My Home Style- Christmas Tree Edition

Updated: Nov 17

Welcome to my very first My Home Style 'Christmas Tree Edition' blog hop. I'm super excited to join a group of amazing bloggers as we take you on a tour of our Christmas trees and our holiday decor. A big shoutout to Stephanie over at Casa Watkins Living for putting this all together for the past 7 years and for those who are new to me from Kathy over at Up To Date Interiors, welcome to MochaGirl Place. I hope I will inspire you to step out of your comfort zone and try new things. I'm big on color, I love to DIY stuff and I'm a plant whisperer who can help you with all things plants. So without further adieu, let me show you what I created for my Christmas trees this year.



If I were to describe my home style it would be-


EARTHY. MoCLECTIC. BOHEMIAN.


I'm all about nature. My home is a representation of my culture, my family history and the places I've lived and spots I've travelled to. "MoClectic" means a eclectic vibe with some modern touches and this year my tree (not one tree but 3!!) has a very earthy, boho eclectic vibe. I thought outside the box and came up with doing shades of brown trees. I also wanted to use natural elements as well so most of my ornaments are dried florals and some easy DIY ornaments. I think they all turned out great!! Take a look~



I also used my array of colored Pampas grass as tree toppers!














I found bags of unscented potpourri and glued floral wrapped wire to turn them into ornaments.












Brown Christmas trees are VERY hard to find, but I did manage to find one through Amazon and the other 2, I spray painted.












I created so easy no- sew ornaments using scrap fabric from Spoonflower. You can find out how I made them here.













Overall, I think my trees turned out great and I encourage you to find your OWN sense of style and not follow the norm. Hopefully I've inspired you to take that leap-


NOW, next up on the Christmas Tree Blog Hop is my friend Kate over at Kate Decorates. Check out the magic she created with her Christmas trees here.


Until next time,







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