1) Glitter Leaves:
What happens when you add together Real Leaves from a Real Tree and Glitter!? An adorable decoration that could EASILY be a statement piece on the wall of your dining room for Thanksgiving Dinner. I'd hang cute little tags from them for people to write things they're thankful for on them.
These would be great centerpieces with tea lights inside of the jars. I'd use fake leaves, I think they'd adhere better to the mason jars.
Wanna guess first?
Never mind, I'll just go ahead and tell y'all anyway . . .
The Nutcracker! From Snowflakes to Sugar Plum Fairies, I'll be designing the Nutcracker tree to end all Nutcracker trees! ;)
3) The Flowers:
These don't have a tutorial, but I think I could maybe figure something out. Actually, I will have to figure something out, because I love these little ornaments. I guess I'll have to learn to do some embroidery soon, huh?
These add just a wee bit of whimsy. Sarah Jane Studios did a fantastic job with them. I think they're precious!
Is it even a Christmas Tree without an adorable tree skirt? I think not. Lol. I want to make mine in pink, and I will definitely have to modify the pattern for my bitty little four foot tree, but I think it will TOTALLY be worth it!
Y'all!! These are the perfect combo of ballet and Christmas. I think I'll make them for my nightstands to add an additional festive feel to my bedroom this Christmas Season! Now, my only decision to make is whether or not I want the trees to be solid pink. I think these would be precious in a pink and green alternating stripe too! ;)
Do y'all have a theme for your Christmas Trees? Let me know in the comments below! I'd love to hear about y'all's Christmas Decorations! :D
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Have a great afternoon, y'all!