Decorating a Rustic Woodland Christmas Tree

6 Materials
$400
2 Hours
Easy
Do you love the rustic woodland Christmas look? I sure do! It is such a fun way to decorate a Christmas tree. I found my ornaments at various stores, but adore them all. The rustic woodland look is easy to do and super cute.
From start to finish, this video will show you how to decorate a beautiful rustic woodland Christmas tree.
Start with a pre-lit Christmas tree. Mine is 9 ft., but you can use whatever size you want.
I used a cute, faux-fur tree skirt to kick-off my rustic woodland Christmas tree decorations. You could also use a faux fur throw and shape it around the base of your tree.
To keep the rustic woodland look for my Christmas tree, I used a grapevine star and other picks that felt woodsy.
Next, I added large garlands in gray and ivory. Then, for a pop of awesome color, I added red berry picks.
I love, love these metal and large wooden snowflake ornaments! After adding them to my Christmas tree, I filled the rest of the tree with rustic bells, various sizes of bulbs, flower picks, flannel stars. From flannel to cardboard, from cardboard to burlap, the ornament possibilities are endless!
Do you love it? I think it turned out great and it brings that overall feel of a rustic woodland Christmas to my house.
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