Pinterest can be a great source of fun holiday decorating inspiration—from handcrafted ornaments with which to adorn your artificial Christmas tree to tasty and festive recipes to warm you up on a cold winter night. Featured in this post are holiday crafts, ornaments made from repurposed household objects, and holiday treats that we’ve found on Pinterest to get you into the Christmas spirit.
Colorful Mini Tree Ornaments
If you have an old box of crayons at home that you don’t plan on using anymore, don’t throw them away just yet. This quick and easy Pinterest Christmas décor idea from More Naps will help you put them to good use with little effort.
First, remove the paper wrapping and break them into smaller pieces so they become more manageable. Then, place the pieces into silicone molds in the shape of Christmas trees and preheat your oven to 275°F. Bake the crayons for 10 minutes and allow them to cool completely. Afterward, remove the crayons from the mold and use them as mason jar ornaments or stocking stuffers. Continue reading “Tree Classics’ Top 5 Christmas Ideas on Pinterest” →
At first glance, the rustic, earthy, and harvest-oriented themes of fall may seem a bit detached from the festive and bright colors of Christmas. The key to a smooth and practical transition from one theme to the other lies in seeing where Christmas and fall décor overlap—focus on similarities now, and capitalize on the differences later.
Tree Classics has put together a list of holiday décor pieces that can help you set up your Thanksgiving arrangement so that you’ll be halfway done with Christmas decorating before the season even begins.
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If you have a good number of old ornaments tucked away in an old box or some recyclables lying around, or you just have some time to spare and are willing to purchase a few items, these creative ornament wreath ideas from Tree Classics will help you put a twist on your yearly holiday home decorations by creating a wreath made entirely out of ornaments.
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The beginning of autumn marks the end of summer, and it can be quite cold. If you know where to look, however, this can also be one of the most colorful times of the year. With the transitional season just a few weeks away, now is the time to start planning your home décor so you can make your final adjustments just as the leaves outside begin to fall.
Taking inspiration from trees and foliage turning into earthy hues of chocolate, pumpkin, and mustard yellow, this post shows you how to spruce up your home with a few touches of seasonal color and decorative accents in each room. Continue reading “Back to Basics: Spruce Up Your Home for the Fall” →
Standing tall and proud in your living room or backyard, a stars-and-stripes Christmas tree is a great way to show off the colors of our flag for Independence Day. Decorating your tree to celebrate America’s independence is also a great excuse to get your artificial foliage out of storage early for this year’s Christmas in July festivities. Use it to showcase your patriotic trinkets, ornaments, and other 4th of July decorations, and create a conversation piece that will get your guests talking about the true spirit of the holiday.
This week, Tree Classics features a few tips that will help you create a memorable centerpiece for you and your guests on the upcoming 4th of July weekend. Continue reading “How to Create a Stars-and-stripes 4th of July Christmas Tree” →