It’s cool and wintry in some parts of the southern hemisphere, and people are celebrating Christmas in July. While they enjoy traditional roasts and a delicious mug of hot chocolate, folks from the northern hemisphere take part in the festivities by going to the beach or holding summer festivals in the warm weather. Explore these interesting Christmas in July facts that have paved way to this widespread celebration in an infographic presented by Tree Classics.
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” →
“My year round decorating style is in the French country farmhouse style. I am inspired by European influenced decor, but especially French decor!” -Angelina
Susie joins us on the second day of our Holiday Greenery for All Seasons blog hop. See her artistic genius at work with our Classic Fraser Fir Wreath and Classic Noble Fir Garland on The Chelsea Project.
“Just let your imagination go wild and have lots of fun. My current favorite spot is in the sunroom on top of a distressed flower cart. During the day, it is cheery, fun, and unexpected. And at night, there’s a nice soft twinkle. Not enough to light the room, but just enough to create a cozy ambience.” -Susie
“Decorating with evergreens for Summer makes sense to me. I’m an avid gardener, so when I spotted these artificial Dusty Miller and Lamb’s Ear bunches in Michael’s I might have gasped out loud. What a perfect addition to the realistic-looking evergreen wreath!” -Laura