If you want to add a glamorous vintage flair to your holiday decor, there is a cool idea – make ornamental Christmas trees! You can make some ornamental trees yourself and use them as additional ones or decorate a mantelpiece, windowsill and table landscape. Here are some nice ideas to try out. Let’s take a look and maybe you will be inspired.
Jewelry Christmas tree artwork
Make cute Christmas tree artworks out of old jewelry, rhinestones, pearls and pearls. Create all kinds of combinations you like and personalize the tree the way you want. It can be a small art decorating your mantelpiece or a large tree in a frame to be used in place of the usual one – it all depends on your preferences and the amount of jewelry you have on hand. The shape and colors of the tree are up to you. Best of all, such trees look and highlight them on black velvet.
Jewelry Christmas tree cone
Another idea is to make an ornamental cone tree – these are usually little cuties that look good and are used to decorate tables, window sills, and mantels. Make a bold, shiny, silver Christmas cone tree or make an emerald. Use beads and rhinestones of your choice to complete the tree.
What a Christmas without a lot of food, sweets and of course a cake? There are a lot of traditional recipes, but everyone chooses their own cake and every year we want something new, tasty and special. Today we're sharing stunning cake recipes that are great for Christmas, for all tastes and with many different ingredients.
Cranberries are traditional for fall and winter, and this cranberry pound cake is wonderfully dense, moist and full of fresh cranberries. Covered with a simple orange glaze, it's perfect for the holidays.
There is no Christmas without gingerbread cookies, and this flavored gingerbread bread will make your home smell completely divine as guests come and go, not to mention that you are in a completely festive holiday state. Have a slice of coffee in the afternoon or top it with homemade whipped cream and fresh cranberries.
The orange-flavored punch in the cake is due to milk fortified with orange peel. When you heat milk and orange peel together, the oils are released from the peel and create the most beautiful orange-flavored cake for Christmas.
Gingerbread only screams Christmas, and what if you love cheesecake? Mix them two in one! This heavy gingerbread cheesecake is gluten free and suitable for vegetarians. So guys, don't hesitate to make it.
Here's a Christmas cake recipe, this is a large piece of cake topped with organic cream and berries. If you don't own a Bundt can, a simple loose-bottom baking pan will work just as well.
This incredibly moist applesauce cake is infused with chai flavors in two ways: ground spices and chai tea. Plus it's topped with salted caramel icing. This cake is really irresistible, not too sweet, and has all the warming flavors you will love!
A delicious and tender pound cake made deliciously sweet with brown sugar and topped with an incredible brown butter icing. The brown sugar really takes this recipe off the ground. The molasses gives the sweetness a depth of flavor that cannot be described. This cake is also incredibly tender and dense with the most beautiful texture.
Ready for another cranberry perfection? It's a perfectly moist vanilla sheet cake with fresh oranges and tart cranberries. Then it is frosted with a spicy cream cheese glaze and decorated with sugared lingonberries and orange peel.
Rum Bundt Cake Recipe is a Christmas-inspired cake with a touch of glowing rum. The rum bundt cake recipe does not contain butter or alcohol-soaked nuts, but a lot of glowing rum. In case you forgot to soak dry fruits for Christmas cake this year, the rum bundt baking recipe could be your last minute savior.
This cake is a disguised red velvet. It's a foolproof recipe with a hint of cocoa and a generous amount of buttermilk. The dough stays moist with a tight crumb and the characteristic "red" velvet taste. The frosting is white chocolate cream cheese, my new choice when it comes to a flavorful frosting.
This sticky date and orange pudding is gluten-free, vegan and refined sugar-free. Dates and buckwheat flour were used as the base and chia seeds as the binders, which provided the most delicious sticky consistency. The orange flavor really shines through and the orange peel helps take it to another level.