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{Coastal Christmas} Top Off Your Tree With A Starfish Tree Topper

As the festive season approaches many people will be trying to decide how to decorate their Christmas trees. Trimming our trees and decorating the home is great fun and all of the family can join in. For many people, the color and theme of their Yuletide decorations are very important. They want to find new and exciting decorations and tree toppers. A starfish Christmas tree topper could be the perfect way of topping off the main attraction this year.

The nautical Christmas concept includes using a glamorous starfish Christmas tree topper for all to admire. Traditionally trees are topped with angels, fairies or a large star. The five fingered starfish resembles the star that is so popular at Yuletide. This theme may defy convention but the end result is striking. Christmas trees that are trimmed with seashell ornaments and sand dollars and topped with a starfish become a talking point.

The beach is an inspiration for color, the starry blue sky, golden sand, yellow sunset, pearly pink and grey shells and misty green waters. Any beach is home to a thousand colors that can be replicated on beach themed Christmas ornaments. After having a good look around the world wide web it appears that the starry toppers come in masses of colors and sizes and they are priced accordingly. 

Thank you to Ocean Styles for this wonderful coastal Christmas article. 

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6 comments:

  1. So lovely! I am thinking about using sand dollars for my tree this year.....Thanks for sharing!

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  2. You can't beat any type of shell or starfish on a chrsitmas tree to enhance your beachy cool yule.

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  3. I have been thinking about putting up an extra tree for beachy things and one of those would be perfect! It might get lost on my regular tree filled with all the sentamental kids ornaments and family traditional ones. I need my "own" tree with my own stuff! Great idea! Thanks for stopping by on my "anniversary". I guess we are all learning something with blogging all the time!
    -Shelley

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  4. So lovely! I am thinking about using sand dollars for my tree this year.....Thanks for sharing!
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  5. love that starfish!!! it looks so beachy!

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  6. That's a nice Aussie feel Christmas tree!
    x
    Melissah

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