My Rustic Christmas Home’s Christmas Tree

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I just love our annual trip to the Christmas tree farm so I decided to create a tree farm-inspired tree. If you’ve been around here forever, then you may remember that I also did a tree farm sign wall in our old mudroom a few years ago. What can I say? I love tree farms!
I started out with this fun Christmas trailer and used that as my topper.I felt like that might be something that you would see at an old tree farm. Like, maybe you’d go into the trailer to pay after you were done picking out your tree?!

We have our tree train up again this year, but of course I had to tie a little bottle brush tree to the top as if it’s bringing home a tree as well. 
I created these flags with other features that you might find a tree farm wanting to call its customers’ attention to. You might find a flag pointing you to where the hay rides are, where you can buy hot chocolate, where you can warm up by the fire, where to find Santa, and other things like that.
Our tree is sitting in this  DIY tree collar we created a few weeks ago, which you can read about here, which really ties things together. It's rustic and totally farmhouse-y! (You can check out even more photos from this rustic Christmas home tour by clicking the link below!)
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