So I only have three words for today’s post, PINK.FLOCKED.TREE! Yes, all my pink tree dreams have finally come true. I was asked to be a member of 2015 Treetopia Design Council and to decorate one of their technicolor trees. I chose their Angel Pink Flocked Christmas Tree (because PINK.FLOCKED.TREE), drooled when it arrived and then went to work! I had planned on designing a fun and playful tree (like my whimsical tree or my lumberjack tree), but decided to do something out of my comfort zone. I went a little more formal with my beautiful PINK.FLOCKED.TREE.
Most of the decor items I found at Michaels. I purchased fantastic mint green and baby pink poinsettia flowers to serve as the focal point of the tree design. I just love how the mint green ‘pops’ against the pink. I normally wouldn’t put the two colors together, but the green works beautifully with the flocked pink.
To help fill the tree out I bit, I used both gold and white sprigs and the remainder of the tree was decorated with pearly glass, heavily glittered wreath and snowflake ornaments.
I accented the tree with lots of gold wrapped presents, pink and mint green bottle brush trees and a glass vase full of coordinating ornaments. I love how the tree turned out and love how the pink tree looks in my living room. I may just have to do more ‘formal’ work, more often.
For more tree inspiration, make sure to check out all the trees designed by the 2015 Treetopia Design Team Council:
Jennifer Perkins of Jennifer Perkins
Kara Whitten of A Kailo Chic Life
Michael Wurm of Inspired by Charm
Heather Thoming of Whipperberry
Cassie Freeman of Hi Sugarplum
Jade Harrington of Jaderbomb
Amanda Evanston of Aunt Peaches
Beverly McCullough of Flamingo Toes
Kelli and Kristi Mullins of Lolly Jane
Maggie Holmes of Maggie Holmes Design
Carrie Waller of Dream Green DIY
Heidi Parson of Home by Heidi
Lia Griffith of Lia Griffith
This post was sponsored by Treetopia, but opinions are my own.