Do you use an artificial tree or cut a real tree for Christmas? Through the years, we have had both. Decorating multiple trees is always a highlight for me. Get ready, because today is Day 3 in the 10 Days of Christmas and it’s all about easy ways to decorate a festive Christmas tree! I promise, you’ll be inspired!

If you missed yesterday’s post we celebrated front porch and outdoor decorating ideas!

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10 Days of Christmas

A Traditional Christmas Tree With Simple Classic Decor

When it comes to Christmas decor, I am pretty much a traditional gal. I love the classic red, green, and gold that comes with the holiday. Today I am sharing with you A Traditional Christmas Tree With Some Simple Classic Decor.

Call me old fashioned, but the colors and traditions of Christmas past give me so much joy!

I can’t be the only one, right?

How To Build A Wood Christmas Tree Using Shiplap|The Ponds Farmhouse

You will love this step-by-step tutorial on How to Build a Wood Christmas Tree using reclaimed shiplap boards, shared by Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse.

This is an easy project to create a unique farmhouse-style tree. There’s no need to worry if you don’t have reclaimed wood because she shares how you can age new wood at the end of this tutorial.

How to Make Architectural Salvage Christmas Ornaments|Robyn’s French Nest

Add unique character and texture to your Christmas tree with this easy tutorial for making ornaments with vintage architctural salvage pieces. You can also use them for gift tags and DIY garlands!

Bonus: you don’t have to worry about breaking them!

How To Decorate The Perfect Christmas Tree|She Gave It A Go

Have you ever wanted the kind of Christmas tree that takes people’s breath away but haven’t known where to start? Lights. Ornaments. Ribbon. Tree-toppers. Brendt from She Gave It A Go is sharing How To Decorate The Perfect Christmas Tree.

Merry (early) Christmas because in this guide you will learn how easy it is to do with her 5 expert tree decorating tips!

Simple DIY Star Shaped Pinecone Ornaments|The Tattered Pew

My buddy Kelly from The Tattered Pew is sharing the cutest DIY Christmas Ornaments!

Follow her simple tutorial for star shaped pinecone ornaments. This craft is a great way to to get kids involved during the holidays!

I’ll be making some of these will my granddaughter!

Handmade Ornament Christmas Tree|Thistlewood Farms

Decorating a Christmas tree doesn’t have to be expensive. My good friend KariAnne from Thistlewood Farms is sharing some easy and inexpensive DIY Ornaments to decorate a tree on a budget.

You gotta love budget friendly!!

How to Make Easy Wood Bead Ornaments|Simply 2 Moms

Anne & AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms are teaching us How to Make Easy Wood Bead Ornaments with their easy to follow steps. The best part? You can either stain or paint your ornaments to match your Christmas aesthetic.

This is such a pretty ornament and one you can create with your family or gal pals!

17 Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas|Bricks ‘n Blooms

Looking for ways to decorate your Christmas tree? Stacy from Bricks ‘n Blooms teaches us how to decorate your tree with a rustic farmhouse touch plus see 17 more different Christmas tree decorating ideas.

How To Decorate A Natural & Neutral Christmas Tree|Cottage on Bunker Hill

My good friend Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill makes the most amazing ornaments!

She is sharing her natural and neutral Christmas tree. It’s decorated with lots of whites and brown shades along with ornaments made from natural elements like wood and metals.

Day 3 – Easy Ways To Decorate A Festive Christmas Tree

Whether you are ready to get your tree up early or not, I hope you have all the inspiration you need!

Tomorrow is Day 4 of the 10 Days of Christmas. We will be sharing all of our table setting ideas! My favorite thing to create!

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  1. Beautiful trees! Full of inspiration. Having holidays in a new location. Planning a different style than my annual traditional tree. Love the links.

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