This includes the traditional Christmas decor we’re all used to: green tree, white snowflakes, and mint-inspired decorations. Well this year, Carla Bethany does it her way – lots of color! Watch how she decorated her Christmas tree and decor this year with the help of The Home Depot. Whimsical Pink Christmas Tree You have always dreamed of a pink Christmas tree. I know pink is not a traditional color for Christmas, but it makes my heart happy to see the bright and fun colors during the holidays. I think decorating should be fun, and you shouldn’t be limited to the traditional red and green colors. This year I decided the pink tree would be all I needed to mix the traditional colors. I ordered my tree online at Home Depot and picked it up from the store. I enjoyed the process, and it makes life so much easier. While there, I managed to get two packs of Fantasleigh Shatter- Resistant Ornaments in two sizes, 11 ”. Mercury Gold Tree Top, Roll of Royal Easton Red Velvet Gold Ribbon 15 feet for my gift boxes. The Christmas tree was very easy to assemble, and I spent about an hour turning the branches around making sure I achieved the perfect shape. Quick tip: always look at the picture on the internet. If the Christmas tree appears flat, keep branching open. Decorating the Christmas Tree First, I always attach my own tree cover, and this year I used the Mercury Gold Tree Cover, available in the store only. Then I tape or clip it as the next step before attaching any decorations. I like to use tape placement as a guide for all other decorating layers. The placement of the tape helps provide movement and a place for the eyes to move and comfort. After laying the tape, I layered with colored ornaments of various sizes. The different sizes helped create dimensions and fill in the gaps between the branches. I like to put larger ornaments underneath and zig zag my way up the tree with smaller ornaments. My final step is to add specialty decorations, floral selections, and tree fillers. The key to placing the decorations is to always undo. I always take several steps back to make sure I like the color application and to make sure the tree is not crowded into one area. Sometimes this process can be pretty tedious, and I can fine tune it throughout the day if I allow myself. Entrance display I had to incorporate something fun in my hallway with the Palm Christmas Tree. The entry sets the tone for the rest of my Christmas decorations. A palm Christmas tree looks good with and without ornaments. There are many options when it comes to palm tree mowing. I found that using one decoration per branch kept the palm tree in shape. At night, the palm Christmas tree adds a lot of charm to the entryway. It has replaced my nightlight, and I tend to leave it on all year.