Christmas is looming around the corner and people are going crazy about plans for decorating their Christmas Trees. Christmas Tree decoration isn’t just a tradition I feel. It’s so much more than a tradition. It’s like a cultural or childhood nostalgia, that keeps us binded to our roots and our sanity irrespective of however much life gets disturbed all along the year. I just love the sweet simplicity of the farmhouse home decor style. With the different woods and textiles it just makes a home feel so cozy so naturally, at Christmastime I’m decorating a Farmhouse Christmas tree.
Hey ya’ll! I am back to share with you another holiday-inspired post. See how I turned this cheap and fake tree into a rustic glam Christmas tree. When I think of farmhouse Christmas trees, I think of simple, natural, and personal handmade touches. Use lots of natural elements, sparkly ornaments, and a variety of ribbon to create the perfect farmhouse Christmas tree. When it comes to christmas tree decorating the latest fad is the upside-down christmas tree.
Is there any good reason besides the fact that it is a really hot xmas trend that you should actually buy one of these? First of all it may help a bit to look a bit at the history of the upside down xmas tree. That might help you decide if this type of christmas tree is for you. But many of us are restricted to small places and it’s sad that we cannot put in a Christmas tree. Only for us, there’s this wonderful option. You can buy Christmas Wall Trees, which basically is just like a Christmas Tree, except it’s Two dimensional. Meaning, you can stick it on your wall and decorate it with ornaments which are easily available and are just perfect for Christmas wall trees. And there you have it.