Now that the trees are taken down and put away, we take this time to thank our blogger partners who shared their time and holiday experience with the Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™. Have a look at these amazing trees and get to know the creative minds behind them:
Amanda Becker of The Tale of an Ugly House
Married for 9 years and mother to a 2-year old boy, Amanda is a full time stay-at-home mom who is passionate about creating a beautiful home on a budget. She started her blog in 2014 as a creative outlet and a way to share inspirational ideas with others.
“If you need to throw up a tree last minute and find yourself scrambling to get the gifts wrapped know you’re not alone! Just think simple. Simple is always beautiful in my book.” Amanda set up her Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™ in the dining room and decorated it with blush and gold glass ornaments and ribbons tied in bows, and it is by far her favorite tree in the house.
To see more of Amanda’s classic and elegant tree, as well as some quick and easy gift wrapping ideas, head on over to The Tale of an Ugly House.
Lisa Tutman-Oglesby of Celebrate Creativity
Lisa believes one could never have too many interests. A lover of decorating, recipes, and photography (among other things), she enjoys transforming everyday ordinary things into something unique and extraordinary.
“Even if you’ve already decorated your tree, you still have time to add a few more ornaments.” Lisa combines her love of baking and tree decorating with her Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™ to bring her holidays to a new level.
Take a look at Lisa’s gingerbread cookie tree, complete with her recipe, over at Celebrate Creativity.
Natalie Wright of Natal Me
A full time blogger, crafter, photographer, and thrifter, this mom of four has done it all. She enjoys various creative interests and loves paper crafting, parties, and mixed media.
Natalie had some help and a lot of fun with her Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™. “We had a good laugh when Pulgi our pup jumped into the chair when we were done! We just had to go get her elf hat to complete the picture.”
Check out the quick and easy set up video made by Natalie and her kids, and head over to Natal Me for more.
April of Uncookie Cutter
Chronicling the work on their new house inspired April to start blogging in February 2015. As a certified yoga teacher and self-confessed math girl, her background was nothing remotely related to art. She discovered her creativity through her first woodworking class and was hooked.
“Okay, I admit it, I might have too many Christmas trees. It’s becoming a problem, really. But, I love it. My tally is now up to nine!” April’s newest addition is a jewel toned Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™ that fits perfectly in their purple bedroom.
See all of April’s nine Christmas trees on her round up at Uncookie Cutter.
Thank you to all our blogger partners for their wonderful suggestions, tips, and reviews. Make the Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree™ a treasured addition to your family’s traditions. Discover our other innovative Snap Trees™ and how they make setup and storage a breeze.