Creative Tree-Trimming Tips

Where To Get It:

Pre-lit White Artificial Tree (, prices start at $219)
Technicolor Zig-Zag & Striped Ball Ornaments (by Thomas Glenn, for stores, $29.95)
White Ceramic Animal Ornaments (, $24) lions, elephants, giraffes & turtles
Angel Wing Ornaments in Gold (, $19.99)
Fuzzy Chain Garland in Gold (, $19)
Area Rug as Tree Skirt ("Skirting Around" by, $59.99 for set of four tiles)

Enchanted Forest Tree
This is an earthy and woodsy theme that brings the outside inside.
A great look that's not too one-dimensional holiday looking. You can put it up early in the season because of the great "fall" look and keep it up late. It's festive without screaming Christmas.
Start with a green tree, and if you want to change the color of your lights each year, don't get a pre-lit tree.
Warm amber lights give tree the "enchanted" feel.
Create a miniature forest by wrapping tree with a garland made of real pine cones.
Hang painted glass, wide-eyed owl ornaments from the branches. In home decor, owls are very hot right now.
Add tiny glittery toadstools. Who knew that toadstools could be so beautiful?
Add some polka-dotted pheasant feather wrapped ball ornaments.
Top the tree with two faux antlers attached to the tree with floral wire. You can attach anything to a tree with floral wire.

Where To Get It:

Green Artificial Tree that did not come pre-lit (, starting at $179)
Pinecone Garland (, $14.99)
Wide-Eyed Owl Ornaments (, $15)
Glitter Toadstools (, $7.95)
Polka-dotted Pheasant Feather Wrapped Ball Ornaments (, $15)
Faux Antlers as Tree Topper (, approximately $10 each)
Amber Colored Mini Christmas Tree Lights (, $5.50 each)

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