I Dreamt of a White Christmas Tree

 White kitchen Christmas tree - love the mason jar topper & ornaments!  eclecticallyvintage.com

 I’ve pined for a white Christmas tree for years …

get it – pined (I’m performing here every Wednesday)!

White Christmas Tree in the Kitchen eclecticallyvintage.com

A pre-lit, white tree with flocking is the icing on my Christmas sugar cookie …

so when I spotted this one on Wayfair, I knew it needed a good home (mine)!

White Christmas Tree decorating ideas eclecticallyvintage.com

The perfect tree topper for a kitchen tree.

Unique Mason Jar Tree Topper -you have to see this tree!  eclecticallyvintage.com

Vintage decorations on a white Christmas tree eclecticallyvintage.com

What better to stamp on a vintage silver platter than a song about marshmallows …

Stamped silver platter Christmas tree ornament eclecticallyvintage.com

and here are the real marshmallows.

Mason jar ornaments - on a kitchen Christmas tree eclecticallyvintage.com

Old doorknobs, key holes and mercury glass napkin rings share space with mason jars filled with white treats.

I’ve brought some corn for popping.

Popcorn filled Mason Jar Christmas Ornament eclecticallyvintage.com

Christmas chalkboard eclecticallyvintage.com

Here she is in her evening wear.

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Glowing White Christmas Tree eclecticallyvintage.com
White Christmas tree eclecticallyvintage.com

Now onto more themed trees!

Unique Theme Christmas Trees eclecticallyvintage.com

Six Unique Themed Christmas Trees

Here are some of cutest themed trees this side of the North Pole.
Just click while singing, “It’s a marshmallow world in the winter …”
Reindeer Ornament
Vintage Christmas Tree
Vintage White Christmas Tree
Advent Calendar Christmas Tree


I was thrilled to receive my tree from Wayfair but I only speak the truth about how fabulous it is.  Read my full disclosure policy here.


And check out my Holiday House Tour with tons of pics – I decked everything from halls, to walls, to trees, to tables, to …

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  1. How “sweet” is that tree! How do you get the mason jars secure so that the tree doesn’t weigh down the branches?

  2. I love your white tree, especially the way you decorated it with kitchen themed ornaments. I never would have thought to use a mason jar for a topper.

  3. Where I grew up, the “rich kids” had fake trees. Due to my oldest child’s allergies, we have had fake trees for years. But never white. Hmmmmm….it could be just quirky enough.

  4. This is too cute! I love all the kitchen related “ornaments”! Very sweet!


  5. I LOVE this kitchen Christmas tree, Kelly! You thought of every detail in the decoration — inspired!
    xo Heidi

  6. That is beautiful–I just love the kitchen themed decoration–great job!

  7. Your white kitchen tree is just way too cute!! Love your unique and creative decorations.
    Mary Alice

  8. I love all of the ideas – and especially how you tied it to the song – super pretty and perfect for your pretty kitchen! My girls would totally be stealing the marshmallows!

  9. I love it, Kelly! All of the ways that you used mason jars on the tree are so clever – especially the one for a topper. I have my first tree in the kitchen this year. It’s green, but now I wish I had gotten a white one!

  10. You tree looks beautiful! Love all the different elements you used to decor your tree, truly it’s one of a kind.


  11. Clever, clever….. It’s definitely unique and adorable, Kelly! :-)

  12. I heard ol’ Bing singing A Marshmallow World last night you were the first person I thought of! LOL I love your tree. The goodies in the mason jars would be a huge hit at my house and this is the second time this week that I’ve heard about Wayfair so I’m off to do some shopping!

  13. This is such a cute kitchen theme decorated Christmas tree. Love the white with the flocking too.

  14. Crazy clever and gorgeous!! Enjoy!

  15. That’s it….my next house MUST have enough room in the kitchen for a white foodie tree. Love it

  16. That tree is so cute! I love the wooden crate and I want to live in a marshmallow world too….and hang out with that blue mason jar!

    Have a wonderful day, rock star!

  17. Love your tree! So you and perfect for your gorgeous kitchen! Happy to be part of the hop with you.

  18. Cork ornaments?! J’adore.

  19. Love this idea! Great job! And the silverware on it…priceless!

  20. I can see why the white Christmas tree has come back in style … especially when it’s decorated so fabulously eclectically with those mason jars! I wonder if I can squeeze a kitchen Christmas tree into my little kitchen space …



  21. This is so adorable, I love the Mason Jar tied on the top! I might have to steal this for my tree in my space at PFM. I would love to come see this tree in person, but I might be guilty of eating the marshmallows out of your jars. I like marshmallows, even stale. It’s a problem. Probably the only 43 year old woman that eats a marshmallow a day.

  22. Now that is the cutest thing EVER!!! I want a white tree! It looks amazing. :)

  23. Seriously fabulous my friend!!! Now I am ‘pining” for your tree! 😉 I love, love, love the mason jars and the silver and the jar at the top is the icing on the cake…errr…tree. So much fun being apart of the Hop with you!

  24. Oh my goodness….so eclectically chic!

  25. Wow, Kelly! It looks incredible! You always amaze me with your creativity!
    Thanks for all your help and patience!

