One of the perks of having little girls is getting to decorate their rooms and wardrobes with all kinds of girly fun. This year when I asked my 5-year old how she wanted to decorate her room for Christmas, her resounding answer was “Pink!!” So, this year in honor of Pinkalicious, (those who have little girls will know exactly what I mean) we are Dreaming of a Pink Christmas.
This is how my daughter’s room turned out and I am “tickled pink” by the results. I will share the rest of our holiday home tour soon. It is also influenced by the pink theme going on in my daughter’s room.
The block letters and wreath are after Christmas clearance finds from Target last year. I posted all about my steals and deals post-Christmas here.
I found the fun pink and green wrapping paper at Homegoods off-season. I like to use regular wrapping paper rather than Christmas themed wrapping paper for my gifts. I found these fun tassels on clearance at Target and Hobby Lobby and thought they would be so fun to use instead of ribbon.
I also used little faux gems I bought for my daughter ages ago at a craft store. She used them to sort colors and shapes when she was younger and I am so glad they found a new home!
The pink tree was an impulse buy. After much nagging and begging my daughter won and it went home with us!
For a tree topper, I made a DIY urchin. You can see the tutorial I wrote for how to make them here. Could not be easier.
The stockings are from Tiny Prints. Did you know that they have a line of home decor and holiday decor? The ombre pink stocking was perfect for my theme!
The pink “candies” in the compote dish are DIY candy presents you can read about here. More like eye candy!
The vanity needed pops of pink as well, so I incorporated some pink roses in this fun Oh Joy for Target pitcher.
As if we could not get any more pink, this is our holiday card this year. It is from Tiny Prints and I adore it.
Do you decorate with a specific theme or color for Christmas, or do you stick to the same scheme each year? I usually work with what I have, but mix it up a bit by adding in a new color.
From my family to yours . . . Have a very Merry Pinkmas!