I’m so excited today to be part of a Christmas Tree Decor Hop! I can hear my sister’s laughing out loud as they read this. It’s the fourth annual hop hosted by Michelle at Our Crafty Mom. I might not be invited back after seeing last year’s collection but I’m showing up with my cottage style tree.
Be sure to go around and visit all the trees for a virtual Christmas tour, the only kind it looks like we will be getting this year. There are some truly amazing trees. All the links are shared below. There’s a tree for everyone!
Cottage christmas style
I love a large Christmas tree, but the reality is it just doesn’t fit in my house. I have a five-foot tree and it feels the right size to me. What gives it a cottage style is that the ornaments are all smaller scale, they don’t match and they look vintage. I haven’t purchased any Christmas ornaments because my mom gave me a box full of ornaments from childhood.
These ornaments won’t mean much to you, but what I like about them is how clever they are. You can still find these kinds of ornaments on my favorite marketplace for creators, ETSY. Here are some of my favorites.
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Painted Gourds – Here’s a vendor on ETSY that makes adorable painted gourd ornaments with as much detail as this one.
Stuffed Felted Ornaments – I don’t know why we ended up with these mice, but one is a bride and the other is wearing a red cape with a white muff. I just think they are so cute. They remind me of the Rescuers. This ETSY seller has some adorable felted ornaments that are even cuter.
Ornaments With Special Meaning – My family wasn’t that into sports. The only sport we watched growing up was tennis. I found an ETSY seller that makes cycling ornaments made out of recycled bicycle chains. This year I also made a music instrument because we love music and have been using that to help with our Covid blues.
Now it’s time to see all of the other Christmas trees. I hope you enjoy.