Bottle brush trees can add instant vintage Christmas to any area of your home! I adore using them in vignettes and Christmas crafts. Whether you go overboard with an all-out holiday decorating extravaganza or if you just want to add a little Christmas magic around your home, use bottle brush trees to create vintage Christmas Today I am sharing some ideas for creating vintage Christmas vignettes with bottle brush trees and a few bottle brush Christmas craft ideas.
I tucked a bottle brush tree, Shiny Brite ornaments and vintage tinsel in my grandmother’s antique lunch pail and set up a larger bottle brush tree and a tiny ivory tree with some vintage treasure to create a sentimental and charming vintage Christmas vignette.
Two tiny pink bottle brush trees nestled in mini tarnished silverplate tea pots look purrfect with one of my favorite antique Christmas postcards.
Bottle brush trees come in all colors and sizes. Whether they are retro bluish-green, bright and festive colors, soft and muted, ivory or bleached, I love them all! When creating a vignette, look for ornaments or accessories with similar colors to the bottle brush trees you have on hand.
Staggering bottle brush trees in varying sizes look beautiful creates an illusion of a little Christmas forest.
Consider using unusual items such as vintage urns, trophies, tins garden pots or architectural salvage as bases for displaying bottle brush trees.
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They look adorable in old rusty trucks too!
Here’s some additional ways I have used bottlebrush trees in my Christmas and winter decor over the past several years:
Do you collect and use bottlebrush trees in your vintage or farmhouse Christmas decor? I love hearing from you, dear readers! Thanks for visiting today!