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Rebecca Judd unveils her beautifully decorated traditional Christmas tree


The sticks are gone! Rebecca Judd unveils her beautifully decorated traditional Christmas tree as she ditches her infamous ‘Scandi-style’ recycled branch tree










Rebecca Judd shocked fans with her infamous ‘Scandi-style’ Christmas tree made with recycled branches a few years ago.

But this year, the AFL has opted for a traditional and beautifully decorated tree for the festive season, set up in the living room of her $7.3 million home in Brighton, Melbourne.

The 38-year-old revealed the stylish fir, which appeared to have white fake snow throughout, on her Instagram Story.

The sticks are gone! Rebecca Judd has ditched her infamous 'Scandi-style' recycled branch tree and unveiled a beautifully decorated traditional Christmas tree in an Instagram Story video on Thursday

The sticks are gone! Rebecca Judd has ditched her infamous ‘Scandi-style’ recycled branch tree and unveiled a beautifully decorated traditional Christmas tree in an Instagram Story video on Thursday

Her tree includes large floral accents, pink, silver and gold baubles, and small fairy  lights dotted throughout.

It also features an array of animated character trinkets, including the golden star tree topper.

In the caption of her first clip, she explained that her four children had a hand at decorating their tree.

Festive: The 38-year-old revealed the stylish fir, which appeared to have white fake snow throughout, on her Instagram Story

Festive: The 38-year-old revealed the stylish fir, which appeared to have white fake snow throughout, on her Instagram Story

Pretty: Her tree includes large floral accents, pink, silver and gold baubles, and small fairy lights dotted throughout

Pretty: Her tree includes large floral accents, pink, silver and gold baubles, and small fairy lights dotted throughout

‘The kids did a good job at blending the cute handmade school decorations with the fancy AF ones,’ she wrote in the caption.

Bec appeared to use a similar traditional Christmas tree last year, which is a far cry to the ‘Scandi-style’ branch tree she had back in 2016.

Although her abstract tree drew criticism for its lack of festive spirit, the mother of four stood by her choice at the time. 

Sticking with tradition: Bec appeared to use a similar traditional Christmas tree last year, which is a far cry to the 'Scandi-style' branch tree she had back in 2016

Sticking with tradition: Bec appeared to use a similar traditional Christmas tree last year, which is a far cry to the ‘Scandi-style’ branch tree she had back in 2016

In 2018, she told Nine Honey: ‘We’ve used it every year for the last four years, and will be using it again.’

Bec said that she prefers ‘monotone trees’ – either an all-white or green tree which is then decorated with ornaments.  

She added: ‘Not multi-coloured with stuff everywhere – because that would make my head spin – pick two colours and that’s it. But go big, think more is more, just all in the same tone.’

Abstract: Although her abstract tree drew criticism for its lack of festive spirit, the mother of four stood by her choice at the time. Bec said that she prefers 'monotone trees' - either an all-white or green tree which is then decorated with ornaments

Abstract: Although her abstract tree drew criticism for its lack of festive spirit, the mother of four stood by her choice at the time. Bec said that she prefers ‘monotone trees’ – either an all-white or green tree which is then decorated with ornaments



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