Welcome to the Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop! This is the fifth year of this creative blog hop and I am so excited to be a part of this group of talented bloggers again this year. This year I decided to create a Faith Inspired Christmas Tree for the holidays.
If you are landing here on my site from, My Pinterventures then welcome and I hope you continue to visit all of the bloggers listed below.
For 5 years now, Michelle, from Our Crafty Mom, has hosted this fun and creative blog hop each year for the Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop, and I have been excited to participate each year.
In the past I have done a Retro Tree, a Rustic Modern Tree, a Red Truck Tree, and an all Navy and White Nostalgic tree last year. All of them have been different from the previous year and I have enjoyed creating the theme every time.
This year I created a tree style that has been on my mind often this year, and that is a Faith Inspired Christmas Tree.
To be honest with you, the theme of this tree has meant a lot to me this year.
We all know that the last two years have been stressful for everyone. Me included. We lost a very close friend to Covid a few months ago and it really hit hard.
During the past year, I have met with a wonderful group of ladies for bible study, some who just started out as acquaintances. and all have turned in to very dear friends. We just finished up 52 weeks of a deep study of the New Testament.
We have asked the hard questions, cried, laughed a lot, ate a lot of good food, and shared our hardships and everyday lives.
It is from this bible study that this tree was created.
It is not the fanciest tree I have every decorated, but it has a special meaning to me this year.
And I think it will go up each year from now on somewhere in the house.
I hope you enjoy it too.
The tree is mostly gold and white and each ornament represents not only the Nativity but the names of Christ, and the songs of Christmas.
I purchased the ornaments from Hobby Lobby and a local Christmas boutique, but a few of them are hand made as well.
A friend of mine from the bible study group suggested the crown at the top and I found it at the At Home store in Knoxville.
pin it for inspiration!
Now go visit the other talented bloggers who also participated this year in the 5th Annual Christmas Tree Decor Blog Hop, especially Jenron Designs listed right after mine.
More Christmas Tree Decor Ideas
Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for decorating inspiration for your Christmas tree…
Our Crafty Mom // Red Cottage Chronicles// From House to Home// Simple Nature Decor
Virginia Sweet Pea// 2 Bees in a Pod// First Day of Home// Across the Boulevard
Simply Beautiful by Angela // Happily Ever After, etc.// Madness and Method// Zucchini Sisters
Purple Hues and Me// Tribe of Burton// My Pinterventures// Modern on Monticello
Jenron Designs// Design Morsels// Oh Fiddle Dee Dee // Redneck Rhapsody
Hugs and Merry Christmas!
This is beautiful! In appearance, and meaning. Going to share with my aunt – I think she’ll love it too!
Donna, I love that you were inspired by faith to design such a meaningful tree. It is truly lovely. It’s a nice way to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. It was fun hopping with you. Merry Christmas! Pinned 🙂
Thanks Rebecca. Merry Christmas to you too.
Your faith-inspired Christmas tree is beautiful, Donna! I especially love the crown on top. I need to check out At Home stores! It was fun being on this tour with you. Happy Holidays!
Trina Welch says
What a honor and tribute to the the King of Glory. Love this idea. I may have to borrow it one day.
Thanks Trina. This tree was indeed special to pull together this year.
Donna, I’m so thankful that you participated again this year and this inspiring hop. Your faith filled Christmas tree is really special and magical. Thank you so much for sharing it with us wishing you a very merry Christmas and a blessed new year.
It’s such a sweet tree, and I love how meaningful it is. At the end of the day that’s more important than anything else.
I agree Betsy. Thanks for liking my tree.
Your tree is a lovely testament to your faith and the joy of the season. The ornaments are perfect for this.
Sorry to hear of your loss. It’s great that you have a group of ladies to lean on. Love your tree and it’s great when you get to look at something that holds meaning for you. Beautiful tree.
Vicki and Jenn 2 Bees in a Pod says
Donna – decorating from your heart is never a bad idea. Your faith based tree is sentimental and beautiful. We are so sorry to hear of your loss…but happy to help you found healing with your faith.
Thank you. I really enjoyed decorating this tree.
Gail @Purple Hues and Me says
Looks beautiful, Donna! How wonderful! Your faith based tree is the spirit of Christmas! Merry Christmas and Happy holidays!
What a beautiful tree and I love the story behind why you decorated it this way.
Thanks Paula and Merry Christmas!
Nicole Q-Schmitz says
Your crown tree topper is so unique!
Thank you. I love that a friend suggested it too.
Jen @ JENRON DESIGNS says
I love the sentiment that you have place into you tree theme, this year the Hope and Faith trees have been very special to see and truly remind of the reason for the season.
I agree. Thanks Jen.
I love the natural beauty of your tree and that it sticks with the true meaning of Christmas. It’s fun hopping with you today. Merry Christmas.
Thanks Andrea. Merry Christmas to you too!
Wanda | From House To Home says
Your tree is very pretty, Donna! It’s nice to have a tree that it has so much meaning to you. And I think the crown is the perfect tree topper.
What a pretty tree. I love that you got inspired from bible study, Its such a beautiful idea. The ornaments inspirations and makes me feel good,
Thanks Maria. I feel that way too.