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Traditional Red and Green Christmas Tree

There’s something to be said about a red and green Christmas! This year, I purchased a 9 foot flocked tree. When you don’t have the pleasure of seeing beautiful snow falling gently on your window pane, having a tree with a little snow makes me a happy girl.

The setup was so refreshingly easy. No countless plugs to locate. Insert each section and you’re done! Fluff, add your decorations and then enjoy a cup of hot chocolate as you admire your decorating skills!

Simplicity was key for me this time around so I didn’t use rolls of ribbon and add-on ornaments. Spacing these gorgeous ornaments farther apart, gave room to see more snow covered branches.

I hope your tree trimming was fun!

Below are the links for the beautiful Glacier Fir and the Holiday Glen Ornament Collection from Frontgate.


Hi I am Kellie. My family and I currently live in Georgia. I am a Pinterest enthusiast and blogger who loves to share recipes and decorating tips. Also, a newly empty nester. My favorite things are my camera, curling up to watch a good movie, decorating for the holidays and spending time with my family. I love making new friends and made quite a few here. Jesus is my priority. Let’s get creative together!

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