• Disney World ornament, Didn't get the more important Disneyland one...yet.
  • One of the Silver Mickey shaped ornaments
  • One of the Shiny Blue Mickey Shaped Ornaments

Blue and Silver Elegant Christmas Tree...with a little Disney

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I reused the bows and poinsettias from last year's Ocean themed Christmas Tree and had plenty of extra ribbon to create a cris-cross pattern on the tree. There are a few Mickey shaped ornaments...few because I already spent so much on Christmas Decorations and at $16.95 per ornament...

Grace 혜은, Legally Blonde7, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Legally Blonde7 40 months ago | reply

    Wow, that's gorgeous!! And very elegant!!!
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    Wishing You a Wonderful Christmas!!
    ♫*°♪•❤ℓg•♪°*♫ Gayle

  2. jessjg21 31 months ago | reply

    how did you make the ribbon criss cross?!

  3. DLSarmywife--DLightful Designs 31 months ago | reply

    This is a gorgeous tree!!! And like I would love to know how you crossed the ribbons. I would love to be able to add this technique to my own tree decorating stylings.

  4. Pinchris 29 months ago | reply

    Has anyone figured out how to do the cris-cross ribbon?? I love it! I can not figure it out. I am thinking several strips of ribbon?? There has to be a better way. If anyone figures it out -- please enlighten us!! Thanks!

  5. Woodnymph12 29 months ago | reply

    It appears that they begin with ribbons at the top and then hook them together as they cascade down the sides. Hope it helps, I like this too and am going to try it. Let me know how yours goes.

  6. jarednchristy 29 months ago | reply

    I had a hard time making this look even around the entire tree. anyone have good pointers?! I'd appreciate any tips! I love how this looks!

  7. rhondared27 29 months ago | reply

    I am going to try to attempt this but just curious as to how much ribbon I will need I have a 7 foot blue mountain spruce so its pretty big. Any one got any guesses to about how much it will take. Thanks and good luck to everyone who is attempting this design. I will post pics if I should succeed.

  8. skyblueeyes742 29 months ago | reply

    I loved this idea and wanted to try it. What you have to do is wrap the ribbon going one way. Than go the opposite way with another roll of ribbon. And than pin it together where the ribbons meet together. :) It takes some time but it is well worth it.

  9. Mastery of Maps 28 months ago | reply

    Used wired ribbon to keep the form (I believe at least 4 rolls, 2 types of ribbon), either bent the artificial branches or used chenille wire (pipe cleaners) to hold the joints together, made the cris-cross tighter at the top. From what I remember, I never had any of the ribbons ends at the bottom, they either were at a joint or at the top.

  10. itsmegraceagustin87 17 months ago | reply

    Beautiful! Wish there's a tutorial for this...

  11. itsmegraceagustin87 17 months ago | reply

    beautiful! wish there's a tutorial for this!

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