The Crow Family Blog features their son Jackson’s bedroom tabletop Christmas tree, Christmas Tour of Our Home. Jackson has his tree decked out with many sports themed ornaments, his own sports medallions, and specific Alabama items including an Alabama Santa hat as the tree topper and Alabama football ornaments. The use or red and white pom-poms as the tree skirt is ingenious.
Jenna Meon over at The Painted Apron had a Alabama tabletop tree as a centerpiece for a man cave buffet for the 2013 Iron Bowl. The cave was decked out and everyone well fed. Be sure to check out her recipe for Iron Bowl Tears (a.k.a. enchilada dip), Take-Out Tuesday, Iron Bowl Tears. Jenna also has a tutorial on how she made the tree, Creations, Football Tree. She took a silver tree she had used many times before and transformed it with some #TidePride, Alabama crepe paper ribbon, and tiny football ornaments. Notice how she used a slightly larger football ornament with a bow as the tree topper.
Over at Shopaholic in Alabama, Lori has gone with a white Christmas tree with red decorations and used Alabama and Dallas ornaments to show off their household’s teams of choice, Two More Trees: Lilly Pulitzer & Football Themes.
To get started on your own themed Christmas tree, or get other Alabama University decorations, head on over to the Alabama Crimson Tide Holiday page at Fanatics.
“Roll Tide” is a universal expression among ‘Bama Nation, versatile and applicable in nearly every situation as a greeting, farewell or standard cheer or praise.