This post is sponsored by the Home Depot, however all opinions are 100% my own! Create lasting family traditions by decorating a fresh cut tree. Here are a few tips to help you achieve the Nostalgic Christmas Tree of your dreams.
Last year I ended up not getting a real tree because of all the construction that was going on, we just didn’t have a place to put it. But this year I’ve teamed up with Home Depot for the Holiday Style Challenge, and I tried something a little different. We went with a Classic Nostalgic Christmas Tree instead of my usual neutral decor.
Nostalgic Christmas Tree Decor
I definitely decided to go a little more simple and just let the Fresh-Cut Fraiser Fir from Home Depot shine! I’m sharing all the details of how we decorated this tree over on the Home Depot Blog, so make sure and check that out!
Magnetic Christmas Tree Collar
Something I decided to try out this year was this Magnetic Tree Collar. I’ve used tree collars in the past, but the trees have to be placed inside the collar. However with the magnetic option this makes it extremely easy to water live trees. Another bonus is how easily they store after the holidays. It comes apart into 4 pieces (which you’d never know just looking at it) taking up much less space.
Shatterproof Christmas Ornaments
My kids had an absolute blast hanging these shatterproof ornaments, and they are the perfect addition to our family ornaments. I always decorate a few trees, mainly because this blog is my full time job, but I love having gorgeous ornaments that my kids love and seamlessly fit in with a more curated look as well! It’s a win win for us!
Take a look at all the other ornaments we used below, and then head over to the Home Depot Blog for a full tutorial on creating a Nostalgic Christmas Tree.
Shop this Look:
- Fresh-cut Fraiser Fir
- Tree Collar
- Assorted Ornaments
- Fresh-Cut Tree Stand
- White Ball Ornaments
- White Christmas Lights
- Outlet Timer
- Mini Christmas Ornaments
- Red Icicle Ornaments
- Gold Beads
Visit the Home Depot Blog
for the Full Tutorial or
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And just for fun a little night time view….