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Thursday, November 19, 2020

2020 Christmas Trees on Parade!

Welcome to Christmas Tree Lane's annual Christmas Trees on Parade!  I am so happy to be hosting us for the 5th event!  You will see the trees of eight fabulous bloggers, register for their ornament giveaway, and learn a tip for decorating your tree!

If you are like me, you can't get enough Christmas trees!  Here are the events of the past, so go and check them out!

Our First Christmas Trees on Parade 2016

Christmas Trees on Parade 2017

Christmas Trees on Parade 2018

Christmas Trees on Parade 2019

New to this year's event is the Ornament Giveaway!  Here's how it works.  Visit each blogger to see the ornament that they are giving away.  The photo below shows all the different ornaments. Follow their directions and you will be registered to win that ornament!  

My ornament is this cute clear ball filled with natural pinecones and some artificial greens.  My husband and I started camping this year (again!) and this is my homage to our good times.  To register for this ornament, you need to do two things:  Follow me on Pinterest (click the link!) and leave a comment with your email address (so I can contact you if you win!) Last day to enter is Friday, November 27, 2020.

Good luck to everyone who enters!

This year I am sharing with you my wire tree.  I adore wire trees, you can keep them up all year and change out the ornaments seasonally.  For this Christmas, I put the wire tree in my den and decorated it with the hot trend of red/black buffalo plaid.  I am loving this look and thankfully, it was so popular that I was able to get a lot of my decor from Dollar Tree!  You can see the whole room in this post.

I purchased this wire tree in the late 1990s.  I had it in my kitchen and I put gingerbread ornaments on it.  The branches are solid metal.  For this year's tree, I wired on the greenery and bows.  TIP:  Place ornaments on tree before you wire on the greens and bows!

Ornament available from Etsy here:

Ornament purchased from Dollar Tree, set of two

Ornaments available from Amazon here:

Branches available from Amazon here:

I purchased the tree skirt from Etsy here.  It's not made for a wire tree, but when I saw it, I knew I wanted it.  It is so well made, especially for this price.  I used tiny fairy lights that I already owned for the tree, and they are battery-operated.  I go through a set of two batteries a week, and I have the lights on several hours every night.

Wire trees are so fun to have around.  I love the narrow profile because you can tuck them away in small spaces.  You can find some wire trees on Amazon here.  I hope you enjoyed my Red and Black Buffalo Tree!

Hosted by:  Terri at Christmas Tree Lane

T’onna at Sew Crafty Crochet

Lauren at Mom Home Guide

Linda at A Labour of Life

Charlene at Enduring All Things

Nicole at Always Reiding

Shana at Our Sutton Place

Nicole at 4 the Love of Food

Thank you so much for coming to the 2020 Christmas Trees on Parade!  

Be sure and visit each blogger and enter for their ornament giveaway!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

Would you like to comment?

  1. What cute ornaments. I really love that tree too. Thanks for the givewaway.

  2. That's an interesting tree idea. I've actually never seen a wire tree before. I kind of like the simplicity of it.

  3. I can't believe Christmas is just around the corner! We've decided not to put up too many decorations this year so I think your wire tree would be perfectly suited to our minimal theme.

  4. Hi, Terri! I love your tall ornament tree - I could use one! (I have so many ornaments!) Your tree is adorable. It's also so sweet that you and your husband have been having so many fun adventures together!

  5. How cool! My mom has a wire tree as well since her cats kept messing with the regular ones. She likes it much better.

  6. I've never seen a wire tree before but I love the country theme you have designed!

  7. This is such a cute theme! I love camper ornaments. I have a couple of the camper ornaments from the Dollar Tree, too.

  8. This is lovely. I think your ornament is really pretty. I love natural designs.

    1. Winner, winner! Melanie, send me your email so I can send you your ornament!

  9. How lovely is your tree, I love the unique take on it. I have to admit I do love nosing at how other people do their trees up.

  10. These ornaments are super cute! I especially love the one with the tiny pine cones!

  11. Wow,this is so cute. It's kinda space saving and easy to rearrange.

  12. Oh wow! I wanna see Christmas Trees on Parade! I am soo excited! And these ornaments are really cute and wonderful.

  13. They all look great! I didn't know that i can make a Christmas tree out of the wire. I like it simple and what's important afterall is the essence of Christmas. And the Ornaments too they're so cute!

  14. I love everything about this! I can't wait to start decorating for the holidays. I'm waiting til after Thanksgiving though. I absolutely love that tree!

  15. This is such an amazing idea, and the result is outstanding. I love every concept, the design is so mesmerizing.

  16. What an awesome tree! I am in love with buffalo plaid this year. It all looks awesome!

  17. Wow, I've never seen a wire tree before. And, yours is gorgeous. The decorations and the cute tree skirt. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season.

  18. I go camping too and I love this metal tree! Too cute! Have a Merry Christmas!


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