Introducing the 100Things2Do Christmas tree 2019! A white and champagne colour scheme with natural elements thrown in for texture – this year’s Christmas tree shines day and night.
2019 has been a crazy-awful-horrible year at our house. If you follow along, you know that the girls and I (and a menagerie of pets) found ourselves alone and struggling with all of the transformations that entailed.
It’s been almost a year and we have survived (and thrived) through birthdays, vacations, holidays and time apart and are coming to the end of what I hope will be “new/adjusted experiences”.
BUT, the biggest holiday of all is still coming up and my anxiety is peaking again worrying that I can’t make Christmas as happy and memorable as it has always been in the past.
I was challenged to come up with a Christmas tree 2019 on a limited budget, and with as many decorations as I possibly could from our existing stash…
and I did it! The only addition to our Christmas tree this year were some deconstructed grapevine wreaths (2). Everything else were from previous Holidays, so you might recognize some items from years past.
I decided to go white this year and bring in some champagne-coloured ornaments and natural elements.
I used three ribbons – a wired white one with snowflakes on it, a champagne mesh and then a thinner brown wired ribbon. I cut my ribbon into 3’ strands and tucked them here and there (and overlapping) all over the tree.