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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know how popular the Red Truck is this year! I am shamelessly here to admit, I am an absolute fan girl when it comes to that country red truck! We live on a farm, in a farmhouse, so it just makes since, that we would have a red truck Christmas tree this year! I am sharing our tree to hopefully be an inspiration to others who also want to decorate with the red truck theme in mind. You see the whole tree above. Well, here are some close-ups.
You’ll never guess where I got this sign?! Well, the Dollar Tree of course! The burlap came from Walmart, and the buffalo plaid ribbon came from Michael’s Craft Store. I found these glass pine cones at a Goodwill in Panama City this past fall. Last, I love decorating with the grapevine balls, and this is a perfect addition to our farmhouse themed tree! Don’t you think?!
A red truck Christmas tree wouldn’t be a red truck Christmas tree without some red truck ornaments! We got this one at Walmart. The rustic banner also came from Walmart. It says Jingle all the Way. I thought it was a nice addition to this tree! You can also see a pine cone ornament with a bow on top. I made those last year. Very simple, yet very beautiful ornament!
This is a box that came from the Dollar Tree! No joke! Isn’t this cute! The way I secure them to the tree is to open the box and fold branches over the edges of the box and then place the top on the box. Voila! The camper ornament came with the truck ornament from Walmart.
This is some decor that we have next to our red truck Christmas tree. The trees came from Old Time Pottery several years ago. The box came from Dollar Tree, it matches the smaller one that is on the tree. Last, the burlap truck bag and red truck sign came from the Dollar General. You truly do not have to spend a ton of money to look like you spent a ton of money.
This is the other side of the tree. Those ornament trees were bought at a yard sale this past summer by my mama. She is the yard sale queen, I tell ya! Lol The sleigh I have had for years, but I did recently find one at Goodwill that I am using in another part of our home. Just keep your eyes peeled for stuff like this in your local thrift shops. I’ve found so many great things! The tree is another one from OTP.
This tree is packed with ornaments
There are leaf ornaments from Hobby Lobby, a wooden red truck from Walmart, metal red truck picks from the Dollar General, handmade wood slice ornaments (see how we cut our own wood slices >>HERE<<), and so much more! There really was no rhyme or reason to this tree. Well, as far as ornament placement goes. I just threw a variety of farmhouse and red truck ornaments at it!
Notice that Red Truck Ribbon?
Well, believe it or not, that came from the Dollar Tree. I’ll be honest, I hesitated using it because it is very thin and I didn’t think it was up to par for this tree. Boy, was I wrong! Never ever judge a book by it’s cover! I added some burlap bows at the places where I secured the ribbon to the tree and I surprised myself at how much I love this ribbon after all! You just never know!
Finally, I had a tough time deciding what I would use as a tree topper for our red truck Christmas tree. I had all but decided on a matching ribbon topper with a red truck as a centerpiece, when I remembered this sign that I had gotten at Dollar General. Dollar General, y’all! I mean it when I say these dollar stores had it going on this year! I know this wasn’t meant to be a tree topper, but I rarely ride the straight and narrow road when it comes to decorating. Whatever works is my philosophy!
Here it is! ! Our Red Truck Christmas Tree!
I really hope you have enjoyed a tour of our red truck Christmas tree decor as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing it! I hope I can be an inspiration to you! Thank you for visiting our blog and be sure to follow us on social media if you are not already! Also, before you leave, make sure to sign up for our free weekly DIY’s delivered to your inbox!