The Christmas tree is finally up and decorated. It took me a while since the kids wanted to help I was re-arranging as we went since my daughter puts ornaments wherever. My son was pulling off the ribbon as soon as I put it up. Out of frustration, the tree sat for a week with just ribbon.
In years past I have done a gold and silver tree and a blue and silver tree. This year, I combined all three colors of gold, silver, and blue.
I used the collection of ornaments I already had. The only new thing I bought was the ribbon from Dollar Tree. It's off white with gold stripes down the center.
In recent years, I've started using a ribbon bow as a topper instead of a star or angel.
I started with gold and silver round ornaments and added the blue ones at the end since I just wanted a pop of color. They are an assortment of shiny, matte, glittered, and ribbed from Garden Ridge and Walmart. I love the large gold stars from Dollar Tree.
There are also gold and blue glittered snowflakes. Each of us have a glittered monogram as well.
I love the three colors together.
So glad this is done. With the trimming of the tree comes lots of glitter on the floor. Hooray!
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