The Creative Christmas Tree Style

Full Light Christmas Tree
If you love an overly decorated tree (or your kids do like ours), the you can go all out to where you don’t even see the tree anymore.

The most common element to most Christmas trees are the Christmas lights. Tree lights are strands of small light bulbs that come in white or multicolored. Some stores will even carry strands of specific colors. Lights become very versatile and can be used to match your personal style. They can be draped however you want and can be set to blink at different speeds or to just light up all together.

The lights can really begin to set the mood of your entire tree. Right up there with the traditional lights are the Christmas tree ornaments. While all ornaments will hang from your tree branches with ornament hooks, string or yarn, this is about all they have in common.

Ornaments come in every shape and size imaginable and have come a long way since your grandmother was decorating her tree. While you will still find many ball shaped ornaments in the traditional red, green, gold or silver, you can also find just about any color under the sun. Along with color, you will find creative shapes and ornaments with Christmas messages or pictures on them.

Now that the Christmas tree itself has been selected, it is time to decorate and design. There are multiple ways that someone can design their Christmas tree and this should be viewed on the opportunity to place a bit of personal style and flair on the holiday season. With this in mind, there are several ways that people can design their Christmas tree.

Full Light Christmas Tree

Full Light Christmas Tree
If you love an overly decorated tree (or your kids do like ours), the you can go all out to where you don’t even see the tree anymore.

The Ribbon Garland Christmas Tree

The Ribbon Garland Christmas Tree
This is where the ribbon garland tree can come in handy. Take ribbon garland and wrap the tree in red, green, and gold. Combine this with a variety of other Christmas ornaments and the tree is complete.

White Light Tree

White Light Tree
Most people opt for several colors but another Christmas tree decorating strategy is to go with an all white tree (not to be confused with a white “winter wonderland” tree as shown below).

The Blue Christmas Tree

The Blue Christmas Tree
There’s something tranquil and pristine about a blue-oriented Christmas tree like the one above.

The Candy Christmas Tree

The Candy Christmas Tree
Think about using candy canes, lollipops, or other types of classic candy which act as ornaments. Of course, families with children should be careful not to let their kids devour the tree ahead of time! Anyone who is having trouble getting the candy to stay on the tree should simply poke a small hole in the package. Then, use a paperclip to hang the candy!

The Winter Wonderland Christmas Tree

The Winter Wonderland Christmas Tree
This is another popular Christmas tree decorating style. Make the tree the focal point of the room by placing some white cotton or a white rug underneath the tree. Then, hang a variety of ornaments from the tree such as snowmen, snowflakes, mittens, and more! While the winter wonderland Christmas tree is more popular in areas of the country that have a white Christmas, it can be used in a variety of settings. Try placing a snowflake on top of the tree as well!

The Classic Christmas Tree

The Classic Christmas Tree
The classic Christmas tree is about as straightforward as it gets. In this style, individuals and families hang a variety of lights and ornaments on the tree. There are multiple colors and styles of lights ranging from white lights to colored lights and even lights that alternate in a pattern.

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