I decided to use ornaments in white, gold, silver, gray, and blue. I added some brass letters, some words, a few bells, some nutcrackers which I spray painted and a few others throw in.
For a tree skirt, I bought a faux sheepskin at Target this fall and I kinda like it under the tree. I was going for a soft effect, not too flashy or busy.
My tree topper: This angel was handmade and given to us as a wedding present and she has topped our tree every year — all 28 of them.
A special ornament from a trip…
I bought a handful of nutcrackers and spray painted them. I found them at Michael’s for a $1! I pulled the hair off, painted and then reglued the hair. I think they turned out cute.
I will probably add a few more ornaments but for now, O Tannenbaum is looking lovely.
I’ve been busy wrapping packages the last few days. I have sneaky prying eyes coming for Christmas soon so this elf had to get busy! Don’t you think packages have a way of making a tree look fuller??
If you’d like to see more of my trees through the years, just click here to see the post I wrote last Christmas.
And for more Christmas trees to view, check out Thrift Decor Chick’s Christmas Tree Party here
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