Mix all the ingredients with fun and serve up to your family and friends a home and Christmas tree
designed and trimmed by you!
Chef Santa serves up sweet treats of colorful concoctions add in cupcakes and lollipops! Glittered ribbon is an extra sweet touch, and don't forget to sprinkle in multicolor candy polka dot balls! Yum!
Traditional Red and Green sparkle with accents of gold. Pop this tradition with a playful mix of black and white patterns, checks, chevron and polka dots. Rich red poinsettias and lime green glitter sprays add a fresh touch. Lime green is a punch of color to celebrate Christmas with a new twist on tradition.
Peacock is majestic in shades of turquoise, blue, green and gold. Adding leopard animal print ribbon to the beautiful majestic colors of the peacocks plume creates a sensational display on the tree. Strutting a color palette that matches your homes décor will compliment the celebrations. Picking core ingredients that reflect your taste and personality will give your home it's own one of a kind look and style.
Glistening icicles and snow tipped branches with red poinsettias and champagne sprays transform your Christmas into an Enchanted Forest! Frosty woodland snowmen and critters can play amongst the Christmas Forest shades of greens, rich ruby reds, and accented with platinum sparkle.
Is as jolly as Old St. Nick! The traditional colors of red and white take a twist. Mix chevron, dancing polka dots with red velvet, and candy ribbon for a crowd pleasing collection that’s as sweet as a peppermint.
Gold, silver, bronze, copper, pewter and platinum melt into a noble metallic mix fit for a King. Add sparkle to you tree with luminous shades of metallic finishes.The shimmering gold and silver florals, brushed matte pewter balls melded with antique copper and rustic bronze finials offer an added dimension of elegance.
One of the most common questions we get asked…...
How do you pick a theme or color story? Base the theme on a collection, nutcrackers, Santa's, gingerbread, waterford crystal, snowmen and more. Select a color story to coordinate with the collection and choose your 1st key ingredient… ribbon.
Choose your color story based on your home decor and style. I love fiesta dishes and my home decor is multicolored, lots of red and pops of black and white, so I use multicolors in my Christmas decorating.
Why choose a theme or a color story? It saves you time and money! Your choices are narrowed and decisions are easier.
Join us in the next blog post for a tour of Miss Cayce's Christmas Store home of Show Me Decorating and the new themes featured this year!
Happy Decorating Y'all,
Becky and Kathy