Welcome to Christmas Tree Blog Hop! I’m excited to be part of the first Christmas Tree Blog Hop hosted by Michelle at Our Crafty Mom. Today, you’ll find over 40 bloggers sharing their Christmas tree decor. You’ll find everything from traditional to modern and everything in between to inspire your Christmas tree decorating. So, make sure you check out all the host trees at the end of the post too!

Christmas Tree Blog Hop

Red and White Snowflake Christmas Tree

When it comes to Christmas decorating, I’m pretty traditional. My colors always revolve around red, gold, and white. The past few years, our tree was red and gold and this year I used existing ornaments to change things up to create a red and white tree.

Red and white snowflake Christmas tree

As you can see, I’m the total opposite of the rustic or the simplistic look when it comes to our Christmas tree. I like to fill my tree up till it’s almost bursting and exploding with ornaments.

red and white snowflake Christmas tree close up

Here’s a closeup of some of the snowflakes, berry twigs, ribbons, and other decorations hanging on the snowflake Christmas tree. It’s a mix of inexpensive dollar store, craft store, and vintage ornaments.

Red and white snowflake Christmas tree lit

Since I wanted to create the look of snow on the tree, I used fiberfill on the branches. It’s my trick to make the tree look nice and frosty. Oh, and do you see those gift tags on the presents? Those are my mystery gift tags that drive the kids nuts. Only I know which tag goes to which child, which helps prevent them from guessing what’s inside the boxes.

red and white snowflake Christmas tree at night

Here is what the snowflake Christmas tree looks like at night. The fiberfill not only adds to the tree’s frosty look, it makes it really ‘glow’ at night.

Side of Christmas tree

I hope you enjoyed my red and white snowflake Christmas tree. For more Christmas tree inspiration, scroll down to check out all the other Christmas trees too!

What colors and theme is your Christmas tree?


Now let’s check out the rest of the beautiful Christmas Trees!

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27 Comments

  1. Your tree is absolutely stunning! I love all of the different textures and patterns. Your wrapped gifts compliment the tree wonderfully as well. So beautiful!

  2. Oh, I love this! This reminds me of one I made one year, with the red and plaid. I will have to show this to my mom she has a thing for poinsettias on her tree. She will love it! I need those owls girl!
    Kim

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