Christmas Tree Decorating with Consumer Crafts

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Is it too early to start thinking about how to decorate my Christmas tree? I usually wait until late Thanksgiving night to pull out all the decorations so my kids can come down the next morning to a magical Christmas house! (I know that’s a little dramatic but it’s so fun!) I thought I’d get a jump on my decorating this year by combining it with a review of some products from Consumer Crafts.   Last year, I grabbed a 7 foot pre-lit tree, for my entryway, when it was on sale and cannot wait to put it up and decorate it. When I thought of how I could decorate it, a few things came to mind: Gold, animals, bells and snowflakes. My kids LOVE animals, so I thought it would be really fun to put them all over this tree.

Check out these cute animals at Consumer Crafts(I thought they are such wintery animals they would be perfect). I won’t be leaving them like this, but will be spray painting them gold. Won’t they be pretty?!


I loved these glittery snowflakes:

How cute would these bells be to make a garland to drape around the tree?

And I love this sweet little nativity to stick with the gold theme:

I haven’t used much gold around my house before, so I am kind of excited to see how it makes everything pop!

Consumer Crafts will be having doorbusters starting on Black Friday that will continue through the weekend and end on Cyber Monday when the entire site will be 30% off! If you are a US resident you can order online. If you live outside the US, no worries, simply call in and order.

 

Head over and take a look at all of their fun crafty goodness. What would you use to decorate YOUR Christmas tree?

Visit Consumer Crafts here: facebook//twitter//Crafts Unleashed blog (for inspiration)

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