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Discover Non-Traditional Handcrafted Coastal Holiday Tree

Discover Non-Traditional Handcrafted Coastal Holiday Tree

Do you ever feel like you need a change when it comes to your holiday decor? I did this year. I love anything beachy like starfish, shells, and sand dollars. It’s not your typical holiday style, but since I live near the beach it’s truly a fun way to decorate the tree. 

I am hoping that I will inspire you to try something coastal for your decorations. I love making my own ornaments. Last year I created a handcrafted ribbon ornament. This year I made some oyster shell ornaments. Discover how to make a non-traditional handcrafted coastal holiday tree +blog hop the tutorial is right below.

If you want to see how you make them check out the oyster shell tutorial here.

Join in for a holiday blog hop to see more beautiful trees.


Beside my non-traditional coastal holiday tree there are  24 talented bloggers joining up to share their decorated Christmas Trees with us!  So grab a cup of your favorite beverage and get comfortable, because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas Tree Decor shared over the next two days. 

Now let’s check out the rest of the beautiful Christmas Trees!


Let’s Meet The Hosts!

Michelle from Our Crafty Mom | Allison from Upright and Caffeinated

 Angela from Simply Beautiful By Angela  | Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate

Michelle from Weekend Craft   | Jeanie from Create and Babble

Cindy from County Road 407 | Erlene from My Pinterventures 

Jaclyn from The Dotted Nest   | Vicki from 2 Bees In A Pod 

Leanna from Faeries and Fauna  | Maria from Simple Nature Decor

Marie from The Inspiration Vault | Beverly from Across the Blvd.

Jenn from Loveland Lodge | Dru from Polka Dot Poplars

Melissa from Welcome To The Woods | Donna from Modern On Monticello

 Nancy from Adams And Elm Home |  Sam from Raggedy Bits

Shirley from Intelligent Domestications  | Wanda from From House To Home

Libbie from A Life Unfolding  |  Jaclyn from One Thousand Oaks  



My Family Christmas Tree: The Treequel – The Inspiration Vault

Four Traditional Christmas Tree – Intelligent Domestications

Blue and Silver Christmas Tree – 2 Bees In A Pod

A Christmas Tree Without Charisma – County Road 407

Rustic Christmas Tree Decor – Polka Dot Poplars

2018 Christmas Tree – Welcome To The Woods

Candy Themed Christmas Tree – Celebrate And Decorate

A Christmas Tree Filled With Memories – Across the Blvd.

Flocked Buffalo Check Christmas Tree – Weekend Craft



Elegant Christmas Tree With Blush And Metallics – Our Crafty Mom

Vintage Christmas – Upright And Caffeinated

The Perfect Christmas Tree For A Small Space – Create & Babble

Rustic Modern Christmas Tree- Modern On Monticello

Christmas Tree – Adams And Elm Home

Handcrafted Coastal Holiday Tree – Simple Nature Decor

A Rustic Christmas Tree Featuring Buffalo Check – Faeries And Fauna

Christmas Tree Blog Hop – Simply Beautiful By Angela

Plaid Christmas Tree Decorations – One Thousand Oaks

Blush, White and Black Christmas Tree – From House To Home

Farmhouse Bingo Vintage Clock Christmas Tree – Raggedy Bits

Tropical Ocean Christmas Tree – My Pinterventures

Simple Christmas Tree – The Dotted Nest


  1. I love anything coastal and I include it in my Christmas decor, too. I love your oyster shell ornaments.

  2. So fun being able to bring coastal elements to your home. The oyster shell ornaments are so pretty and I bet they look even better in person. Congratulations on opening a shop next year. Can’t wait to see it.

  3. This year I am noticing lots of coastal themed Christmas trees and I think that wonderful for those of you who are lucky enough to live near the ocean. I love the plane trees you have up as well. We are hoping to go and grab some fresh small trees this week, I love them just as they are, Pinning

  4. What’s your secret to making simple decorations look so pretty?! I have a ton of oyster shells and had no idea that they could look this beautiful on a tree. I’m going to grab them now and add them to my tree too 🙂

    1. Is the link there for the oyster shell diy. You have to drill a hole at the end with a good drill. Make sure you bleach them first and dry. Let me know if you have any other questions, it does take a little work on the drill part.

  5. This is the most unique tree I’ve seen and love it! You are quite clever. Glad to be hopping with you this week!

  6. I adore this tree and those ornaments! And I’m a little jealous of anyone who lives close to a beach!!!

  7. I have always thought oyster shells were pretty and weren’t given their due attention so I am in love with your choice of decor!
    🙂 gwingal

    1. Exactly, Noe that I know how to treat them it is easy to create different projects. Bless you, Maria

  8. This is such a unique idea Maria. I never would have thought of bringing seashells indoors and onto the tree. But you really make it work and brilliantly!

    1. Thanks Mary, You are such a good bloggy friend and I appreciate your friendship all these years.

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