Seeking some fresh ideas to style your tiered stand for Christmas? Designs that are budget friendly?
Interested in fresh ideas to style your tiered stand for Christmas, this year? Eventually, we run out of time and money during the Christmas holidays. There are so many family and friends to buy gifts for. Christmas activities and gatherings fill our evenings and weekends. One way to stretch your dollars is to reuse your previous years’ decorations. Last year’s holiday ornaments, decorations, lights, and accessories are perfect for a farmhouse stand. And don’t forget the items you purchased at the After Christmas sales last year.
With a tiered stand you have limited space. Tiered stands can hold only a handful of items. When it comes to tiered stands, smaller items really are better. Which is great for your budget. And great for your schedule, since you won’t need much time to assemble the tiered stand.
Christmas decorating is a labor of love for many of us. We all look forward to dazzling family and friends with our own unique Christmas style. Christmas ideas that display something about us and our families. As the days leading up to Christmas quickly pass, there is little time that remains for completing DIY projects. Luckily, tiered stands do not require much time.
You can style your tiered stand for Christmas in a matter of minutes. Make your family gatherings decor complete when you style your tiered stand for Christmas. Take a look and let us know what you think. Be sure to include your thoughts in the comments below. Here are some decorating ideas that we hope you’ll love!
Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas – Edin 2 Tiered Stand
The tiered stand I used for these ideas is the Edin Wood 2-Tiered Stand. The Edin stand has two wired tiers. What I especially like about the Edin stand is the pretty scalloped edges around each tier.
Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas with Holly Jolly Christmas
Top Tier of the Holly Jolly Christmas
On the top tier, we first added a double peppermint candy cane set. Embellished with holly, the striped candy canes are made from burlap. The candy canes add some height to the tiered stand. And second, it gives the stand a rustic farmhouse look. For a more compact tiered stand, we would remove the candy cane set from the stand. Since this is the Christmas season, we want a greater impact to the stand.
The snowman give the stand a whimsical look. One with a scarf wearing snowman with black beret and red ear muff. The second Snowman is wearing a Santa Claus hat and holding some garland.
Between the two Snowman, we added the lid of a gift box. The lid is adorn with Christmas trees, gifts, and a Merry Christmas greeting on the front. The gift box is less expensive than a wooden sign with a similar greeting. Another choice is to use tin cans or boxes from the Dollar store. Gift boxes and tin cans are more affordable than wooden signs.
Bottom Tier of the Holly Jolly Christmas
On the bottom tier, two small gift boxes were added. One plaid box and a Christmas themed box was placed by the spindle. The gift boxes have a dual purpose. They act as a background and as support for items in front.
A small wreath was placed in the middle of the lower tier. The wreath, a previous year’s gift, adds a woodland look to the tiered stand. To the far right, red, silver, and white baker’s twine ball was placed. Baker’s twine adds a festive look to the tiered stand.
To the far left, are some pre wrapped Peppermint Gems. It never hurts to add something a little sweet! A holly embellished white lantern from the Dollar store was added. A jolly snowman stands happily in front of the woodland wreath. The snowman is an old expired spent gift card. A green glistening Christmas tree is added behind the Baker’s twine.
Finally, we dropped a few ornaments as fillers on both tiers. The red, green, and white ornaments are in a variety of shapes. We included glittered snowflakes, red six pointed stars, matte finish white onion, glossy red and apple green ornaments.
Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas with the Return Home with the Family Christmas Tree
Top Tier of the Return Home with the Family Christmas Tree
In the foreground, a trio of glistening green trees rests on the top tier. The three trees give the tiered stand some height. A red tin with Christmas tree truck lays opposite a small white tea light house. Between the tin and tea light house, a white Christmas tree rests.
Bottom Tier of the Return Home with the Family Christmas Tree
The classic and iconic red pickup with large wire wheels rests on the second tier. It is hauling 3 bottle brush trees in the bed. An apple green Christmas tree stands next to a red tin box with white snowflakes.
To finish off the stand, we added a few red, apple green, and white ornaments. We hung some ornaments that depict the iconic red pickup truck on the scalloped edge.
In rural American years ago, families did not purchase Christmas trees. Typically, Christmas trees were cut down. Many families participated in the annual trek to the woods in search for the family Christmas tree. The family would locate the perfect tree. Then, the tree was cut down in the woods. After carrying the tree out of the woods, the family would haul the tree home in the back of a pickup truck. Life was so much fun in those days.
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Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas – Tomte Standing Watch Over Families and the Farmland
Top Tier of the Tomte Standing Watch Over Families and the Farmland
A Tomte or Gnome diligently watches over the farmland. Scandinavian folklore recalls the story of the protective Tomte. The elderly bearded Tomte guards over the children, families, and their farms. In this tiered stand, the Tomte guards the silo. Around the Tomte and silo we added some pearl, pearlescent, and silver berries to the base. Three silver Christmas trees in the foreground give the stand some depth.
Bottom Tier of the Tomte Standing Watch Over Families and the Farmland
The lower tier has two small farm houses. White Christmas trees and pine cones surround the farm houses. Snowflakes and white ornaments embellish the stand. The families sleep more securely knowing that Tomte watches over their farms and families over the evening hours.
Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas with The Natural Beauty of the Christmas Woodlands
Top Tier of the Natural Beauty of the Christmas Woodlands
Perched quietly on a birch stump in the woods is a brown and white owl. The top tier includes coiled reeds and snow covered pine cones. For the background, a green Christmas tree sits between the two birch stumps. Peaceful and serene Christmas woodlands scene.
Bottom Tier of the Natural Beauty of the Christmas Woodlands
Gazing into the woods, two owls can be seen in the lower tier. Adorned with pine cones, coiled reeds, snowflakes, a white Christmas and evergreen trees. This decor reflects the true beauty of the woods.
Style Your Tiered Stand for Christmas with Waiting for the Arrival of Christmas
Metallic blue star rests in front of pom pom ornaments and a rustic lantern. A mercury silver votive holder lays next to the lantern. For the background, silver Christmas trees provide a back drop.
Bottom Tier of the Arrival of Christmas
Gray tin displays a Happy Holidays message. Blue and silver mercury ornaments lay next to a rustic crown on the lower tier. An enamel dish soap holds a white Christmas sequence cross. The decor depicts the anticipation of the arrival of Christmas.
These are a few ideas to help style your tiered stand for Christmas. They don’t take much time to style. And if you are able to use items you have on hand, the Christmas decorations will be at low to no cost. You’ll find this especially helpful when you are short on time.
If you are searching for some fresh ideas to style your tiered stand for Christmas, we hope some of these ideas can help you. Once you have your supplies on hand, the assembly is quick and easy. Spend time with family and friends this Christmas. When you need some quick and easy Christmas decor in your home consider these ideas.
If you have some favorite Farmhouse tiered stand Christmas decorations let us know. Consider sharing your holiday look with us. And if you try any of these Farmhouse decor ideas, let us know how you make out! As always, thanks for visiting!