Thanksgiving Time with Tree Classics

Sponsored by Tree Classics

Halloween is over and that means Christmas decorations are going up in our house! We aren’t hosting Thanksgiving this year so I don’t feel one bit bad about getting Christmas done early. But if you are hosting and need some ideas on how to decorate – you are in luck just the same!

This week I am joining 5 other bloggers to showcase holiday decor for the Thanksgiving season. It’s ok to mix Christmas decorations with Thanksgiving Time! Pinecones and pine trees go great with both! Here is a list of each days post from these amazing bloggers so you won’t miss one:

Monday: Krissy from Bold Boundless Blonde Blog

Tuesday: Kelly (me!) from City Girl meets Farm Boy Blog

Wednesday: Mary from Selah Pines Farmhouse Blog

Thursday: Lori from My Lovely Texas Home YouTube & Katie from Baker Nest Blog

Friday: Jennifer from Jennifer Lutz at Home Blog

I am so excited to be partnering with Tree Classics for this post. Their products are beautiful and have a great price point. Here is what I used from their website found here:

Kennedy Fir Slim Tree

I needed a slim tree with a pull apart frame and bright lights. This beauty was perfect.

I added some ribbon and sprays I had left over from last year to get me going.

Silver and Gold Ornament Collection

I snagged this set because it came in a 50 pack of assorted styles which I loved. They shipped them in a storage box that I can use over and over. They were just stunning!

Festive Holiday Picks

I wanted alot of texture to my tree so I picked up a set of Snowy Berry Holiday Picks. They are really sturdy and bendable. They looked great with the tree.

Shimmering Snow Tree Skirt

For the final touch I needed a tree skirt to match. The Shimmering Snow skirt went perfect with the mix of gold and silver ornaments. Plus it’s so soft! I loved it.

It only took about about an hour to get this baby up and looking complete. Tree Classics products come so easy to use and I know this will be a beautiful tree for the entire season, as well as many years to come!

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