  26. This tree is adorable! I absolutely love it!

  27. must love junk says:

    This is the ‘funnest’ tree ever!! LOVE, Love, love it!! :)

  28. OMG! This tree is incredible! You are just so eclectically clever! Love the Mason jar topper, the doorknobs, everything! And who needs a white Christmas when you can have a white tree?

  29. Very cool tree, Kelly. Love the box, the jars, and the silver.

  30. Your kitchen tree is adorable! I love the way you decorated it! Thank you for sharing. Have a great week.

  31. Such a cool idea, Kelly! I love the mason jars … would never have thought to do that! And, how you filled some with popcorn? Brilliant! And, she look fabulous glowing in her evening wear. The other vintage touches are fun, as is your chalkboard!

  32. What a creative idea you have here Kelly; I have meet most of the bloggers who love to decorate for Christmas that they prefer to use Eclectically Vintage theme. According to them, this theme will create a lovely fall scene on Christmas.

  33. I love this post! Your tree is precious and original and super cute….like you!


  34. Love it :) That aqua jar on top is my favorite!! Laurel

  35. This is flippen cute Kelly! This is totally magazine worthy!~

  36. Kelly,

    Did you need my mailing address? You’re sending this to me right… =) I don’t know exactly how to tell you how flipping CUTE I think this is. My heart is gonna burst. I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  37. Oh Kelly I love love this!! What a fun way to bring a white tree into the kitchen… I have to pin this to remember this for next year!! I love LOVE it!! The marshmallows and popcorn are too awesome… and the crystal knobs beautiful!! ~ Lori

  38. I love that tree! I love the jars filled with goodies! I love the jar on top! I love the vintage silverware! It’s totally wonderful!

  39. Cathy Calamas says:

    Best white tree I have ever seen !! Love!!!

  40. This is the most adorable tree I’ve seen in a long time. I. Love. It.

  41. I am in LOVE with this tree!!!

  42. WOWZERS! That’s one amazing tree! I was looking for a tree topper and I have some green/blue jars so I’m going to try that. I’ve also been debating on how to decorate my tree and I think I will give this a shot. My tree is green so I don’t know if it will have the POP/WOW factor that yours does.

  43. What an absolutely adorable tree. Love it all. My favorite image is last one where the tree is lit but it’s still light around the tree. Looks terrific!

  44. This is beautiful!! So creative and different! I love it!! White trees are my favorite!

  45. And “I wish you Merry Christmas!!!.”..That tree is amazing!!!…I just loved seeing all the ever so cute items tied into the song….Your girls must love it!!!…and so do I …. !!!

  46. What a fun and funky tree! Love it! Thanks for joining the Countdown to Winter party!

  47. oooow I hav a little white tree envy! I flocked one of my green trees and really liked it but it wasn’t nearly as WHITE as a real white one! Soo pretty.

  48. Adorable!

  49. Kelly, I love your tree! It’s so cute! The vintage items made the perfect ornaments! I just love white trees! Merry Christmas!

  50. This is the prettiest white tree I’ve seen and the kitchen theme is awesome!

  51. Love your use of mason jars Kelly. Fantastic look!!

  52. Wow, you’re tree is beautiful! I love how unique and nontraditional it is. Great job! :)

  53. figgy pudding!!! love your tree :) just for fun, here are 16 more clever trees: http://www.creatingreallyawesomefreethings.com/christmas-tree-themes/

  54. Kelly, The tree is very creative and soooo cute! I love the mason jars hung on the tree. Thanks for linking to the Open House party.

  55. Absolutely stunning!! LOVIN the white!!

  56. Kelly, I heart this tree! It is amazing! And beautiful! And simple and serene! And stunning! :)

  57. Kelly, I had to stop by again to let you know your beautiful tree will be featured at this weeks Open House party.
    Hugs, Sherry

  58. This is stunning, Kelly! So pretty.

  59. I so love your tree. It is absolutely stunning.

  60. We LOVE TREES!
    I needed new ideas…so this post was awesome for me!

  61. Really great ideas! Thank you for joining HSH!

  62. Kelly,
    Thanks for sharing your amazing tree at my Deck the Halls party! I’m featuring it today at my blog! Love your creativity! If you’d like, feel free to grab a Featured button. Have a great weekend!

  63. Your white kitchen tree is truly beautiful and made me smile! So clever to fill the jars like you did and hang them on the tree and the tree topper is amazing!

  64. I just could not depart your site prior to suggesting that I really enjoyed the usual info an individual provide to your visitors Is gonna be back incessantly in order to investigate crosscheck new posts.

  65. Just a beautiful tree, Kelly–I love all the vintage touches you put into this, and references to song lyrics is cool! And I love the blue jar star–such a clever idea, and it’s perfect on your white tree. It even has a baby white tree at its feet!

  66. Oh, my dear! How I love all the things I see on this page! Not only the tree, but the decorations, and even your blog header looks like the things I have in my antiques booth! I’m pulled towards globes and kitchen scales especially!

    So glad I found you through thrifty decor chick!

  67. That is the coolest! I love the popcorn! Thank you for sharing, and I linked to you on my website. I hope that’s okay.

  68. This is UHHHHHH-mazing! I’m in love!

  69. Can you tell me exactly which white flocked tree you bought from Wayfair??? Thanks!!


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