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Choosing A Christmas Tree Theme

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The Christmas holidays are the most anticipated time of the year for children and adults alike. When the temperature drops, hearts warm up with the joy and excitement of the season. Christmas is indeed a wonderful opportunity to unleash your creativity and express yourself through the creation of all sorts of wonderful decorations.

Trimming the tree and hanging up lights are holiday decorating staples, but there are so many more fantastic Christmas decoration ideas that you can use to personalize your home this year.

Check out the most trendy Christmas tree theme ideas of 2016 below.

Santa Claus Style

Celebrate the guest of honor by copying St. Nick's style. Stick to red and white ornaments, including candy canes, and top the tree with a fur-trimmed hat.

See more at Here!

Match Your Decor


Whether your home is traditional, contemporary or shabby chic, choose a tree color and theme that fit your design. This beautiful purple and pink flocked tree is a perfect accompaniment to the cool, purple decor in this eclectic living room.

Rustic Marquee Christmas Tree


This tree couldn't be more festive with springs of snow-dusted pinecones, twine ornaments, marquee letters, plaid, woodland creatures.

Get the complete tutorial at Here!

Woodsy Scene


Wintry woodland frills (owl and deer ornaments, a forest of flocked bottle-brush trees in lieu of a skirt) evoke the snow-laden trek to grandmother’s house, while flickering clip-on, battery-operated candles are reminiscent of the tapers in her windows. Antique snow shoes and skis reinforce the frosty feel.

Retro Tree



Perfect for a kids' room, this retro tree is as jolly as Kris Kringle himself, thanks to a vintage tree stand and old-school ornaments.

Reindeer Ornaments: $11 each.

Bubble light santa: $33.

Buy Reindeer Ornaments and Bubble Light Santa from Here!

Go Glam on a Budget


Glam up your holiday decor with a flashy and fun celebrity-inspired tree. Trimmed with mini gold sunburst mirrors and pretty pops of pink and red ornaments, this bright white tree is fit for a superstar. To get this expensive look on a budget, make miniature versions of these DIY sunburst mirrors and reuse them as year-round home decor once the holidays are over.

Get the tutorial for Sunburst Mirrors Here!

Frosted Sugar Pine Tree


Icy blue Christmas decor with touches of silver, gray, and gold make this Christmas tree a dazzling one.

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Remember When...

Transform your family's special memories into beautiful ornaments. Snap photos on vacations, during major life events and when you or your children participate in hobbies or sports, then print the pictures in sepia or black and white for a vintage look. Place the photos in miniature gilded frames and hang from your tree. Each Christmas you'll be reminded of your family's adventures and favorite memories.

Vintage Camping Tree


Any avid hiker will get a kick out of this camping-themed tree, decked with marshmallows, vintage backpacks, little lanterns, and more mini camping gear.

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Succulents and Spruce


Aside from the grapevine orbs and burlap poinsettias, what we love most about this tree are the potted succulents that circle the tree skirt.

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