Ways to Decorate a Holiday Tree
If you enjoy decorating your Liv Avenida apartment for the seasons or the holidays, you’re never too late to get started. Whether you have your decorations up already, you’re looking for new ideas for festive finishing touches, or you want to add some cheer to another room you’re visiting, continue reading for holiday tree decoration ideas. Chandler, Arizona just got a little more cheerful and bright!
Martha Stewart features this beautiful tree that showcases a village within its branches. This is a fun way to add a bit of rustic charm to your tree. Bake some gingerbread cookies (Martha Stewart suggests creating different hues with honey and molasses) and hang them up for a look at a new world.
Arts and Crafts Tree from House Beautiful
This idea takes craftiness to an elegant level by using “artfully hung” Chinese silk pincushions and silk flowers for decoration. But if your idea of arts-and-craft ornaments is more along the lines of an ornament made of popsicle sticks and your elementary school picture, go for that! Make your holiday tree crafty by embracing the nostalgia and making use of your old ornaments or making your own with your friends and loved ones.
Chalkboard Tree from HGTV
If you don’t have much space for the evergreen of your dreams, never fear! You can create the look in your home (or even make it a portable one) by simply purchasing a frameless chalkboard and using your skills to draw your own. Get inspired by the photo in this article and make your own pom pom garland, or use different colored chalk to decorate as you wish.
Teepee Foliage Tree from Homeology
Make your tree easily storable and unique by trying this clever idea. We love how visually interesting the homemade teepee structure and wrapped foliage captures the essence of a green thumb in the home. Try it out and let us know how it works!
What are your favorite ways to decorate or make your own holiday tree? Let us know in the comments! Thanks for reading. We hope you enjoy these ideas!