This year I quickly realized that my growing Pandora Ornament Collection was getting big enough to justify it’s own special spot. These particular ornaments are sentimental to me since they represent a love that is near and dear to my heart... so I didn’t want to put them on my regular Christmas tree to get lost in the shuffle.
Instead I started to think of all the different ways I could display them… and along the way I met a few other ladies who shared their favorite Pandora ornament displays!
Of course, you could display any ornament collection (not just Pandora) and it would be just as beautiful! If you’re looking for other Christmas Tree ideas I’ve got you covered!
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It’s Day 10 and we are sharing our Christmas Trees!!
Supplies for Rose Gold Ornament Tree:
Rose Gold Spray Paint
Wooden Tree Slice
Here is my little rose gold Christmas tree with my growing Pandora collection! Luckily this is a quick and easy project (as far as decorating Christmas trees goes!).
I simply ordered a Christmas Ornament Tree off of Amazon and spray painted it rose gold. The rose gold pops beautifully against the white porcelain of the ornaments and matches the rest of the decor in the room.
Of course, because the porcelain is quite heavy I decided to add a wooden base to my tree… to protect it from falling over. In order to do this I added a hefty tree ring to the base and drilled holes on either side of the little feet.
Then I used jute to tie each little foot to the wooden base… trust me y’all. This is a couple of extra steps and ensures that my tree won’t tip over (or be knocked over by a cat!) once all of the ornaments are in place.
I absolutely love how my little Christmas tree turned out… I think it displays my ornaments perfectly.
Of course, if you’re looking for a few more creative ways to display your ornament collections here are a few of my favorites!
Small Christmas Tree:
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[…] Don’t just buy generic ornaments from shops and hope that displaying them will make your home feel unique. You’ve got to make sure that everything you’re putting up in your home has a little part of you in it. Things that have been important to you in your life – first musical instruments, accoutrements from school or college, et cetera – would make excellent ornaments for your house. If you don’t have anything like this, then there’s never been a better time to start a collection! […]