Stars in your eyes… with a starry tree. A frosted tree covered in glimmering gold star ornaments is starry tree perfection.
When it comes to decorating a Christmas tree- I am all about using whatever it is that inspires you. In this case- it was a box of stars I found at the thrift store. Though, they weren’t star ornaments actually. Let’s take a closer look at the 3rd look for this tree in the dining room.
Gold Star Christmas Tree
These glimmering gold stars are actually mini wind chimes. I originally though I would cut the chime parts off to use them as ornaments- but when I tried one on the tree to see how they looked- I actually liked the little extra the chimes added. And so, a wind chime covered tree became a thing.
Gold Star chimes
These were only about 50 cents each – the thrift store manager was quite happy to get rid of the whole box at one time and discounted them even further.
Tip: Think outside the ornaments box. Find something that inspires you and start there when designing and dressing your tree.
Add oodles and oodles of tinsel and a few glimmering ornaments and the tree is ready to shine like a star.
One Tree – 3 ways
This is the third look for this tree- and you can see how easy it is to change the whole look and feeling just by adding or removing something.
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