Skinny Pencil Christmas Trees

Pencil Christmas Tree

Ok I am officially OBSESSED with “pencil trees” or “skinny” Christmas trees or whatever you want to call them. Mr Magic and I bought 3…… yes 3 this year!!!! We sold the monstrosity of a huge, fat 9-footer we had and replaced it with a tree cluster on our fireplace.

Pencil Christmas Tree

These 2 skinny trees are everything!!! I am in love! Mine is sold out but the almost exact same one you can find here

So we put another 7 footer in my office that rotates (see the video below).

Since I am obsessed with the new skinny tree phase, I think you all should be too! So I went about searching for all the gorgeous skinny trees and tabletop trees (great for apartments) that I could find for you!  And remember, this close to Christmas MOST of these trees are on sale… BONUS!!!!

Happy shopping!!!!

 

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And don’t forget to get a Dark Green Revolving Tree Stand (for trees under 7.5ft). You can watch a video from my Facebook page here to see how it works:

 

 

 

Merry Christmas,

Jen

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3 comments
  1. Courtney @ Charity Sparrow
    Courtney @ Charity Sparrow
    December 16, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    We have a rotating tree,too, I love it! My them is red & gold & glitz & glitter, with a red diva peacock as the tree topper! I know you love glitz-n-glitter..happy holidays!

  2. Karen morris
    Karen morris
    December 17, 2016 at 10:13 pm

    Where did you find and what kind of tree is the one you have rotating?

  3. Debbie
    Debbie
    December 26, 2016 at 11:37 am

    Had one years ago and loved the way all the ornaments were not hidden by too many branches.

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