Kate Spade Inspired Christmas Tree

I can’t believe that Christmas twenty eighteen is right around the corner.

This year I am so excited to put my all white Christmas tree against my whitewash reclaimed shiplap wall so my Kate Spade Ornaments pop!

The textures are going to be insane! If you are following me on Instagram you may have already had a peek.

I had so much fun putting together my tree this year for this super fun Home Style Tour- Christmas Tree Edition with 20 other bloggers.

Please be sure to check out all the other designer and their trees, there’s inspiration for days, literally!my home style christmas tree

Monday:

Casa Watkins Living // Up To Date Interiors // Monica Wants It // Iris Nacole // French and French Interiors

Tuesday:

Domicile 37 // Thou Swell // Designs by Tamara Lee // The Homes I Create // Not Just A Housewife

Wednesday:

Designer Trapped In A Lawyer’s Body // Lovely Etc.// Delineate Your Dwelling // Persia Lou // Taryn Whiteaker Designs

Thursday:

House Homemade // Two Twenty One // Tag and Tibby // Jeweled Interiors // My Sweet Savannah

Friday:

PMQ For Two // Made In A Day // Club Crafted // Daly Digs // Jennifer Perkins


Kate Inspire Christmas Tree

In this blog, I show you the steps on how I layered my tree, share links to the tree,

ornaments & skirt I used this year. I also share a fun DIY on how I created my Kate Spade inspired ornament.


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Let’s get Started

I started out by putting my artificial tree together, I am not the best at putting light on a tree AND I love the fact that I can fluff and bend a fake tree how I want it to so the ornaments hang just right.

Putting together an artificial tree is also super easy, first set out the base, add in the bottom, then middle topped with the top, (they are normally labeled) plug the lights in and get started!


Fluff

The most important thing you have to do with an artificial tree is fluffing it. Separate the branches and fan out all the needles so they fill up space and look real, not smooshed from the box!

Fluff starting from the middle out, front & back, top, and bottom. You get scratched and somehow my hand feels super dry after but it’s an important process you can NOT skip!!!

 


Tulle

Time to fill in the holes and sparse areas that show the base of the tree with tulle.

I basically take the tulle and fold it like a taco, or in half and ribbon it in and out of the tree then fluff it till it’s full.


BIG Ornaments 

Big Ornaments are key for many reasons, they help fill up space and the bring depth and variety to your tree. I used huge white glitter, shimmer and a few creams balls to mine.

You can use anything for your larger items, think outside of the box especially if you have a 9,10,12 foot tree.

Think wood holiday signs, table decor, large deer, battery operated candles… really depending on your theme Go big or go home to start off with

TIP: I use the zig-zag method and add a large ornament up top… zig to the right add another BIG ornament then zag to the left and add another until you’re at the bottom.

Be cool and keep everything spaced out good.

Medium & Small ornaments 

Using the same zig-zag concept now add the Medium ornaments, standing back making sure they are not too close to each other and there are not any alike ornaments near.

Continue with the small ornaments until you’re done!


Kate Spade Inspire Ornament DIY

Last I always add in my themed ornaments to make sure they stand out.

I made sure to use whites creams and silvers ornaments on an all-white tree so that these black and white stripes pop, and they do.

This one $30 Kate Spade ornament was my inspiration to make more.

I used these pink balls I sprayed pink last year, They had been painted a few times so why not use them to paint over again this year?

you can always grab a 6 pack of plain ornaments 

I laid out a paper bag to catch the paint. I used house paint that I already had around the house. I actually paint my walls with this paint.

Once I’m in DIY mode and want to finish something I will use what I have around the house. If you don’t have paint laying around here click here for WHITE and here for BLACK

I thought it would be an awesome idea to dry the ball on my dish rack but DON’T it stuck to the side and wasn’t as awesome as I thought.

What DID work was dipping each ball into the paint and let it drip dry.

After dipping them in the paint and let them drip dry, I held the ornaments by the top and hand painted both top and bottom black.

Once the paint was dry I taped off my stripes.. this was not easy or fun just FYI stripes on a round object probably is the hardest ever! just do your best 

Here is my finished Kate Spade Inspired ornament! She gorgeous right! Thanks!



Snowflakes 

I swear I thought the Kate Spade ornaments were the last thing I added, well I lied, I ended up finding these snowflakes 

and I’m loving the simple texture it added

Kate Spade Inspired Tree 

Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my Kate Spade Inspired Christmas Tree

I would Love to hear what you think in the comments below!

my home style christmas tree

Monday:

Casa Watkins Living // Up To Date Interiors // Monica Wants It // Iris Nacole // French and French Interiors

Tuesday:

Domicile 37 // Thou Swell // Designs by Tamara Lee // The Homes I Create // Not Just A Housewife

Wednesday:

Designer Trapped In A Lawyer’s Body // Lovely Ect.  // Delineate Your Dwelling // Persia Lou // Taryn Whiteaker Designs

Thursday:

House Homemade // Two Twenty One // Tag and Tibby // Jeweled Interiors // My Sweet Savannah

Friday:

PMQ For Two // Made In A Day // Club Crafted // Daly Digs // Jennifer Perkins

 

19 thoughts on “Kate Spade Inspired Christmas Tree”

  1. AMAZEBALLS!!!! I love your tree. Big fan of Kate Spade and I love how you took inspo from her line and created this beautiful tree. Those ornaments are Fabulous!!! Thanks for joining in the fun this year!

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