This post is sponsored by Lowe’s Home Improvement. As always all opinions are my own.

Hope you are having the happiest of holiday seasons. Welcome back to the 12 Days of Christmas here on Inspired by Charm! In case you missed the start of this holly jolly series, you can click here for Day 1: Holiday Home Tour.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

For Day 2, I’m so thrilled to be back today to give you a closer look at the Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree in my office. While you got a little peek at it yesterday, you didn’t get the full experience of this tree, so that’s what I wanted to share today. Plus, I’m going to pass along some of my tree trimming tricks. Let’s get to it.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

As you may have noticed, flocked Christmas trees have become increasingly popular in recent years. It’s easy to see why. You get the look of a Christmas tree (obviously), but it also has a magical snowy white glow. Plus, flocking on a pre-lit tree covers the lights, making them and the wires almost undetectable when it’s not lit. It’s genius.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

This year, I decided to invest in a quality flocked tree. This is the GE 7.5 ft. Pre-Lit Alaskan Pine Full Flocked Artificial Christmas Tree from Lowe’s. I saw it in-store around Halloween, and then when Lowe’s asked me to decorate a tree for them, I knew this was the one I had to get. (It also has a surprise feature, but we’ll get to that in a second.)

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Once I had the tree set up, I added colorful plaid ribbon. A couple tips about ribbon: First, get more yardage than you think you’ll need. For this tree, I used about 25 yards. Second, start at the top and let the ribbon flow as you work it down and around the tree. In some spots, tuck it in, and in other places, let it billow out. Twist the ribbon as you work around the tree to give it some dimension. Work in a pattern around the tree, but let the ribbon do its thing. This will give you a much more natural look rather than having horizontal stripes across your tree.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

For ornaments, I began with the beautiful collection of faceted ornaments from allen + roth. I used the White Finial Ornament, White Ball Ornament, and the Red Finial Ornament. The minute I saw this collection from allen + roth, I knew I needed them all. (I even used the copper ball ornament on my dining room tree.)

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

With those ornaments on the tree, I pulled inspiration from the ribbon and my office space to fill the tree with beautiful color. I’m a fan of glass ornaments, and Lowe’s has almost any color you could want. From their Holiday Living collection, I ended up using the Pink Ball Ornament Set, Blue Ball Ornament Set, Green Ball Ornament Set, and Red Ball Ornament Set. For a tree this size, I used three packs of each color.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

I finished things off by adding a few ornaments from my personal collection and a felted ball garland.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

To say I’m in love with this tree would be an understatement.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

I also picked up a few other items at Lowe’s to decorate the rest of my space, Including these Holiday Living Tabletop Trees (two small and one large) and this Holiday Living Pink Mercury Ornament Set.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Okay, so we covered festive and flocked. What about the fun? Are you ready?


Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

This tree has color changing LED lights! Surprise! It goes from warm white to multi-colored with a click of a button.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

Even though I’m usually not a fan of colored lights on a tree, there’s something about the tone / hue of these lights with these decorations that I’m totally digging.

Let’s have a look at that color changing action one more time.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked. Mission accomplished!

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

I hope you enjoyed this colorful tree and got a few ideas for decorating your own. You can grab everything you need to recreate this look at Lowe’s.

Now, before you run off, since this is 12 Days of Christmas, CLICK HERE to get all of the details on today’s giveaway. (Yep, I’m making you work a little bit harder to today’s giveaway.)

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

I’ll meet you back here on Monday for Day 3 of the 12 Days of Christmas. I’ll be teaching you how to make a beautiful and tasty treat for the holidays, plus I’ll be sharing all of the details about those gingerbread house cakes you’ve seen in my posts.

Fun, Festive, and Flocked Christmas Tree |

See you then!



This post is sponsored by Lowe’s Home Improvement. While product has been provided to create this magical winter wonderland, all opinions are my own.

  • JoeyfromSC at

    It’s so beautiful! I love that you can switch light colors so easily. .have a great weekend!

  • Courtney Affrunti at

    Everything about your holiday home- and your entire decked out holiday website- are spectacular! I am amazed and will be re-visiting this tour often for inspiration. LOVE it all.

  • Gabby at

    I am not a fan of flocked trees but this is GORGEOUS! My tree looks like a plain Jane compared to this beauty 😀

  • Vanessa at


    I promise I will not comment everyday…but, this tree is so pretty and brings back memories for me. My family ALWAYS had a flocked tree when I was growing up. Only it was a REAL tree that was flocked at a greenhouse! They were always so fluffy and fun, but they were oh- so messy. This tree looks just like our trees used to look with the glass ornaments. etc. I think my mama was ahead for her time-with blue glass ornaments. I really want this tree…really, WANT! AND the ribbon tricks-YAY!

  • Adrienne at

    The color changing lights have sold me! Every tree should have this! Beeeeautiful tree! Hugs

  • Julie Blanner at

    Your tree is SO fun! Now that’s a pretty surprise. I love how you flawlessly blended pink mercury onraments with those darling trucks.

  • Kim M. at

    This tree is absolute perfection! I love everything about it. I had no idea Lowe’s carried such beautiful ornaments. I’ve been wanting to change the look of my tree for years, but couldn’t find one I loved. This is it! Thank you!

  • Arli M. at

    You always create the most beautiful and original trees. I love seeing them every year.

  • Leslie at

    I was in Lowe’s the day before Thanksgiving and saw the Holiday Living Tabletop Trees…yep, walked out the front door with them!! They are simple but elegant…love them and your tour. Looking forward to the remaining Days of Christmas.

  • Elle at

    This tree is just what you promised – flocked, festive, and fun! That truck ornament make me think of the Cars movies. Maybe I’ve seen it too often:)

  • Mary Lou at

    LOVE this tree! It is beautiful and love the vintage red truck ornament! Would you mind sharing where you found it? Thanks so much!

  • Brynne | The Gathered Home at

    Those color-changing lights! Magical!!! I’ve been a devote white Christmas tree lover, but this flocked one is also calling my name… I think I’ll just have to do more than one tree next year! 😀

  • Saundra McKenzie at

    Love the tree.It looks like something my Mom would have done.

  • Lisa B. at

    Beautiful! I love how the lights change and the ornaments compliment the tree. Now I’m off to buy more lights and some new ribbon.

  • Erika at

    I love this tree!Where can I get the ribbon?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I found it at HomeGoods.

      xo Michael

  • Patricia at

    Love this tree. Think I may be in love with the flocking just a bit much!

  • Peggy G at

    Just beautiful! Thanks for the wonderful ideas . Happy Holidays!!

  • Julia Sandvoss at

    Just wanted to tell you how stunning your tree turned out and how happy I am that I just picked one up before they were all gone! I will be using it next year to upsize my winter wonderland themed tree! Thanks to your beautiful photos I knew it was the perfect tree!! Happy Holidays

  • Deborah Hardin at

    I just saw this blog today for the first time ! I love it !!!

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