What can I do with all those boxes that are now heavy with 'everyday' decor....two choices....tote them back out to the studio. Or, a better choice, stack them to make a unique Christmas tree.
I stacked them on and around the three tiered Duncan Phyfe table that was already sitting in front of the window in the family dining room.
The tree topper for my decorative box tree is a free standing metal Christmas tree. The tag that is clipped to my metal tree came from the currant Christmas edition of Daphne's Diary.
I created mini vignettes on the lids of some of my decorative boxes.
My reindeer is pulling a sled with an ombre tree on it.....
I named this vignette....."Elk and Bambi"
I tucked glittery greenery under....on.....and around my boxes
I added Christmas prints to some of my boxes.....(you can find this one on my Pinterest board.....Print it)
I named this vignette.....Mama and baby
Most of my deer came from Hobby Lobby and I didn't find them in the Christmas section! They are in an isle back kinda by the framing area. There are also lots of other animals there....cows....dogs.....pigs....all kinds!
I have a few Santa's scattered around and on my tree......
This Santa dressed in pink is one of my favorites.....
The other two Santa's are dressed in white.....
Santa surrounded by flowers.....
I bought the pale green glittered fern at Michaels a couple of years ago....wish they still carried it!
I named this vignette .....Santa and his Moose
I have been wrapping presents on the family dining room table.....looks pretty bare without even a Christmas centerpiece on it!
To carry on my Reindeer themed Decorative box Christmas tree, I placed a pillow in the nearby chair with a reindeer on it.
Have Cupid.....now I need to find a pillow with a print of Rudolph on it!
If you have any secrets about how to store holiday decor....please share with a comment!