A Very Country {Western} Christmas Tree.

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Although we decorate with a variety of ornaments…our Christmas tree always has a western feel. I can’t help it. I was born in the wrong state…I should have been a cowgirl. 😉

One thing that I love to start with is a simple grapevine garland. It is a very subtle, natural material that gives just a bit of rustic to the tree.

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I added some fun pom pom garland.

23I made western ornaments out of a bulb and fabric… and tied it off with some western-feeling jute rope.
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Other garlands I have used in the past is rope and rolls of burlap. Unfortunately, those items must be packed away in an unknown box and I’m not about to search for them. The joys of moving right before Christmas, right? 😉

A few of my favorite western ornaments:

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It wouldn’t be a western tree without some longhorns…

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It is probably painfully obvious by now… I lose my cotton pickin marbles for all things rodeo!18

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A big ol’ rustic star to top it all off…19Simple

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  • Helen

    I love it! It looks sooo good. Never thought to wrap grapevine around a tree. Great idea. I have a grapevine cone/tree that I wrap clear lights around at christmas. I love grapevine. Great job!

  • Helen

    I love it! It looks sooo good. Never thought to wrap grapevine around a tree. Great idea. I have a grapevine cone/tree that I wrap clear lights around at christmas. I love grapevine. Great job!

  • http://www.makeminebeautiful.blogspot.com Polly Blair

    Wonderful, whimsical, and fun!

  • http://www.makeminebeautiful.blogspot.com Polly Blair

    Wonderful, whimsical, anfd fun!

  • http://www.makeminebeautiful.blogspot.com Polly Blair

    Wonderful, whimsical, and fun!

  • http://www.makeminebeautiful.blogspot.com Polly Blair

    Wonderful, whimsical, anf\d fun!