Today's post will feature how to make a Christmas tree topper suited just for you. When recently decorating my Christmas tree, I decided that this year, I would try something other than a traditional topper. First, I chose a color scheme. The theme of my tree is blue and silver, so I purchaed a few items here and there keeping that in mind.
I built a platform of ribbon and tulle in the coordinating colors. I folded the tulle and ribbon in a fan-like fashion.
As a foundation, I used this silver spray
I attached the spray to the tree. Then I placed the darker ribbon. On top of it, I set the light blue tulle.
Next, on the platform, I placed this star ornament.
At the bottom of the platforn, I added a silver bell ornament.
Using different textures and pieces assures your Christmas tree topper will not only be different, but a one-of-a-kind in just your style! To see this topper in my completed Christmas décor, visit the post in my blog Parsimonious Décor Darling by clicking here.
Silver spray topper and star; both, HomeGoods
Dark ribbon and silver bells, $99¢ Store
Tulle, from my local thrift
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