Festoon Your Tree With Flowers This Christmas

Every year you do the same thing, decorating your Christmas tree with coloured tinsel and fine glass baubles. And it’s beautiful, that’s for sure. But beautiful things can always be beautifuler – ok, that’s not a real word. But this creative decorating idea is the real deal. Be the envy of all your neighbours and family this year with a fresh Spruce covered in bedazzling blooms.

With a little colour and planning, you can transform your garden variety Christmas tree into a tall colourful bouquet.¬†Fragrant florals add a beautiful touch to the tree’s naturally dark green branches. It’s a contemporary take on the all the glass bulbs and tinsel you’re used to seeing. And it is guaranteed to set you apart from those showy neighbours, you know the ones with the Christmas lights burning brighter than a thousand suns. And that inflated Santa on the roof, waving gleefully to all and sundry.

If you want to find out more about how to trim and style your own floral Christmas tree just follow the links through to DIY tutorials by Martha Stewart and Design Love Fest. Or if you’re too busy to do it yourself, simply drop us a line at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help xx

 

Christmas Tree Flowers
Photo source: Design Love Fest; Photo credit: Ivan Solis

Christmas Tree Flowers
Photo source: Design Love Fest; Photo credit: Ivan Solis

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Photo source: Martha Stewart; Photo credit: Katya De Grunwald

Christmas Tree Flowers
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Christmas Tree Flowers
Photo source: Courier-Post; Photo credit: Kyle Grantham

Christmas Tree Flowers
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Christmas Tree Flowers
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Christmas Tree Flowers
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Christmas Tree Flowers
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