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11 December,2018

Countryside Your Christmas Tree

With Christmas trees springing up in front rooms all over the world, decorating your tree can be a very personal thing. Many will match their tree to their decor or simply decorate it in a theme that is close to their hearts. 

If the countryside runs through your veins, then decorating your tree with a rural theme is a must. We have picked out the best countryside Christmas decorations that are online to buy and remember you can also be creative and make your own too!

Pheasant Feather Bauble from Country & Home

For those who love beautiful feathered accessories, the Pheasant Feather Bauble from Parlane will make a stunning addition to your Christmas decor. £7.99 Country & Home

Scandinavian Hare Tree Decoration by Not on the High Street

We love these leaping hare wooden Christmas Tree Decoration with a Scandinavian feel, a perfect original stocking filler or look lovely leaping in a Christmas tree. You can add them to garlands too or use them as tags to make your gifts extra special. These lovely wooden hare hanging decoration are available in four colours: red, blue, black or grey. £5 Beyond The Fringe at Not on the High Street

Patterned Robin Tree Decoration from National Trust

Exclusive to National Trust, this patterned robin tree decoration is uniquely handcrafted in felt using traditional methods. The handmade nature means that no two robins are the same adding to their unique charm making a perfect addition to your Christmas tree this festive season. £7 National Trust

Personalised Bamboo Fox Family Tree Decorations from Oakdene Designs

Add something special to your Christmas tree this year with these unique personalised fox family decorations. These are a great way to get the whole family involved in Christmas as each fox decoration can be personalised and made unique making them a special keepsake or gift. £10.00 Oakdene Designs

Wooden Tartan Reindeer Tree Decoration by Mollie & Fred

This lovely Tartan Stag Christmas Decoration with berry detail will look lovely hanging on your tree this Christmas time giving it a distinct countryside theme. £5.99 Mollie & Fred

Natural Wood Jointed Horse Decoration from Not The Run Of The Mill

We certainly couldn’t leave out an equestrian themed decoration for your tree and we love this natural wooden horse complete with tack! Every Christmas tree should be adorned with a horse as far as we are concerned. £4.50 Not The Run Of The Mill

Sass and Belle Sledging Mouse Gifts From Handpicked

Wrapped up ready for the snow, this adorable Sass and Belle Felt Sledging Mouse Decoration will feel right at home among your festive decorations. Sitting astride his own little wooden sleigh, a carefully crafted mouse has been enveloped in a vibrant red cape which fastens at the front to keep the chill-out. £5.99 Gifts From Handpicked

So make sure you add a little bit of the rural life to your Christmas tree this year. Once Christmas has been and gone, remember to recycle your real tree. Many local authorities will take your trees turning them into soil improvers or compost preventing more waste going to landfill. 

Header Image Credit: Oakdene Designs


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