I use my studio almost daily to create decor for our home, but I've never decorated the studio itself.
I found the tree that I have been using to poke flowers in came from a yard sale several years ago. It is kind of an ugly beige color and didn't have any lights on it, but for $5 it was just what I was looking for.
So the first thing I did was add Christmas greenery stems and picks to cover up most of the beige branches
Then, I tucked a few woodland houses into the tree.....
Flowers, berry's, and red birds came next.....
Then I added Santa's.....
Mushrooms and fern picks
As you can see here, I left some of the beige branches showing thru.
And sat one of my favorite Santa's in my favorite places to sit and read or just relax after a hard day of creating in the studio
Here is how the tree looked before, with my flowers stored in it
Heres how it looked after I removed all the flowers.....you can see what a mess I made doing that!
The tree is so beautiful now. What a wonderful place to create.ReplyDelete
That is beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a clever way to store your flowers! It looks beautiful all decked out for Christmas. JaneReplyDelete
What a beautiful studio you have!ReplyDelete
Your tree is beautiful Penny. The pinks and soft reds with the greenery and beige tree are the perfect color combination. The woodland houses and mushrooms add the perfect touch. Great job! KathyReplyDelete
Everything is lovely, what a beautiful space.ReplyDelete
What a fun tree! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete