Inspiring Christmas Trees
Its that time once again. Welcome back the inspiring series! This week, we are getting into full Christmas spirit with our top 5 Christmas Trees to inspire you this winter.
Now, before we start, make sure you have a big cup of Hot Chocolate and a delicious Christmas Cookie to get you in the festive spirit!.
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Floral Christmas Tree ?
We start with the least 'Christmassy' Christmas Tree of all. Its made of flowers! This beautiful tree would look perfect at a Christmas wedding or Christmas event.
This particular Christmas tree was designed by Christian Dior in 2013 as part of the “Les Sapins de Noël des Créateurs” (Designers’ Christmas Trees).
The designers create or decorate trees which are then auctioned at Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild in Paris. All the money raised is donated to a charity. We love the different shades of pink and cream roses used to create this display.
Button Christmas Tree
If you don't have space for a Christmas tree, this tree is a brilliant alternative. With lots of merry colours this little accessory will bring the festive celebrations into your home. The great thing about this tree is that it can easily be made at home. Simply create a Christmas Tree shape out of cardboard and use PVA glue or superglue to stick lots of different sized, shaped and coloured buttons on the tree to create a beautiful design.
To hang up the tree, punch a hole in the top and thread some festive ribbon through. This tree could be hung on a mantelpiece, in a window or on your front door as shown in the photograph.
This craft could be done with your children to entertain them during the Christmas Holidays.
A mini Christmas tree is perfect for so many places in your home. In the Hallway on a small table, in the office, or even in a child's bedroom or nursery. Each tree can be decorated to match the colour scheme or theme of the room and helps to get everyone in the Christmas spirit. The tree can be placed on a small table as pictured here which can help when cleaning up the needles which fall. If you do not want a real Christmas tree then an artificial tree would work just as well - without all the cleaning up! Small presents or gifts can be displayed under this tree either for or from family and friends. We love the quirky pom-pom garland used to decorate this tree!
We end this inspiring blog post with the classic and traditional Christmas tree. Although we love the new, modern and quirky trees now available, we will always love the floor to ceiling high trees. This picture, to us, is the classic Christmas in one image. The tree is decorated with ornaments all red, gold and glittery. Not to mention the twinkling fairy lights really help to pull everything together. A Christmas tree like this would look beautiful on winter evenings whilst you sit beside the crackling fire reading a good book. We can dream can't we?
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