Our Rustic Green Christmas Tree

I put up our usual white tree this year which you can see here. But I also had an itch to get a traditional green tree too. 

So I searched every store and finally found this beautiful mixed tip tree for half price at Spotlight. 

I decided to go with a very neutral theme, with a few gold baubles thrown in to balance everything out. 

I made the white paper folded circular decorations last night. Super easy. 

I also made the fabric baubles a few years back. The white bells are new. 

The reindeer ornaments are new. The stars I made myself with fabric and burlap. And the clear baubles filled with white tinsel I also made.

The paper ornament on the left I made a few nights ago. 

 The clay angel and tree ornaments I made with my son yesterday. It was a fun project for us both.

The clumps of white flowers I got for half price. I had the metal hearts from a few years ago. I also had the pine cones and pine cone flowers from a few years ago also.

The birds and glitter stars were also from my Christmas stash.

My white tree has gone to the sun room and the new green one will stay in the lounge room.

I can't decided whether to put a topper on or leave it. I think it looks cute without. What do you think?
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  1. I think it looks beautiful! I like the tree without a topper too, it's such a cool looking tree =)


  2. Love the simplicity of this tree-great job!

  3. It's totally dreamy!!! Featuring you tomorrow!!! XO, Aimee - ItsOverflowing.com

    1. Aww, thanks Amimee! Happy Christmas! x Julie


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