A green Christmas tree with green ornaments, beaded garland and green ribbon. A beautiful way to decorate a flocked Pencil tree.
Pencil trees just happen to me my favorite Christmas trees when you live in a smaller space and want multiple trees. This year I went with a green Christmas tree. Using a deep green ribbon and green ornaments to set the theme. I love how the green stands out against the flocked tree.
This flocked pencil tree is from King of Christmas. I bought it on an after Christmas sale a few years back. I love have two Christmas trees in the space. The pencil tree makes a great addition and tucks perfectly into this corner.
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Green Christmas Tree Decorations
Finding dark green decorations was surprisingly easy. The flocked Christmas tree allows the green to pop against the white flocking. These green pinecone ornaments are from Joann’s and these dark green ornaments at Hobby lobby.
I accented the green ornaments with both wooden ornaments and wooden beads. The different colors and textures draw your eye in and compliment the wood and green with gold.
I usually wrap my regular size tree in ribbon but with a pencil tree I don’t love the way it looks. So I cut the ribbon into about foot long strips and tucked them into the tree. It looks great and you would never know the difference. I actually think it looks better.
This ribbon is a beautiful deep green with an interesting pattern. It’s a wired ribbon from Joanns 2.5 inches wide and the roll was about 25 feet. I used less than a roll on this whole tree.
Picking the perfect Christmas tree topper is all about scale. This Kurt Adler tree topper is perfect size for this tree. I am picky when it comes to tree toppers. Mostly because the commercial ones at big box stores tend to be a bit tacky. I usually will try to find something else to repurpose as a tree topper. My main tree I use a star that was a giant ornament I found at a local shop years ago and modified it to become a tree topper. Check out the mirrored star that was a wall hanging that I use on my sunporch tree.
Put a Bird on it
Growing up my parents always had two white doves on their Christmas tree and they were connected by a ring they both were carrying with their beaks. To me every tree I have needs a bird or 12. It’s just something that makes me nostalgic for that family tree. This year I placed this beautiful owl ornament near the top of my tree.
Overall I love the look of this tree and how it accents my main Christmas tree which is teal. Staying with a more monochromatic color palette truly let this tree shine without clashing with my main Christmas tree.