Ok, ok, I know, it’s only early November and very few of you are already in the mood to get ready for the holiday season – except my sister, who every year is done with Christmas shopping by the end of September – and I’m barely kidding here.
However, as I mentioned last
This year, I decided to create a Christmas tree made with framed pictures and artwork. And you know how I love quotes and funny notes, I designed a few sayings and asked Framebridge to frame them for me. Inès, my oldest daughter – and creative director here at FrenchByDesign ;-) – kindly worked on some simple artwork with a sharpie pen to create a “Ho Ho Ho” print and a Christmas tree made out of gift wrapping paper.
Then, I arranged a few shelves on my dark wall and placed them so the large one would be the base, and the smallest one would be on the top. I was inspired by a picture I came across a few years ago, but I can’t seem to find its source anymore.
Anyway, here is my alternative Christmas tree version 2015, sweet friends. Some nice mixed and matched frames, a few holiday decor pieces and ornaments, and voilà, you’ve got yourself a nice and unique Christmas tree! Bonus, you don’t need to vacuum the falling needles throughout the holiday season. Can I get a ‘yay’ for that!
You can customize this idea to great extent: Framebridge can frame a photo, an instagram picture link, a drawing, a poster, a handwritten letter from your kids to Santa, or pretty much anything you’d like to frame. You can send them your own artwork or developed shots, or have them take care of a digital upload for you. There are tons of frames to choose from, mats, sizes, and the price is unequalled.
And here is an even better piece of news: Framebridge is offering a 20% discount to the FrenchByDesign readers, so be sure to use it when you order your frames for the first time. Enter code FRENCHBY20 at checkout [offer expires on January 31, 2016].
I hope you enjoy my take on the 2015 alternative Christmas tree version. Happy holiday season guys! Xo, Si-
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