Are you ready for a different Christmas color-scheme? I’m trying to expand my horizons with a new color combination I really love. Let me introduce you to several Lovely Pink and Green Christmas Decorations I think you’ll love too.
This isn’t really a new color scheme, it was very popular with the old glass ornaments from the 50’s – 60’s. Doesn’t everything make a comeback?
Let’s revive it, shall we?
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Where to buy pre-made Pink and Green Christmas Decorations.
Well, you can buy ornaments and lights and individual things, but there’s not much for premade things in pink and green. I did find pink and green Christmas Decorations at Walmart and at Target but you have to really hunt for it.
I think you’ll have to DIY your own because my online search of many other online retailers didn’t produce much.
DIY Pink and Green Christmas Decorations
Because this color scheme is still pretty early in the revival I searched bloggers and put out feelers to gather over a dozen projects to inspire you.
Pink and Green Tabletop Christmas Decor
Wow, so many cute and inspirational projects for Christmas Tabletops. You could use these projects, variations of, or multiples gathered together on your mantle, coffee table, or even bedroom dresser.
Oh my, my friend Sarah at Ruffles and Rainboots makes the cutest Gnomes and this one is my all time favorite. She even shows you how to give him little feet. The cutest and he's very Merry & Bright indeed! I just love the lime green felt she used for his hat!
Heather from Heathered Nest is so talented and pulling a room together. This cute Pom pom Christmas Tree (with hot pink and green) is just a tiny part of a beautiful room decoration she did for Christmas. You'll love it!
Wow, Becky at Daly Digs really knows how to do up a table scape! Her pink and green Christmas decor tablescape is just amazing. Plus the little pops of gold, oh my. This makes me want to drag my dining table onto the front lawn.
Look at this adorable Pink and Green Christmas Village that Kelly from Studio DIY created! She modified pre-made little houses and elevated them to an adorable and snowy Christmas Village wonderland. It's amazing what a little fake snow can do for a project.
Pink and Green Christmas Ornaments and Tree Skirts
No let's look at some very creative Pink and Green projects for your Christmas Trees.
And to go with the beautiful pink and green garland above we need this cute tree skirt that Christine made. And, it's a no sew project, aren't those the best? Simply pick up some of your favorite pink and green Christmas ribbon.
I love this little grove of pink and green button Christmas tree ornaments. The little topper are buttons from my grandma's metal button box that I used to sort through as a little girl. I love hanging these on my tree every year now!
Pink and Green Christmas Wreaths and Wall Decor
All the many options for creating Pink and Green Christmas decorations for your home. From wreaths to signs I know you'll find a favorite project!
There are so many cute things you can make with a vinyl cutting machine. Christine was able to make this cute sign with pink and green using up some of her many vinyl scraps. Because scrap happens when working with vinyl.
After seeing all the hot pink and lime green I want to repaint this little project I made a few years ago. I still love it and since I sprinkled it all over with extra fine glitter it would be really hard to repaint LOL
Isn't this little winter wonderland Christmas tree grove the cutest? Katie added it to a simple white wreath and it really sets it off now. Pink bottle brush trees seem to be on trend right now because I've seen them in so many other Christmas craft projects as well.
Pink and Green Christmas Printables
Printables are so popular at every holiday. The best part about it, most of them are free, and everyone loves free!
This idea for giving gift cards is fantastic. If you don't want to pay extra for little gift card sleeves you can download this cute design Christine put together and give it to everyone on your gift list this year.
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of Pink and Green Christmas Decorations to DIY. What will you create first? So many great projects to choose from!