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The Prettiest Flocked Christmas Trees

One of the best things about Christmas is decorating the Christmas tree! Whether or not you decorate a tree with collected family ornaments or with a fun wintery theme, the flocked tree is a perfect backdrop to your decor. Over the years the flocked tree has grown in popularity because what’s not to like? The white, fluffy flocking looks so much like snow and what’s more Christmas-y than snow!?

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I love these inexpensive flocked trees here. And then if you have a green tree without flocking and want to flock it yourself, I have a tutorial for you here.

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The Prettiest Flocked Christmas Trees - lots of gorgeous inspiration!

The Most Beautiful White Flocked Christmas Trees

Take a look at some of my favorite flocked Christmas trees around the internet. All of these women who decorated these trees are super talented, so be sure to click through and check out alllllll of their holiday decor! 😊

Navy & White Flocked Christmas Tree at The Lilypad Cottage

The Lilypad Cottage

Craftberry Bush

Lucy at Craftberry Bush found the perfect combination of snowy goodness when she added the extra “snow” on the branches to make it look more heavily flocked. Although it’s not really flocking at all. Check out how she made the tree full of “snow” here.

Flocked Christmas Tree from Rooms for Rent

Rooms for Rent

Red and White Flocked Christmas Tree from Two Twenty One

Two Twenty One

My Flocked Farmhouse Christmas Tree - super cute cotton stems, lamb's ear, galvanized snowflakes, and wooden bead garland.

My Flocked Farmhouse Christmas Tree

In 2017 I flocked my own tree and decorated with gorgeous wooden sign ornaments, cotton stems, lamb’s ear, wooden bead garland and other natural elements. I LOVED it!

A Pumpkin and a Princess

Liz Marie Blog

Liz Marie didn’t even need to decorate her flocked trees, because they are so beautiful bare. I have a “naked” flocked tree in my bedroom this year {see it here} and I LOVE it! Find my favorite inexpensive flocked trees here.

Life on Virginia Street

Sarah at Life on Virginia Street has some of the most gorgeous coastal decor without being overtly nautical. She’s one of my favorite bloggers and a sweet friend! Check out her 2018 Christmas home tour here.

A Burst of Beautiful

All of the gorgeous blush and metallics make this such a beautiful tree.

Hygge Decor at Nina and Cecilia

Nina and Cecilia

This forest of flocked trees creates a winter wonderland that transitions perfectly from Christmas to winter decor!

Randi Garrett Design

Nesting Blissfully

Don’t you just love all of those beautifully decorated (or undecorated) trees? They are my favorites! I hope you’re as inspired as I am!

Where to Buy the BEST Pre-Lit Flocked Christmas Trees

Now, let’s chat about some of the the best pre-lit flocked Christmas trees out there. Just in case you’re trying to find one to decorate your beautiful your home.

Farmhouse-style living room with flocked Christmas tree.

I have several of these inexpensive flocked trees in my home. I have both the 7.5 ft, 6.5 ft and 4 ft. sizes and always want to go back for more so that I can create a winter wonderland in my home. They have sturdy tree stands and hinged branches for easy set up and take down!

I have the pre-lit Christmas tree versions, which I love. While I don’t normally love a pre-lit tree, these are necessary. I love how the flocking it on the lights as well as the branches and keeps them camouflaged in the tree. If I were to add white led lights to a pre-flocked tree, the lights wouldn’t blend in as well, I don’t think.

What is a Flocked Christmas Tree?

The history of flocking dates back as early as the 1800’s when people used flour, corn starch or cotton to give their real Christmas trees a snowy appearance. The trend became very popular in the 1950’s and 60’s when home flocking kits were popular.

Make your wintery tree dreams come true! How to Flock a Christmas Tree the easy way!

Flocking literally means attaching tiny fibers to a surface to create texture. It can be attached to any surface, not just trees. The appearance of the fibers create a snow-like textured effect. The actual flocking materials today include paper pulp such as fiber, corn starch as adhesive, and boron as a flame retardant.

And if you try, like me, to flock your own tree, it’s a white powder that if sifted over the tree branches and adheres when it comes in contact with water. You can read all about how I DIY’d my flocked tree here.

Make your wintery tree dreams come true! How to Flock a Christmas Tree the easy way!

After a couple of years, I donated this tree because the homemade flocking kit shed so much more than the trees that you buy already flocked. So, I’ve decided to stick with pre-flocked Christmas trees going forward!


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