Silver and White Christmas Tree
with Handcrafted Ornaments
I recently participated in a Home Tour for Procrastinators, if you missed the tour and the giveaway you can still see all the great blogs and their homes they shared, along with a chance to enter the giveaways. I have to tell you it was a little crazy pulling all my decorations together, but I did manage to do it and the best part is all my Christmas decorations are up…well all except my mantel that I am redoing…I know I just can’t leave well enough alone. Today I wanted to come back and share some of the details that went into my snow filled silver and white Christmas tree.
This year I wanted a tree filled with snow, to get that look I started tucking batting into the Christmas tree and filling in the bare spots, once that was done each branch got a thick layer of faux snow from the can.
I just love homemade Christmas ornaments and this year I added serveral handcrafted ornaments in silvers and creams. Each of these ornaments are hancrafted and adorned with faux snow which ties in with the theme of a “Snow filled Christams” tree. A few dollar store silver balls with glitter were added along with some white snowflakes
A cream garland of pearls were added to coordinate with the cream handcrafted ornaments
Last year I spray painted my red poinsettia’s grey. This year I add some white branches to them and scattered throughout the Cristmas tree.
Next to the tree a chair holds a grey bucket draped with faux crystals, holding some faux snowballs and large silver gilttered ornaments with a large white and silver bow.
Tip: How to make faux snow balls – wrap Wiffle balls with batting and spray with faux snow in the can.
At the bottom of the tree three cone glittery trees are placed along with a silver poinsettia.
Well… that is it my Silver and White Christmas Tree with handcrafted ornaments… Speaking of hand crafted, A simple and inexpensive beautiful tree topper was made from dollar store Christmas ornaments.
Those of you that follow One More Time… did you notice anything different in the living room? After the Holidays I will be sharing more on the changes that have been made along with some other changes that have taken place…
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