Christmas tree is a must to decorate in the festive holiday, and it is never wrong to have as much inspiration as possible for winter wonderland Christmas decorations to welcome the big day. The point is to spark your creativity widely while keeping on the old-fashioned ideas for winter wonderland Christmas tree insight. The wintry theme is ideally related to classic but eye-catching ornaments to adorn the whimsical tree in your space.
Here is our recommendation on winter wonderland Christmas tree ideas.
Snowy Branches and Twigs
Who says that you can’t bring the real snow for your winter wonderland Christmas tree decorations? Of course, you can, for sure. Take some branches and twigs from your backyard and give the touch of snow and put them strategically to adorn your Christmas tree. You can also give the snow touch all over your Christmas tree if you want to showcase more sensation for the winter wonderland theme.
Frosted twigs, snowflake ornaments, and twig balls—that’s all you need to create a winter wonderland Christmas tree. Use snow flock for a finishing touch to add a snow effect to the tree.
You can decorate your Christmas tree with branches that have some leaves on it to create a fresher look. Attach fairy lights to give more sparks and luminosity to the room.
Another idea to use twigs for your Christmas tree decoration is to create these star ornaments. Don’t forget to also give the snow touch to it.
Hanging Crochet Stars + Snowy Pinecones
Crochet ornaments are everyone’s favorite, and you can make some for your winter decorations that’ll beautify your Christmas tree. Make some crochet items with the touch of the winter wonderland theme, like stars or reindeer. You can also give the touch of snow onto pinecones for additional ornaments. Simply hang them on your Christmas tree.
Crochet stars can be a beautiful decoration for your Christmas tree. There are various kinds and shapes of crochet stars you can choose. It doesn’t have to be white, but make sure it’s visible between other ornaments.
You can also hang this deer crochet on your Christmas tree. There are many other options too like candy cane shape, Santa’s head, snowflakes, etc.
This idea is a brilliant way to add pinecones to your Christmas tree. Usually, you attach them on the tree, now you can just put it in a crochet pouch like this one and hang it.
Lovely Ribbon and Beads
Ribbon and beads are your forever adorable decorations. Pick some ribbon and beads with the typical winter wonderland colors, e.g. white, silver, gold or red. Have your ribbon tucked and curled strategically on your Christmas tree and stick your beads on some focal points.
This idea is really simple but beautiful. You just have to thread beads between ribbon, add a bow, and hang it on your Christmas tree. For addition, thread beads onto a really long yarn or wire and wrap it around the tree.
You can also create a Christmas tree shape out of colorful beads and ribbons. Alternate using patterned ribbon or different shapes of beads as you like.
Choose golden beads and ribbon for a more glamorous Christmas tree. However, you need to have the rest all the decoration in gold too or other bright neutral colors to emphasize the theme.
Sparkly Ornaments + Mercury Glass Star
Another idea for winter wonderland Christmas tree can be done by adding more sparkly ornaments and the classic one: a mercury glass star. Grab your glitter and do DIY paper projects with it. They can certainly be winter-related, like reindeer or snowflakes. The last but not least, have your mercury glass ready, set it on top of your Christmas tree and have a magnificent winter wonderland Christmas tree in your space!
These days you can find mercury glass ornaments in various colors, shapes, and texture. This red and white mercury glass ornaments look so sweet on this flocked Christmas tree with berry accent.
This Christmas tree sure will be the main attention in your house. It really is a winter wonderland, but that’s not all …
See how beautifully sparkling this Christmas tree is at night. Gorgeous, right?
See, it is easy to go for these winter wonderland Christmas tree ideas. Try some and give it a go!