I am so excited to share with you my Christmas tree and my easy peasy string tag ornaments!
The inspiration for my tree this year came from Country Living and Pottery Barn. Pretend the first two trees had some fun under the mistletoe and produced the A2Z love child tree !
I kept the color palette to silver and white this year and used dollar store snowflake ornaments, mercury glass ornaments, my faux capiz garland, and a ton of string tag photo ornaments!
All of the photos on my tree were taken by LeighKm Photography this past August. I haven’t had a chance to do a gallery wall with all of my photos, so I thought it would be fun to do a gallery tree! I bought the string tags at Staples, but you can find them at any office supply store. I sized all of my pictures to fit the tags, printed them out, and attached them to the tag using spray adhesive. To add some bling, I brushed on some Martha Stewart Glitter Medium.
The tree complements the rest of the Christmas decorations beautifully. Look at how nicely the paperwhites look with the dining room in the background.
Just a fun bokeh picture because I finally can with my new camera!
These ornament picture tags would also make great Christmas tags for your presents! (I love this one with Zephan all lit up by the twinkle light shining behind it.)
And here are my little A and Z next to the A2Z tag.
How about a close-up? I ink distressed the edge of the tag, added some stickers from my stash, and created the “2″ using Martha Stewart Sparkle Texture and a number stencil.
For my star, I used an old Pier 1 ornament that was previously gold and spray painted it silver. And did you notice that cute tree skirt? I’ll tell you more about it in another post, but it was 100% inspired by Marian and her HGTV.com tutorial. It’s so pretty and easy to make!
Thanks for visiting me! Be sure to link up to the Christmas mantel party if you haven’t already and you might also want to enter the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Giveaway while you’re here! Linking up with Tatertots & Jello.