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Today my blogging friends and I are sharing Christmas tree ideas! I love Christmas trees and decorating Christmas trees, so I am looking forward to all the wonderful Christmas tree ideas that will be shared today! I got a beautiful new Christmas tree from Nearly Natural this year.
I love my beautiful, incredibly real looking tree. My new artificial Christmas tree is the 6′ White Mountain Pine Artificial Christmas Tree with 300 Clear LED Lights and Pine Cones from Nearly Natural ($138.99)
My new faux Christmas tree is 6 feet high and only has a depth and width of 24 inches, so it’s perfect for tighter spaces and a smaller living room like mine.
I chose this faux Christmas tree for its natural look, cute white fairy lights, rustic pine cones and realistic look.
Best Faux Christmas Tree
One thing I especially adore is how quick and easy it is to set up my new 6′ White Mountain Pine Artificial Christmas Tree with 300 Clear LED Lights and Pine Cones from Nearly Natural ($138.99).
The faux Christmas tree comes with its own quick set up stand, and the tree comes in three lightweight parts. Each section of the tree plugs into a power cord that is then plugged in to easily and quickly light the tree. It only took me about 15 minutes to get my tree up! I love that.
I started decorating my faux Christmas tree Friday night. With the tree lit and the pretty snowflake decals that I put up in the window behind the tree, it looked like a beautiful winter wonderland in my living room.
I love how this tree is pre-strung with sweet and petite fairy lights.
I decorated my Christmas tree with homemade DIY snowflake tree slice ornaments that I made. (Check back here later on the blog to see the tutorial for those ornaments.)
My daughters and I baked pretty white salt dough ornaments for the tree. (I will be sharing a tutorial on how we made them on the blog soon!)
I really like how our sweet and simple ornaments look on the tree!
I love the look of a flocked Christmas tree – I think snow covered trees are so pretty. I didn’t want to go to the trouble of flocking a tree, so I decided to add a snowy look to the tree by adding a homemade cotton ball garland to the tree. I made the garland by simply hot gluing cotton balls to kite string I had on hand at home.
At the base of my new Christmas tree I simply used a fringed red and green plaid blanket. I think the blanket looks perfect underneath the tree!
I also made my own star tree topper for the tree out of takeout chopsticks (we have lots of those in my house) and pipe cleaners. (I had purchased the pipe cleaners to make DIY face masks.) I love the simplicity of my DIY tree topper!
I am so happy that I now have my 6′ White Mountain Pine Artificial Christmas Tree with 300 Clear LED Lights and Pine Cones from Nearly Natural ($138.99).
I had stopped putting a Christmas tree up in front of the bay window, since the gigantic old faux Christmas tree that we used took up too much space. It was hard squeeze by the tree to play the piano when the old tree was up! But this Christmas tree is the perfect size. It’s not too small, and not too large and overpowering, either. I think it’s a sweet and pretty tree!