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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Decorating for Christmas with Bottle Brush Trees

This year, I have a new Christmas Decor Crush:  Bottle Brush Trees!

Whether they're dyed, flocked, sprinkled with glitter, or adorned with tiny trinkets, these miniature trees are perfect for creating enchanting little 'winter wonderland' displays around your home.

Today, I'm sharing 12 ideas for creating your own charming Christmas vignette using bottle brush trees:

It's so easy it is to create a sweet and simple Christmas display with these lovely little trees!

Do you have a new Christmas 'Decor Crush' that you're including in this year's holiday decorating?

~ Wendi ~ xo

8 Reader Comment(s):

Stacy Curran said...

I really love those in the globes and under the cloche. Very beautiful!!

Designed by Nature said...

How pretty!! I can't pick a favorite, they're all just lovely!! I love miniatures, and these trees are remind me of when I was a little girl. Thank you so much for sharing, Wendi!!
- Bunny xox

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Wendi, these are great! I've always loved the creamy, white ones! They look so pretty paired with silver!

Anonymous said...

I love these little trees! I want to create my own winter scene now. Thanks for the inspiration, Wendi!

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

I have 5 bottle brush trees that I bought 10+ years ago and still pull them out every year. One word of caution...they will attack any soft material they get near so don't store them with fuzzy, fluffy tree skirts:)

Infuse With Liz said...

I do love them too! Mine are just cheapies. I love tht tray with the multiple sized and colored ones! So cute! I did do a centerpiece for my kitchen table that has a cloche and bottle brush tree in it. I haven't shown it yet though!

Leslie said...

Hi Wendi,

These trees are just lovely. I have some too and like to group them in threes. The silver are my favorite.

Enjoy your day.


Carolyn@Sweet Chaos said...

Those are so cute! Love them in the apothecary jar and under the cloche.

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