9 Christmas Tree Decor Ideas for an Extra Festive Holiday
Are you looking to switch up your Christmas tree decor ideas this year? Check out these tips and ideas for an extra festive tree this holiday! Keep reading for so many inspiring Christmas tree decor ideas from some of my favorites!
The 10 Days of Christmas is in full swing and we hope you are already gathering lots of ideas from these posts to help you start making some preparations for the most wonderful time of the year! Today, we are sharing our favorite Christmas tree decor ideas.
You’ll find everything from fun DIY to practical tips to budget-friendly ideas, and everything in between!
Meet the friends who are inspiring you for the 10 Days of Christmas Prep this week:
- Rachel from The Pond’s Farmhouse
- Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms
- Stacy from Bricks N Blooms
- Jen from Cottage on Bunker Hill
- KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms
- Kelly from The Tattered Pew
- Brendt from She Gave It A Go
- Kim from Cottage in the Mitten
I have had the honor of spending time with each of these amazing ladies and I’m proud to call them my personal friends! I’ve seen peeks of what they will be sharing and I promise you won’t want to miss a single day! It is such an honor to spend time “decorating, DIYing, baking, cooking, and creating” this week with such kind and talented friends!
What’s the best way to decorate a Christmas tree?
We are here to help! Even though our big family tree stays pretty much the same for the whole season, I definitely have fun using different kinds of trees around our home! Here’s a sneak peek at all the fun being shared today:
- A Traditional Christmas Tree With Simple Classic Decor
- How to build a wood Christmas tree using shiplap
- How to make unique and easy Christmas ornaments using architectural salvage pieces
- How To Decorate The Perfect Christmas Tree
- Simple DIY Star Shaped Pinecone Ornaments
- Handmade Ornament Christmas Tree
- How to make easy wood bead ornaments
- 17 easy Christmas tree decorating ideas and tips
- How to decorate a natural and neutral Christmas tree this season
9 Christmas Tree Decor Ideas for an Extra Festive Holiday
1. Nothing is as festive as a traditional Christmas tree decor ideas!
How do I decorate a traditional Christmas tree?
Looking to decorate with those traditional colors of Christmas?
Kim from Cottage in the Mitten is using the festive traditional colors to create a beautiful and elegant Christmas tree this year. Here are a few simple tips to create a traditional tree this year.
Don’t miss Kim’s traditional Christmas tree tips on THIS post!
2. Add some easy DIY Christmas tree decor ideas for texture and character.
How can I make my Christmas tree unique?
You will love this step-by-step tutorial on How to Build a Wood Christmas Tree using reclaimed shiplap boards. This is an easy project to create a unique farmhouse-style tree. There’s no need to worry if you don’t have reclaimed wood because Rachel sharing how you can age new wood at the end of this tutorial.
3. Create a vintage look with these Christmas tree decor ideas!
What is a good Christmas tree theme?
I always think vintage is a good theme! With Christmas tree decor ideas, you could take the vintage look of beautiful old glass ornaments. However, I had a lot of fun creating a unique look with one of our decorative trees. I love how these DIY architectural salvage ornaments turned out.
Bonus: I don’t have to worry about them breaking!
4. Use these tips to create the picture perfect tree!
Have you ever wanted the kind of Christmas tree that takes people’s breath away but haven’t known where to start? Brendt from She Gave It A Go has all the tips and ideas for you today!
Lights. Ornaments. Ribbon. Tree-toppers. Well, Merry (early) Christmas because in this guide you will learn how easy it is to do in her 5 expert tree decorating tips!
5. Use some Christmas tree decor ideas that incorporate the kids too!
Kelly from The Tattered Pew is a former Kindergarten teacher! You know her kid-friendly Christmas ideas will be amazing!
Follow this simple tutorial for star shaped pinecone ornaments. This craft is a great way to to get kids involved during the holidays!
6. Handmade Ornament Christmas Trees!
Decorating a Christmas tree doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are some easy and inexpensive DIY ornaments to decorate a tree on a budget.
7. How to Make Easy Wood Bead Ornaments
What is the most popular decoration for a Christmas tree?
Wooden bead garlands are one of the best Christmas tree decor trends I’ve seen. You just really can’t go wrong and they seem to go with everything. However, they’ve gotten more expensive in recent years. I recently put some back on the shelf because I just wasn’t willing to pay that much.
Good news! Simply 2 Moms is sharing a budget-friendly tutorial to make your own! Learn how to make pretty wood bead ornaments with our easy to follow steps. The best part? You can either stain or paint your ornaments to match your Christmas aesthetic.
8. Find 17 tips for Christmas tree decor ideas!
What are the different styles of Christmas decorating?
If you are looking to switch things up with your own Christmas tree decor ideas this year, look no further! Stacy from Bricks N Blooms has gathered 17 amazing ideas to inspire your own Christmas decorating this year.
As always, save your favorite details and combine those together to create your own, unique and festive Christmas tree this year!
9. Let naturals and neutrals bring your Christmas tree decor ideas to life this year!
What is a good theme for a Christmas tree?
There are so many gorgeous and fun themes out there for Christmas tree decorating. However, I have to say, Jen from Cottage on Bunker Hill is sharing one of my favorites!
Her natural and neutral Christmas tree is decorated with lots of whites and brown shades along with ornaments made from natural elements like wood and metals.
Check out Jen’s post HERE for tips on how to use natural and neutral textures and layers to turn your Christmas tree decor into a work of art!
What date should Christmas decorations be put up?
Well, that’s debatable. Haha! While traditionally Christmas decor is put up on the first Sunday of Advent, which is usually the first Sunday after Thanksgiving, a lot of people like to enjoy their decor a little longer.
We have been putting up our Christmas decorations in early November for as long as I can remember. Of course, there’s always some Thanksgiving tucked in as well and I love how the two can be beautifully blended for a cozy and inviting holiday home.
No matter when you deck the halls, we hope you’re getting inspired and tucking away your favorite ideas to use when you’re ready!
Pro Tip: Pin your favorite details so you can find your favorite ideas later on!