What a beautiful Christmas tree! Natural elements and neutral ornaments make this winter woodland tree simple and gorgeous | maisondepax.com
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handmade Christmas card from First Hand Emotion … forest of stamped and die cut trees … snowy elements .. kraft, olive and vanilla … Stampin Up!
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Bring in natural elements like silk flowers and some eucalyptus branches for a fresh look on your artificial Christmas tree. (sponsored)
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An easy way to add natural elements into your Christmas decor, build a rustic Christmas Tree from pallets or barn wood + tutorial.
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Create a magical ambiance this Christmas with décor pieces that add warmth and elegance to your space. Try mixing rustic, warm woods with sleek, cool marble and glass elements to strike the perfect balance. Add whimsy with dewdrop lights—they provide a soft, twinkling glow in hurricanes, around wreaths, along the mantel or as decorative strands.
- June 9, 2017
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Opt for a frosted tree. A snowy-looking tree will complement other classic farmhouse elements like shiplap, distressed wood, and galvanized accessories.
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Step up your Christmas decor game by mixing in a few charmingly classic elements. Soft textures, like throw pillows and faux-fur throws, keep the living room cozy, while pops of blue in the plaid pillow and ornaments on the tree are an unexpected touch that keeps traditional feeling fresh and new. Don’t forget to mix fresh and faux greenery for a fragrant (and lasting) festive feel.
- June 9, 2017
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when Carnival season arrives on January 6th, Christmas-y ornaments are removed, lights are kept on, purple, green, and gold elements are add… http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/the-festivities-continue-mardi-gras-trees-198967
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