Christmas Link Up - Christmas Trees

Friday, November 27, 2015

This past week has been a whirlwind! Welcoming out of town family, baking, cooking, shopping and spending time together are all things I'm thankful for. I trust you had a blessed Thanksgiving too!

I've joined a group of over 30 bloggers for the next four weeks, to celebrate and share all things Christmas!

Favorite Christmas trees from diy beautify!

Each Friday in December we will be linking up some of our best Christmas projects and asking you to share yours in a giant link-up party, with a new theme each week!

The best part for YOU is that you will have the opportunity to be featured and have your project seen on over 30 blogs!

This week's theme is Christmas Trees. I love decorating table top trees because it's so quick and easy to fill them up and get a nice look.

This Coca-Cola tree is new for this year. I filled it with plush polar bears, DIY painted ornaments (that project can be viewed here) and vintage Santas.

A flocked tree becomes a winter wonderland with Coca-Cola ornaments and fluffy polar bears. Read more about it at diy beautify.

Here is the same tree, decorated last year with vintage goodies and natural elements like real bird's nests. You can read more about it here.

A tabletop flocked tree is decked out for the season with vintage inspired ornaments, natural elements and gingham goodness. Read all about it at diy beautify.

I would be remiss if I didn't include our large tree from last year. You will find the tutorial for the easy 'Merry Christmas' banner here.

Decorate a Christmas tree with all your favorites (including the children's homemade ornaments) and add a big Merry Christmas banner! You can find the tutorial at diy beautify!
My favorite Christmas tree craft to date has to be my burlap trees. They are so easy to make, look great all year and add a rustic touch to my home.

Decorate a Christmas tree with all your favorites (including the children's homemade ornaments) and add a big Merry Christmas banner! You can find the tutorial at diy beautify!

There you have it, my favorite trees to date.

Favorite Christmas trees filled with DIY goodness and budget buys! Read more at diy beautify!

Now it's your turn to share your amazing Christmas trees and inspire us all! Read the rules and then scroll down for the linky.

Rules of the link up:

1. Please link to a specific post on your blog, not your blog's home page. Up to 3 posts are allowed.
2. Please leave a comment for your host - remember, it's a party!
3. Please be sure to visit a couple of other blogs and leave comments
4. No Etsy stores, giveaways or other link parties allowed
5. Please link with a text link or party button to your host
6. By submitting a link, you give us permission and grant us the right to feature your project and photos on this blog, website and on social media. We will always give proper credit and a link back to your post.

Each week, a few of our favorites will be featured on our blogs. Features will also be pinned to our Christmas Link Up Pinterest Board for even more exposure!

Your hosts for the party:

Be sure to visit some of these talented ladies and their blogs. You just might find a new favorite!

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