How-to:
Color Tone A Christmas Tree

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Our blue Christmas tree is covered with
blue and silver ornaments and vintage cookie cutters.

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But it started out as a stained white faux-tree.
Sad looking, and in need of a make over.
We stripped off the lights first.

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Next, we used a large spray can of Rustoleum in aqua blue
and coated the needles with new color. It dried in just a few hours.

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The newcolor is fun, but for a more natural look
we used faux-snow to soften the aqua blue.

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Just a little faux-snow on the tip of each branch
made the tree look both colorful and more natural.

Adding white lights, vintage cookie cutters,
and blue ornaments came next.

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Just think of the possibilities!

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