Are you looking for some ideas to incorporate pink Christmas decorations into your decor this year? Then you’ve come to the right place, because I have been doing this for years and love a bit of pink! It’s easy to add some of this festive color (without it looking childish) and I’ll show you some simple ideas. Plus, I have a GIFT for you today…so keep reading to the bottom & now let’s get started!
Whether your chosen Christmas color palette includes pink or any other shade, you don’t need a lot of it to make a statement! Most of us have either a standard green Christmas tree, a white Christmas tree or a flocked Christmas tree. I prefer something flocked and if you’re looking for a new tree then check out this recent post – Christmas Tree Buying Guide. I am finished decorating for Christmas this year and will be sharing my full HOLIDAY HOME TOUR soon. Plus I have some great DIYs that I’m excited about and if you subscribe to my newsletter you’ll get them all! Here’s a shot from last year…and this Christmas is totally different by the use of accessories!
Pink Christmas Decorations – 5 Things To Add To Your Decor!
Honestly, what could be better for Christmas decor than pine cones? They are synonymous with Christmas and come from pine trees…so mostly everyone can find them or even purchase a bag full at a craft store! One of my most popular posts consistently over the years has been How To Paint Pine Cones – The Right Way. Of course I had to do pink and these pink pine cones are about 10 years old and still going strong!
The pink pine cones are so pretty in this table setting that I did a few years back. Painting them is a one and done affair! You can see more of the post here – Blush Pink On The Dining Table For Christmas.
On this mantel I added a few of the pink pinecones along with greenery and pink votives.
2. Pink Christmas Decorations – Ornaments
Such an easy way to add pink to your holiday decor and I like to use pink Christmas decorations such as ball ornaments for Valentines Day as well. Just group them in a bowl or as below (from a magazine shoot MANY years ago!) in apothecary jars! Read here for – 7 More Ways To Use Ball Ornaments!
Pink Christmas Decorations On A White Christmas Tree
These are all vintage Shiny Brites and I just love the old mercury glass Christmas balls! But they do have a tendency to break and in THIS POST I shared what to do if that happens. You won’t believe it!!
3. Pink Christmas Decorations – Linens
There is nothing like a cozy throw for snuggling up in and so why not make it faux fur in pink?!! That plus a glittery pink sequin pillow cover is all that’s needed to add some pink to the holiday season. Pink napkins and table linens are a beautiful touch as well!
4. Pink Christmas Decorations – Flowers
I’ve gotten some great mileage out of these pale pink poinsettias that found years ago at a church rummage sale. You can add pink poinsettias to a wreath (as I did) by simply inserting them into the wreath form…easy! Below I did the same with some of my pink poinsettias and draped pink wooden garland on the tree.
5. Pink Christmas Decorations – Ribbon
Add some pink ribbon to a wreath for an instant upcycle this Christmas! Want to learn how to hand paint your own ribbon? Check out this post – Simple Techniques For Hand Painting Ribbon.
Pink Christmas decorations in the most simple ways are generally the most effective. Tie some boxwood wreaths on to the back of your dining chairs with pink ribbon for a beautiful fresh effect!
Wrap up a few of your Christmas gifts with pink papers and pink and gold ribbons. Just gorgeous under the tree!
SHOP PINK CHRISTMAS – CLICK ON ANY IMAGE BELOW
And Now…A Gift For You!
To celebrate this post on Pink Christmas Decorations today, I’ve created this brand new FREE printable while wishing for peace on earth. You can print this out and frame it, then hang it on your wall or desk. Makes for a great inexpensive gift too! Just follow the instructions below…
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