Red And White Flocked Christmas Tree

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If you love using red at Christmas, you’ll love this inspiration for a festive and cheery red and white flocked Christmas tree.

Using red as part of my Christmas decorations is a must for my family and well as myself! The bright and cheery color brings a festive vibe to a space like no other.

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If you’ve been around for a while, you may notice that I have a new Christmas tree in our family room this year. It’s a perfectly shaped, perfectly full, perfectly sized, 7.5 foot flocked beauty.

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When setting this tree up, I had an “aha” moment when it came to doing my least favorite part, which is fluffing the tree. It’s too good not to share, so you can read all about my discovery HERE.

Our previous tree (that we used for several years) was also a gorgeous tree and there was nothing wrong with it, but it had a couple of big issues that I never was exceedingly happy about.

The old tree was 9′ tall, which made it more difficult to decorate and called for more ornaments, etc. to properly fill the tree. I sure did get tired up climbing up and down that ladder every year!

My biggest issue with the tree was that it is a slim tree. I never felt that it properly filled the corner and nothing that I tried gave me the filled-up look I craved.

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Usually I can point to one or two specific things that inspire the decor on my tree every year, but not this go-round. As I was out looking in the stores for inspiration, I ran across some adorable angel wings, in white washed wood and my imagination was immediately sparked!

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Thus was born my color scheme of red, white and natural wood tones. I think that color combination, along with the new tree lead to what I think is one of the prettiest trees I’ve ever had!

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This is the first year that I’ve ever had a “topless” tree! In the past, my trees were always topped with an angel, star or a top filled with all sorts of pretty picks and berries. But this year, I wanted to try something a little different and I must say that I really like it!

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This ribbon that I used is a nice 5″ width, which really pops on the tree and adds lots of personality.

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As you can see, I’m color coordinating my wrapping paper and ribbon this year too.

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You may find it helpful, so here’s my “recipe” for my tree ingredients. Everything is listed in the order that it was added to the tree, but you may also find my post, How To Professionally Decorate A Christmas Tree – Designer’s Step By Step Directions helpful.

My tree is only decorated about 3/4’s of the way around since the back of the tree faces French doors, so if you decorate yours all the way around you’ll need to increase the number of ingredients by 1/4th.

  • 30 pine and red berry picks
  • 6 extra large round red ornaments
  • 6 extra large round white ornaments
  • 12  medium sized neutral ornaments
  • 7 medium sized white ornaments
  • 12 medium sized red ornaments
  • 14 yards wired ribbon
  • 55 novelty/one of a kind ornaments
  • 24 clip-on cardinals

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Happy Christmas tree decorating, my friend!

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  1. Doreen Bednarski says:

    I always admire your trees, but I have to say, this one is outstanding! The fullness really makes a difference and I think the height is perfect. You offer many helpful hints in decorating.
    Blessed holidays!

    1. Thank you so much! It’s one of my favorite trees that I’ve ever decorated. Merry Christmas!

  2. Nancy Carroll says:

    5 stars
    Stunning, as always!! Love your flocked tree!! I’ve always wanted one as well….and it’s going up next week!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Thanks so much for the “recipe” and the how to video. That helps so much! Great job!!

    1. Thank you, girlfriend!! Wish I could come see all of your beautiful Christmas decorations!

      1. Nancy Carroll says:

        Come on over!! 😍

  3. 4 stars
    Love the tree! Please share where you found the items. I really like the natural wood trees and ornaments.

      1. 5 stars
        Thank you! My local Target had these in stock and now so do I. 😁

  4. Calypso in the Country says:

    I always love red at Christmas and your tree is just gorgeous!! Enjoy your weekend!

  5. SylviaHill says:

    Beautiful tree! Why don’t you use some craft brown paper to go with the natural look? Just a suggestion.

    1. Thank you! I think your suggestion is a good one! I actually do have some presents under the tree now that are wrapped with brown craft paper. 🙂

  6. 5 stars
    I LOVE it!!! Beautiful! I have always loved your trees, but this one….WOW!! I want one like that in my house 🙂

    1. You’re so sweet – thank you!

  7. 5 stars
    The pictures are always very beautiful and the commentary on all aspects are very descriptive. I look forward to seeing what’s next.

  8. janeinbama says:

    Love your tree. Can you post a link for it? I had a live frosted tree last year and loved it

    1. It came from At Home, so I’m sorry, but I don’t have a link for it.

  9. Where did you find your ribbon?

  10. LOVED your decorations this year!!! Thank you so much for sharing and for inspiring me!!! Blessings to you and yours.

    1. Thank you so much, Vanessa! I’m glad you found some inspiration. Merry Christmas!

  11. Hi, may I ask where you got the extra large red and white big ball ornaments and what size they are? Also info on the red and white stripped ribbon you used please.
    I like what you picked out. Very beautiful decor. Thank you in advance.


    1. Thank you! Both the red and white ornaments and the red and white ribbon came from At Home. The ornaments are currently in storage, but I believe they are 4″ – 5″ in diameter. The ribbon is 4″ wide.

  12. Your tree is gorgeous! And your post is so helpful. Thank you for all the ornament info.

  13. Your decor is beautiful, thank you so much for sharing your “recipe” with the tree decor-It is good to know how much it takes to make a tree look beautiful!