Grinch bingo game and this Grinch wreath, I decided to keep going on the How The Grinch Stole Christmas theme and decorated a Grinch Christmas tree for my office.With lots of cute ornaments and a Grinch tree topper, you’re sure to find some Grinch Christmas tree ideas you can use.Since I’ve been having so much fun with the Grinch Who Stole Christmas theme this year, I decided to keep going…and decorate a Grinch Christmas tree in my office.Now, let’s get on with the steps I took to decorate my white Grinch Christmas tree.Print Pin How to decorate a Grinch Christmas tree This Grinch Christmas tree is a fun and whimsical way to decorate for Christmas.
How to Style a Beautiful Plaid Christmas Tree (2023)
Red and Green Christmas Home Tour
Red and green Christmas decorations are the most classic and festive way to celebrate the holiday season!For more Christmas ideas, check out 25 of the best flocked Christmas trees, How to Add Ribbon to a Christmas Tree, and be sure to visit my Christmas Sources page for all source links.Red and Green Christmas TreesTwo of our Christmas trees this year are red and green themed.You can read all of the details in my post about our vintage red and green Christmas tree.Red and Green Pillows and ThrowsI pulled out these old red striped pillows and thought it would be fun to pair them with a dark hunter green one this year.
Tips For Decorating A Christmas Tree
Christmas Tree Decor IdeasI’m sharing some of my Christmas Tree Decor Ideas and many of these items are on sale too!I used red, green, and white on the living room 12′ flocked long needle pine tree.I only used red and ivory ornaments on this tree and added some green colors in by using the layered ribbons.This Years Family Room Tree-Red, Green, and WhiteI used all my green ornaments on this tree in our family room.I hope you enjoyed seeing some of my christmas tree decor ideas!
Take A Tour Of My Cozy And Festive Christmas Family Room
Celebrate Christmas in my cozy and festive family room decorated with rich reds and greens and a just a little bit of sparkle.My tree is filled with bright and cheery Christmas red and green and some amazing silk ribbon.I took the time to go through all of my ornaments, one by one, and only use the ones that fit with my festive Christmas theme this year.I love the look of the shiny red and the satin red ornaments mixed together.HERE’S MORE CHRISTMAS DECORATING INSPIRATION FOR YOUCELEBRATING A NOSTALGIC CHRISTMAS IN MY BREAKFAST ROOMMY COZY AND INVITING CHRISTMAS DINING ROOMMY FESTIVE FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS FOYERWELCOME TO MY FESTIVE AND CHEERY CHRISTMAS FRONT PORCH
Classic Red and Green Christmas Trees
Christmas Home Tour 2016
Welcome to our Christmas Home Tour of 2016!;pWhen I found the plaid ribbon a couple weeks ago, I knew I wanted a wooden bead garland with it.I looked and looked and couldn’t find one (at least that wasn’t a million bucks), so I MADE one!Like the antelope guy on my shelf there…I just added a plaid ribbon to him and BOOM…Christmasfied.This frame I already had and I just added some plaid ribbon to it and wrote “joy” on the glass.
Red and Green Vintage Christmas Tree
A vintage red and green inspired Christmas tree with a classic nostalgic feel for the holidays.Some of my favorite trees have been this silver Christmas tree, this red and gold Christmas tree, or this vintage toy tree.It is so nice to snuggle up under our Christmas tree with a cup of our favorite homemade hot chocolate with a dollop of peppermint whipped cream.How to Create a Red and Green Christmas TreeI love this rich red and green together.Red and Green Vintage Christmas Tree by Ella Claire & Co. | Amber and Black Christmas Tree by Craftberry Bush | Natural and Romantic Christmas Tree by City FarmhouseOur Traditional Christmas Tree With Hints Of Blue by Zevy Joy | Mocha and Gold Inspired Christmas Tree by Handmade Farmhouse | A farm themed Christmas Tree by Azure Farm
Red and White Christmas Tree Decor
Traditional Red and White Christmas Tree Decor for the living room.In the past couple of years I have had blue and green Christmas tree decor and blue and silver.Today we are sharing our red and white Christmas tree decor and all of its trimmings.Now, grab a mug of your favorite beverage and let the Christmas Tree tour begin!She will share How to Style a Classic Plaid Christmas Tree!
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Christmas Home Tour 2018
Welcome to my 2018 Christmas Home Tour!Between the moving box shuffle and a busy work schedule, I didn’t go crazy overboard with my Christmas decorations this year.The Christmas KitchenYou all know how much I love designing and painting Christmas signs, these two are new to my Etsy shop for 2018.Thank you for visiting my home for the Christmas Home Tour 2018.Now it’s time to tour all of the other beautiful homes in the Christmas Canadian Bloggers Home Tour hop this season!
Christmas tree red, green and gold. Red, green and gold
(No Merry Christmas banner) An angled view of an old fireplace and Christmas tree decorated with vintage and antique decorations, cranberry glass, paraffin lamp, Madonna and child and fire irons.The overmantle mirror is 19th C. The wreath and a few items on the tree are contemporary.
15 Unique & Fun Christmas Decoration Themes
Top 15 Christmas ThemesFor the last several weeks I have been busy decorating our themed Christmas trees and creating matching wreaths and garlands for each.There are traditional trees, trendy trees, nature trees, glitzy trees, so many trees, each on it’s own brings beauty, excitement, joy, and the feeling of Christmas.ELFISHA Christmas theme is straight from the North Pole.Cardinals and chickadees along with unique wooden houses and nests, give this winter theme a calm and serene feel to be enjoyed by all.SNOW MUCH FUNTraditional yet trendy, this collection of winter fun is sought by children of all ages.
Flocked Christmas Tree • Project Allen Designs
A snowy flocked Christmas tree decorated in red, green and gold gives a big dose of nostalgia to this modern farmhouse living room.So if that means using red and green throughout to really give our home that nostalgic Christmas feel then so be it.Christmas Tree BowsOnce I had the ornaments the way I wanted them I went back to something I’ve used time and time again on my tree’s and that is bows!!I love taking the ribbon and making these cute little bows and then sticking them all over the tree.When it is time to add them to the tree I just like to start placing them throughout different areas of the tree and move them around until things look good.
Red and White Christmas Tree