Colorful Christmas Tree Centerpiece

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Colorful Christmas Tree Centerpiece

Blog land is just full of Christmas inspiration, diy projects, and Christmas decor.  Guess who still has pumpkins on her mantle?  This girl!  I just can’t bring myself to pop the box on the Christmas tree until after Thanksgiving…call me crazy!

With that being said… I know it isn’t even Thanksgiving yet, but I am joining with some of my color loving blogging buddies to bring you some colorful Christmas inspiration.  One little Christmas project won’t blow Thanksgiving, right?

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I know these talented ladies will inspire you to get decorating as soon as the last dish is dried and put away after Thanksgiving, so don’t forget to visit each on of them at the end of this post!

Until just a few days ago, I had no idea what I was going to do for this little get together.  Then this past weekend while strolling the isles of our local Meijer, I saw my inspiration and this project was born!

Don’t forget to pin for later!

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

 

It was super easy to make, minus the glue gun burns to my finger tips (note to self, wear a glove next time) and I am going to share the easy tutorial with you.

Supplies needed

Making your colorful Christmas Tree Centerpiece

  1. Cut ribbon to lengths of 5 1/2 inches
  2. Fold in half and secure with a dot of glue
  3. Decide on your pattern and start gluing.
  4. As each row progresses up the form make sure to put the new row centered in between the ribbons of the previous row.

See?  I told you it was easy!  A few notes to keep in mind

  • buy enough ribbon…who knew that 5 yards of ribbon isn’t 15 feet?  Yep, this girl!
  • after securing your ribbon with the dot of glue, use a flat iron (yes, a flat iron.  Necessity is the master of invention) to iron it flat if you don’t want the silhouette of the tree rounded and puffy.  Once on the form just use your flat iron to give it a little flip on the ends…just like a hair style 😉

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Easy DIY Christmas tree decor for anywhere in your home. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Such a fun project!  Now I want to make some more, what colors would you use?  Would you opt for traditional colors and would try something colorful like this one?  I would love to hear what you think in the comments below.

Don’t forget to visit all the inspirational projects at the links below!

The Colorful Christmas Blog Hop

Easy Ornament Updates | Small Home Soul
Birch Wood Sign Holiday Decor | Welcome to the Woods
Christmas Lamp Shades | Dixie Delights
Colorful Wood Slice Christmas Tree | Anika’s DIY Life
Pottery Barn Inspired Christmas Napkin Ring | The Chelsea Project
Colorful Christmas Tree Centerpiece | Pearl Street Designs

Colorful Christmas decor diy inspiration. www.pearlstreetdesigns.com

Until next time,

Susanne

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10 Comments

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    Susie
    November 17, 2017 at 11:30 am

    Oh I’m diggin the flat-ironed center piece. 🙂 It has a regal pagoda look that would look great with chinoiserie decor. But I love the puffy version, too! It’s so fun and flirty! So happy to get two versions in one tutorial. I’ll be making these!! Thanks so much for sharing. XOXO ~~ Susie from The Chelsea Project

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    Toni | Small Home Soul
    November 17, 2017 at 11:55 am

    So cute, and so smart to double up the ribbon. The colors you chose are beautiful, and that trick to curl them….brilliant. I would not have thought of that 😉

    Thanks for joining our first Colorful Blogger Blog Hop, it was so fun to see everyone’s creativity come to life!

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    Anika
    November 17, 2017 at 1:52 pm

    I love the idea!! I especially love the colors and pattern you picked!! Flat ironing them was such a great idea. I originally thought it was cardstock when I saw the picture! will make a fun project to make with my little girl!

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    Melissa Woods
    November 17, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    So unique and colorful! I think this would be a fun project to try with my kids.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Melissa

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    Stacey
    November 17, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    This is so cute!! Love the colors.

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    Amanda
    November 17, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    That is so cute. I love the black gingham in there!

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    SimpleDecoratingTips.com
    November 30, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    This is darling! and a flat iron… who knew?! 🙂 Liz

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      skstewart1220@hotmail.com
      November 30, 2017 at 11:05 pm

      Thank you Liz!! There was no way I was going to try to iron those little strips of ribbon with my clothes iron, lol!! Plus they wouldn’t have ended up with that little flip (I use to be a hairdresser 😉 )

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    Mother of 3
    December 13, 2017 at 6:31 pm

    That is so cute! I would never have thought to use a flat iron; that’s genius! Pinned.

    • Reply
      skstewart1220@hotmail.com
      December 13, 2017 at 6:35 pm

      Thank you Joanne! And thanks so much for pinning 🙂 The flat iron trick evolved out of necessity…no way was I going to try to iron all those pieces of ribbon with my clothes iron, I doubt my fingers would have survived it, lol!!

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