Texas Christmas Tree Decoration Ideas

Spending time with loved ones while eating copious amounts of home cooked dishes is the epitome of a Fort Worth holiday season. At the center of all of the festivities is the eminent Christmas tree. Whether the Christmas tree is decorated prior to Christmas Eve or tradition permits it only to be decorated on Christmas Eve itself, the tree nonetheless represents the love and culture of the home, office or commercial space it’s in.

Christmas tree decorations can include the usual string of lights, string of popcorn, candy canes and various other ornaments. However, as the Texan pride runs strong among residents of Fort Worth, adding a bit of this pride onto any tree is simple. Here are some Texas Christmas tree decorations ideas that can be used as family activities.

Texas State Ornament

Using either permanent markers or paint pens, draw an outline of Texas on a silver or white solid colored Christmas bulb ornament. The outline can remain on its own or be colored in with the Texas flag or lone star symbol, creating a pinpoint location for Fort Worth.

Customized Texas License Name Plate Ornaments

Using small rectangular pieces of wood, hot glue a piece of string at one corner. This will be where the ornament hangs from the Christmas tree. Then, use a base paint to paint the rectangle white. Once the base is dry, use a small paint brush or black permanent marker to draw on the details of the license plate, including the family member’s name.

Lone Star Topper

As Texas is the Lone Star State, using any star Christmas tree decoration topper, paint the Texas flag on the star itself.

As the holiday season approaches, finding ways to unite loved ones together around Christmas tree decorations brings together the meaning and symbol of the Christmas tree itself.

Interested in finding the perfect Christmas tree decorations for your tree for this upcoming holiday season? Visit Christmas Company’s website to find out more or give them a call at 817-629-8404.

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