Fans of the original Dr. Seuss holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas can create the best Grinch Christmas tree with these ornaments and decorations.
About How the Grinch Stole Christmas
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is the beloved Dr. Seuss children’s Christmas short story for all ages about a furry green creature in the festive, charming town of Whoville who does NOT like Christmas. So, he decides to steal it from the townspeople. But, when they still remain joyful he has a change of heart.
How to Create the Best Grinch Christmas Tree
When I think of the Grinch, I think of the colors cherry red, lime green, and white, fur, a Santa suit, and a dash of whimsy.
Below are all the details you can mix and match to create the best Grinch Christmas tree for your home:
- Add red, green and/or white lights
- Add Grinch inspired garland and/or ribbons
- Decorate with Grinch ornaments
- Decorate with Grinch inspired ornaments
- Add a Grinch tree topper
- Add a Grinch tree skirt
Add Red, Green, and/or White Lights
Add Grinch Inspired Garland and/or Ribbons
Next, add Grinch-inspired garland and/or ribbon to give your Grinch Christmas tree a cohesive look. I recommend continuing the color theme of cherry red, lime green, and/or white, and keeping any prints whimsical and festive, like the classic children’s book and adaptation.
I adore this specific lime green feather garland from Amazon, which looks exactly like the Grinch himself.
This felted green ball and red heart garland from Etsy is also very reminiscent of the Grinch whose heart grew three sizes over the course of the story.
Or, you may prefer this cheerful, childlike printed ribbon from Amazon to create a tree with a youthful spirit.
Shop these and more options for Grinch inspired garland and ribbon below:
Decorate with Grinch Ornaments
A Grinch Christmas ornament can be expensive to purchase alone, so maybe you can ask for one tree ornament as a gift or just buy a few for really on-point Christmas tree decorations. This Grinch with a present in quintessential, and this Grinch record player plays, “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.” And since I am a book blogger, I, of course, love this Grinch book stack.
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Decorate with Grinch Inspired Christmas Ornaments
Since actual Grinch ornaments can be pricy and too many can make your Grinch Christmas tree appear overdone, you can fill your tree with Grinch-inspired decor. Just keep it in the classic Grinch color scheme of bright red, lime green, and white.
I like these red and green icicles because they are reminiscent of the Grinch’s cold beginnings. And these patterned ball ornaments are both festive and fun, like the story itself. You can buy them all quickly and easily on Amazon.
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Add a Grinch Tree Topper
Top your Grinch Christmas tree with an actual Grinch tree topper. You can use a plush Grinch head, plush Grinch head with an arm, or this wood Grinch head with two arms that wrap around the front of your tree to make it look like the Grinch is holding it and just may steal it! (They are all from Amazon.)
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Add a Grinch Tree Skirt
Finish the bottom of your Grinch Christmas tree with a themed tree skirt. Amazon has so many options! I prefer this specific classic appearing red skirt with white fringe, but you may also prefer a lime green Grinch printed tree skirt or a more multi-colored, whimsical Grinch tree skirt.
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Top Picks for a Grinch Christmas Tree
If you’re wondering how I would curate my own Grinch tree from all of the decor listed above, below are my top picks for exactly how I (personally) envision the perfect Grinch tree. (But, let your own creativity take you in any direction you wish!)
I personally like to keep things simple and cohesive. I like:
- these red, green, and white lights
- with this red and green heart garland symbolic of the Grinch’s small heart growing
- with these ornaments with lime green fur and Grinch sayings on them
- and these red and green icicle ornaments symbolic of the Grinch’s coldness and snowy Whoville
- plus this Grinch tree topper with an arm you can’t mistake
- and this red and white fringed tree skirt reminiscent of the Grinch’s Santa suit.
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I hope you enjoy your own festive Grinch Christmas tree this holiday season. Merry Christmas to all of you out there in your own little Whoville!