A rustic, charming Christmas Tree, covered in rusty and galvanized ornaments.
It probably sounds too early to put up the Christmas tree. It probably IS too early. But in order to add some cheer, some of my blogging friends and I decided to set up our trees and share them with you all.
This post is part of a Festive Christmas celebration. Find our more about that here, or keep scrolling to see my Rustic Christmas Tree.
Welcome back to year 6 of our Festive Christmas Event where we team up with a bunch of talented blogging friends to bring you a plethora of creative ways to celebrate your holiday season.
We will be baking some cookie recipes for you, sharing some party games, making some handmade gifts, doing some ornament crafting, and sharing our Christmas movies family fun. There will be breakfast recipes and as always our decorated Christmas Trees which is always a fun tour of homes.
New this year is Gift Guides (check out this Educational Gift Guide for Elementary Kids or this Gift Guide for Homesteaders or this Gift Guide for the Craft Lover or this Chicken Lady Gift Guide). We are right there with you shopping from home due to Covid 19, and we understand how hard that can be so we have been busy little Elves doing tons of research to create fabulous Gift Guides to help you with your holiday shopping.
What a crazy year this has been, right? I think we’re all a little ready for an early Christmas.
In fact, I went to get some leaves for a Thanksgiving project, and at both stores I went to they already had all their fall stuff clearanced out, and only Christmas stuff out. Kind of early for that!
I was at the thrift store the other day, and came across a box of adorable ornaments that I just had to use this year. They’re miniature pitchers, buckets, tin cups, and flour sifters.
I paired them with rusty jingle bells and stars, and I love how it turned out. A perfectly rustic Christmas tree.
Last year we got a free Christmas tree permit, but this year we put up a fake tree.
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Unfortunately, since they came from a thrift store, I’m having a hard time finding the exact same thing online, but here are some that look similar.
The flour sifter looks just like this one from Factory Direct Craft. Here are some cute tin buckets, similar mine, and these tin cups look the same. Here are some similar jingle bells. Here’s some ribbon similar to what I used. Here’s another.
If you want to check out more fun Christmas trees, you’ll want to look through the ones my friends posted:
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