Blush & Gold Glam Christmas Tree

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This year I added a new tree with a bit of glam and romance. I used blush ornaments and Christmas roses and also used large sparkly gold flowers to coordinate with my leopard pillows and the warm tones in my canvas art. Of course, I always make sure my pretty packages are wrapped in the same color scheme.
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I used my older flocked tree from Walmart last year that was pre-lit and a 7 1/2 feet.


I made big pretty bows placed throughout the tree and two large bows back-to-back on top of the tree. I topped it off with the beautiful Christmas star.


I used my older flocked tree from Walmart last year that was pre-lit and a 7 1/2 feet. Then I just layered all of the ornaments and Christmas stems.
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Then I just layered all of the ornaments and Christmas stems.
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I created big beautiful bows with shimmery wired ribbon place them throughout the tree.
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I tucked wired mesh metallic ribbon in and out of the tree.
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I topped it off with big beautiful ribbon bows on the front and back and then added the beautiful Christmas star.
There are no brown paper packages tied up with string here. All of my pretty presents coordinate with my glam blush and gold Christmas tree.
Suggested materials:
  • Blush Ornament and Christmas stems   (Decorators Christmas Warehouse, Michaels, Hobby Lobby)
  • Gold ornaments and Christmas stems   (Decorators Christmas Warehouse, Michaels, Hobby Lobby)
  • Wired mesh metallic expandable ribbon   (Decorators Christmas Warehouse)
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