Candy-Covered by David Bromstad
“What’s sweeter and more fabulous than a candy tree? Mix real swirly lollipops with a fake candy garland and colorful Christmas balls.”—David Bromstad, Color Splash
Nature-Inspired by John Colaneri
“Head outside and gather branches, acorns, and pinecones. There are also some really nice natural-looking ornaments on the market this season, so you could easily add those, too.”—John Colaneri, Cousins Undercover
Black and White by Tiffany Brooks
“It has to be black-and-white for a tabletop tree. I’m talking black and white patterns, silhouettes, and gem-shaped black-and-white ornaments. I promise it’s stunning!”—Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Smart Home 2014
Paint unfinished wood ornaments with white acrylic paint. Outline a silhouette clip art image (find them online) with a heavy pencil line. Flip the paper over and rub to transfer the pencil outline onto the wood. Fill in the silhouette with a black marker.
Beach-Themed by Sabrina Soto