We’re excited to be a part of Treetopia’s Design Council this year. We received a pretty white Frozen Fir flocked tree to take part in their TECHNICOLOR Christmas challenge. If you know Lolly Jane, you know we love COLOR! (Especially if you saw last year’s white tree we decorated, wow!) When we spotted Matha’s winter village wreath, we knew we wanted to replicate the look…tree style! Bottle brush trees are all the rage, they’re such fun decor! We gathered about 35 bottle brush trees and 8 different Putz-style houses to pull together this look and we love how it turned out!
Let’s get up close and personal with this village theme Christmas tree! Only two of the trees came pre-finished, I painted the rest in my usual coral, aqua, mint, mustard pallet to bring some color to all that white!
I also took a cue from Be Crafty’s Insta and made the little wreaths from pipe cleaners, aren’t they the perfect touch?
I nabbed this blue star from Target, it was $3 and the perfect pop of color to top off our winter village Christmas tree!
If you follow us on Instgram, you’ll have seen our gumball machine turned snow globe. So cute!
We made the paper wrapped trees last year, they’re currently being featured in People magazine’s December holiday edition.
We made this cute Merry and Bright pallet sign last year.
- green bottle brush trees
- pink sisal flocked trees
- mini flocked pine trees
- paper mache, tin + wooden houses
- vintage crate is from JITT, rug + throw are from HomeGoods, gumball machine is thrifted
Here is last year’s tree, a little blinding, right!? HA!