Oh what a week, we have all been ill. So roll on Friday as this weekend is Christmas Tree Weekend.
We are spending Christmas in London this year creating our own traditions that the girls will hand down to their families.
I have a great affinity with Christmas. Rose Bay was born on the 21st in the snowiest day that London had seen for twenty years. She was the best Christmas present I could have wished for.
It was our first Christmas in London, and our first tree together. Slightly on the sparse side but we didn’t mind.
That was 4 Christmas days ago, so our tree now has lots more baubles and homemade treasures to go on it which my little Christmas present four years ago now loves to decorate.
Although this year I am taking the dressing of the tree a bit more seriously. So I have been searching around for some inspiration for our fifth Christmas tree.
How To Style Your Tree
Keeping it Neutral
I love the simplicity of this one. My favourite touch is the pine cones stacked at the bottom of the tree.
A Table Top Tree
Perfect for the flat dwellers among us.
For the Christmas Table
I love this, am going to attempt one this weekend with my stash of spray paint.
For your Little Ones
So when I have my dream house with its own nursery, this will be the tree I do for the girls.
A Simple Colour Theme
Super simple, I love how this tree looks like it has been kissed by Jack Frost.
Christmas Tree Shopping
|Snowy Critter, £16, Anthropologie.|
|Christmas Mini, £6, John Lewis.|
|Christmas Frog, £7.95, Liberty of London.|
|Partytime Bulldog Bauble , £19.95, Liberty of London.|
|Festive Jack Russell, £12, Not on the Highstreet.|
|Personalised Baubles, £8, Not On the Highstreet.|
|Hells Polar Bears, £8, Paperchase.|
|Pretty Pug, £6.50, Paperchase.|
|Sequin Disco Bauble, £,2 Paperchase.|
Ho, Ho, Ho,
I am so excited.
Look out for the finished tree this weekend,
London Mum x