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Flocked Tabletop Christmas Tree Decor

A lovely flocked tabletop Christmas tree on your entryway table trimmed in gold decorations is the perfect way to welcome guests into your home this holiday season!

For the third year, I’m thrilled to be participating in the Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop, graciously hosted by my talented friend Michelle from Our Crafty Mom. If you’re stopping by after a visit with Nicole from Madness and Method, welcome! I’m sure you loved her unique purple tree!

There will be links to 19 more gorgeous trees at the end of this post. You are sure to be inspired!

Inspiration for a Flocked Tabletop Christmas Tree

I have a confession to make…I hoard Christmas trees. My mom always used to put up a minimum of three trees every year, and now I’m carrying on the tradition, plus several more lol! Since I had a faux evergreen tabletop tree in my stash, I decided to try to create a flocked tree this year.

Having never flocked a tree before, I went to Michaels Arts & Crafts and asked an employee if they carried something I could use to flock a tree. It wasn’t until I got home and read the can that I realized that my snow spray wasn’t designed for flocking. Oh well. I decided to be a rebel and used it anyway, as I was on a blog deadline!

My tree definitely looks like it’s been dusted with a light layer of snow. It’s by no means a “heavily flocked” tree, but I like it! If you try this spray snow technique, be aware that it needs to dry before the tree can be decorated, preferably overnight.

A Flocked Tabletop Christmas Tree Trimmed in Gold

For my Christmas tree decor, I chose a gold theme since I have a lot of sparkly gold bulb ornaments in my collection. I also had a gold and silver tinsel garland.

In the past, I’ve put my silver tinsel tree in the front entry. This year, the tinsel tree will go in my daughter’s room. I’m still debating where I’m going to put my white pencil tree and my large traditional tree. We’ll get a real evergreen tree, as well. I told you, I have a lot of trees!

For a tree skirt, I used a tablecloth that has beautiful gold embroidery.

The tree topper is my rustic star ornament that I made this year!

I love the flocked greenery against the shiny gold ornaments and tinsel!

I hope you liked my flocked tabletop Christmas tree! Next on the hop is Gail from Purple Hues and Me. Like Nicole, she’s sharing a purple themed tree too! Be sure to visit them all!

Until next time!


More Christmas Tree Decor Ideas

Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop feature image Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for decorating inspiration for your Christmas tree… Christmas Tree decor collage of four

Our Crafty Mom // Red Cottage Chronicles// From House to Home// Simple Nature Decor

Christmas Tree decor collage of four

Virginia Sweet Pea// 2 Bees in a Pod// First Day of Home// Across the Boulevard

Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop collage of four

Simply Beautiful by Angela // Happily Ever After, etc.// Madness and Method// Zucchini Sisters

Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop collage of four

Purple Hues and Me// Tribe of Burton// My Pinterventures// Modern on Monticello

Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop collage of four

Jenron Designs// Design Morsels// Oh Fiddle Dee Dee // Redneck Rhapsody

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  1. Rebecca, I love how you flocked your table top tree. It’s a nice touch of snow and looks great with the gold ornaments. The idea you had for the tree skirt was perfect with the embroidery. Thank you so much for joining in again this year. It’s always a pleasure to hop with you. Wishing you a very merry Christmas!

  2. I love your little tree… flocking it was a great decision! Definitely a great addition to the rest of your trees!

  3. Cute. It’s always nice to have a tree great you when you enter 🙂 My kids would love this gold tree as they love traditional Christmas colors.

  4. I love the idea of having a table top tree to welcome guests. Your sparkly ornaments look lovely on the DIY flocked tree. I’ve used the spray for wreaths and it held up pretty well.

  5. Such a pretty star on top. This turned out beautifully. I’ve been afraid (or dreading) trying this for fear that it makes a giant mess. Good idea to try out on a smaller tree. It was so fun hopping with you again.

  6. I love that you are showing tabletop size trees those are so much fun to decorate with through a home. I have several in spaces where a big tree would just be too much.

  7. Love your tabletop flocked tree, Rebecca! It looks pretty and perfect in your foyer! What a lovely way to welcome guests! I do love how you flocked it even though the canned snow wasn’t meant for flocking. They must make a spray-on flocking somewhere!

  8. We both flocked our trees this year 🙂 My friend had asked me about the spray, but I had never heard of it. Now I see that it isn’t really for trees, ha. Let me know how it lasts!

  9. Your tree step on how to make a flock tree is very helpful. I love the size of the tree its perfect for a table. The tree topper is my favorite touch.

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