Bloggers show us how to

Style your Glass Christmas tree jar

by Caroline Rowland
Posted in Ideas on 14th December 2016

One of the things we love most about Christmas is getting a little bit crafty and creative with our decor! It's only temporary, so you can really go to town and have fun with it. So, we teamed up with luxury stationer Katie Leamon and asked a group of bloggers to do just that with our Glass Christmas tree jars and some of Katie's beautiful Christmas gift wrap...

We told the bloggers to be as creative as they wished with the trees and the paper, and the results are truly inspiring, I’m sure you’ll agree! There was a prize offered for our favourite image, but first here are a few from the selection, although you can view them all here

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Katie of The Vintage House That Could filled hers with greenery, baubles and some small gifts wrapped in Katie Leamon paper. We love the colour scheme!

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Tamsyn Morgans made some gorgeous pinwheel decorations with the wrapping paper, and placed them inside the tree, along with some fake snow. Displayed on the tray with a collection of baubles it looks simply gorgeous.

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Zoe Power thought outside the box (or the tree in this case!) and decorated the outside of her glass tree with fairy lights. There seems to be a recurring theme of pink in our bloggers colour schemes which looks fab mixed with metallics.

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Laura of We Made This Home shows how the tree makes a great centrepiece for a sideboard or dining table. We love how she has continued the theme of eucalyptus and bell decorations over to her gift wrapping too.

SO many beautiful interpretations! Don’t forget to check out the rest too – you will have inspiration for styling your glass tree for many years to come! Now, drumroll please, it’s time for the winner!

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Congrats to Holly Booth! We absolutely loved how Holly has created a little Christmas scene inside her tree, with snow, bottle brush trees and a mini car. It reminds us of a snowglobe – one of our favourite nostalgic, festive items. Thanks Holly, we hope you enjoy your One World vouchers and Christmas cards from Katie Leamon! and thanks to ALL the bloggers that took part, we are super inspired by you as always!

There’s still time to bag yourself a Glass Christmas tree to get creative with! PLUS they are reduced from £39 to £29! Snap yours up right now as our last posting date to arrive before Christmas is Friday 16th Dec.

Happy Christmas everyone!

Banner image credits: Kimberly Duran/Swoonworthy; Caroline Rowland/Patchwork Harmony; Victoria Beddoes/Victoria’s Cottage


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