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Jen’s Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for 2015

December 24th, 2015

 

Decorated Kennedy Fir 2015 1_1

 
This is my third year decorating the Kennedy Fir, and it’s one of my favorites! It is so realistic and great for a tight space, and always looks elegant displayed in our living room!
 
Last year, I decorated my classic Kennedy Fir with blue and gold for a timeless look. For this year, I decided to go a little sparkly, or rustic glam as I like to call it. This means a lot of gold and glitter all over the tree!

Rustic Glam Woodsy Ornaments
 

Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree – Rustic Glam Woodsy Ornaments
My sparkling deer head and bird animal ornaments

 
My gold deer heads and glass bird ornaments look elegant against the classic green needles of the tree. They also give off a woodland appeal to match the rustic theme!
 
Glittered Decorations
 

Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree – Glittered Ornaments
These glittered star, pinecones, and letter adds sparkle to the tree!

 
I put sparkly wooden stars and glitter-covered pinecones to add glamour to the display, and included glitter-covered letters for a more personal touch.
 
Black and White Check Tree Topper
 

Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree – Black and White Check Tree Topper
I made a black and white check ribbon bow for my tree topper!

 
I accented the tree with white and black buffalo check (a leftover from my spring wreath), and then found some more on sale at Michael’s. So happy!
 
ScentSicles
 

Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree – ScentSicle Ornaments
My Fir ScentSicles for the tree!

 
ScentSicles are scented ornaments that can be put on your tree. Mine is fir-infused (matches my tree), so I added a couple for a fresh scent!
 
Tree Stand and Crate
 

Decorated Kennedy Fir Artificial Christmas Tree – Complete decoration for the tree
My decorated tree complete with tree skirt, stand, and crate for added height

 
To give the tree a bit of height, I placed it on a crate that I found at an antique show last spring. Then, I covered it up with a yard of gray and white checked fabric from Ikea.
 
I love sitting in front of this tree every morning with a cup of coffee, and really had fun decorating this tree for the third time! If you want more design ideas, check out this decorated flocked tree!

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