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My Little Crafty Christmas Tree

My Little Crafty Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree Ribbon Ornament

This year my Christmas is going to be spent in a much smaller home and I must say so much easier to decorate. That being said my Christmas tree is also small. I decided to make some cute Christmas tree ornaments made from ribbon and twigs.

I did a Youtube video so you can see how it’s done.

 

I love adding family memories to a Christmas Tree

I placed the small tree in an old Canada Dry wooden crate that I found at an antique shop! Added some pine cones to hide the container which is placed in. Overall it fits perfect in the corner of my living space! I added some ribbon placed in strategic spots to add some color. The wooden star at the top of the tree was made by my son when he was in 6th grade. He is now 28. (I love using items made by my kids.)

 

Sharing this with Friends

This year I am sharing my Christmas tree post with these talented bloggers for the First Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop

 So grab a cup of your favorite beverage, settle in and get comfortable because you are going to love the beautiful Christmas Trees Decor shared today!

Special Thanks to Michelle from Our Craft Mom for organizing this!

 

Let’s Meet The Hosts!

Michelle | Our Crafty Mom | Allison | Upright and Caffeinated

Amanda | The Whimsy One | Angela | Simply Beautiful By Angela

 | KnAnnie | All Things Big and Small

Brittany | Our Home Made Easy | Chloe | Celebrate and Decorate

Cindy | County Road 407 | Colleen | Life on Kaydeross Creek

Denise | My Thrifty House | Eileen | Sand Dollar Lane

Erlene | My Pinterventures |

Jaclyn | The Dotted Nest | Jeannee | Centsably Creative

Vicki | 2 Bees In A Pod |Jennifer | Oh Fiddle Dee Dee

| Jolene | Create Pray Love

| Kim | Day to Day Adventures

Kim | Made In A Day | Kristie | Teadoddles

Leanna | Faeries and Fauna

| Maria | Simple Nature Decor

Marie | The Inspiration Vault | Mary | The Boondocks Blog

Meegan | What Meegan Makes | Meg | Green With Decor

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

Morgan | Charleston Crafted | Nancy | Slightly Coastal

Nicole | Madness and Method | Pam | P.S. I Love You CraftsShirley | Intelligent

Domestications | Stephanie | Abbotts At Home

| Wanda | From House To Home

Yami | The Latina Next Door | Jenn | Loveland Lodge

Christene | Keys To Inspiration | Libbie | A Life Unfolding

Jaclyn | One Thousand Oaks | Jennifer | 2 Bees In A Pod | Sarah | The Project Pile

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


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48 Comments

  1. We are going to downside soon too and I hope I can still take my tree with me. This such a sweet tre. The crate is adorable as a holder for it! Love the simplicity!
    Kim

    1. Linda
      Yeah that crate cracks me up, its fun how we reuse stuff and create something different.

  2. What a darling tree! I especially love that it is tucked inside a wooden crate! Our little granddaughter stayed with us after Thanksgiving lunch and decorated our tree. I’m pretty sure every last ornament we have hang on about three branches. My favorite look! Every time I walk by I cherish the memory of handing her the ornaments. Merry Christmas! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    1. Marci, glad you are like me and cherish moments our loved ones touch! This has made me think about decorating my next home with more of my memories! The last one I had put many things in storage, but I think that was more for staging, but since this is my last home, Anything goes.
      Maria

  3. Your tree is charming Maria. I am all about the ornaments that were made by my children or family members or friends…it’s those traditions that are so important at Christmas.

    Enjoy your holiday in your little cottage!

    Hugs, Lynn

  4. I was so excited to see your Christmas tree decorating. I KNEW it would be lovely and inspiring. I love the ribbon weaving in and out of the branches. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Meegan, so nice of you! Its was a challenge trying to figure how to decorate this place for holidays. but it turned out ok. Maria

    1. Thanks Ricki, I was thrilled that I could use some of my vintage fines in my storage.
      Maria

  5. Beautiful!!! I love family decorations and only have one little photo of my children when they were young on our tree this year… a little silver pin I inserted a photo of them taken at Sears with their Christmas My Twinn dolls from long ago now. <3 Hopefully next year I'll have a family tree again when our goods come out of storage. Happy Christmas to you and your family!!! Sharing on G+ and pinned for you.

  6. I love the box you put your tree in and all the decorations. So pretty!

    1. Glad you like that old box, its amazing that its been a popular piece! many are using stuff like that. Happy holiday
      Maria

  7. Adorable! I have often thought of using ribbon to decorate our tree, but have yet to do it. It looks perfect on your little tree. I too love the box you have it in, especially since Canada Dry is my favourite gingerale!!

  8. Such a cute tree, I love all the red. And that box, love it! I’m so bummed I couldn’t make the hop with you guys. Next year for sure.

  9. Maria this is so pretty. Love that little crate you have added on the bottom. The colors bring back memories of years gone by, very rustic vintage in a nostalgic kind of way.

    1. Mary,
      Yeah, this year I have been using up all my vintage stuff! Normally I had many of it stored away. Most of my decor in the last home was contemp with some rustic stuff. Lets see next time, I always changing to spice things up.
      Maria

  10. Good Morning Maria!
    What a darling tree and tree stand! Your creativity and talents are really shining brightly!
    Perfect time of the year to reflect and rejoice in the memoires we hold dear.
    Merry Christmas,
    Jemma

    1. Jemma
      Thanks my dear! its been great getting to know you and all the nice people in this blogging journey.
      Maria

  11. Your tree is so rustic and charmingly simple! I love the wood crate! Genius!
    Jeannee

  12. Maria, your Christmas Tree is so beautiful!! I’m obsessed with the crate you put it in. What a great idea and the pops of red are perfect!! Thank you so much for joining us on this blog hop!

  13. So pretty. Love the traditional red and green. Your crate just make it even better. Love this blog hop!

    1. That crate has been a real delight, so many ways to use it. Thanks for stopping by. Happy Holidays! Maria

  14. Homemade ornaments are the best and the star made by your son is the perfect topper. Lovely tree.

  15. Your tree doesn’t look small at all! It actually looks super full and fluffy, love all the handmade ornaments too 🙂

    1. Thank you Nicole. It was a cute tree, just took it down last friday. Happy New Year.

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