In the spirit of Christmas in July, Tree Classics celebrated with a unique blog hop, Holiday Greenery for All Seasons. In closing, we would like to thank our talented blogger friends for stepping up to the challenge, by coming up with unique ways on how to use Christmas foliage all year-round.
Have a look at their fantastic creations and get to know the brilliant minds behind them: Continue reading “Tree Classics Holiday Greenery for All Seasons: A Wrap-Up” →
Wintertime in Australia paved way to what is now a widespread celebration. Christmas in July began in 1980 when a group of Irish tourists vacationed in Sydney’s Blue Mountains. Astonished by the sight of snow in July, these visitors asked the hotel proprietor to hold a party called “Yulefest”, which became a smashing success and turned into a yearly event. To this day, countries like New Zealand, Argentina, and South Africa enjoy Christmas festivities every July.
In the spirit of this tradition, Tree Classics welcomes you to Holiday Greenery for All Seasons, a blog hop where 3 bloggers transform Yuletide foliage into year-round decorative pieces that are fit for any occasion.
Join us and our blogger friends, as they display our beautiful wreaths and garlands in their homes and store them for next year’s festivities!
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As we pay tribute to the most influential women in our lives this Mother’s Day, Tree Classics’ Precious Memories officially comes to a close. We asked our readers to post their most treasured memory with Mom, alongside a photograph and hashtag, #MothersDay. Congratulations to the top 5 most heartwarming entries that pulled our heartstrings and showed the joys of motherhood.
Continue reading “Announcing the 5 Winners of Precious Memories: A Mother’s Day Giveaway” →
Spring decorating calls to mind pastel hues and floral arrangements. Dress up your home with these looks that befit the season, brought to you by Tree Classics. Read on to see our top picks.
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Easter is a much celebrated and beloved holiday for me and my family. From observing Lent, to dyeing eggs, hiding baskets filled with sweet treats and small trinkets, to enjoying spring with a good old fashioned Easter egg hunt. We also love sharing good conversation over a delicious meal. Often this includes festivities such as brunch with friends and dinner with family. This year, we’re hosting a sunrise Easter service at our house and we’ll conclude with a buffet breakfast, so I wanted a table that’s festive and fun for both the adults and young ones.
Continue reading “Celebrating Easter with Jen Lutz” →