Anyone else have a kid tree? We have one in our playroom and the kids love it. They have a lot of their handmade ornaments on it. Plus it has some of their favorite character ornaments. This year we are showing you how easy it is to do a Beanie Boo Christmas Tree for the kid tree.
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Beanie Boo Collection
My kids are obsessed with Beanie Boos! I guess you could say they are collectors. There was no doubt in my mind that we would have enough of these cute little stuffed animals to decorate the entire tree.
Last year they picked up the Ultimate Collector’s Guide at the school book fair. They spent hours looking up all of their stuffed animals and reading about them. I highly recommend this book if you have a Beanie Boo lover in your life.
Decorating the Beanie Boo Tree
The kids gathered all of their Beanie Boos. Then they brought them into the playroom when we were ready to decorate the tree. I used the star tree topper and ribbon that I always use on the kid tree.
Then we just placed all the Beanie Boos in the tree. Some of them would just sit nicely on the branches. Others needed to pushed back into the tree a little.
If you aren’t familar with Beanie Boos, each one comes with a little tag and has a name and birthday. The pink unicorn pictured above is Fantasia and is Graylie’s favorite.
The kids had fun decorating their tree with all the Beanie Boos. I did go back and rearrange just a little bit. I couldn’t help myself!
These little stuffed animals are really cute and make great stocking stuffers! They even make holiday ones. Our elves brought a couple of the holiday ones last year along with this Christmas book for our Book Advent Calendar.
Beanie Boo Christmas Tree
They Beanie Boos looked SO cute on this tree! It ended up being a great decoration for their playroom. You can also check out their Holiday Reading Nook that is in this same room.
The kid tree is a lot of fun! We also have a Christmas Tree in our family room. It is full of photo ornaments and special ornaments we have received throught the years. I like to bring back ornaments when we travel as souvenirs.