Thursday, December 15, 2011

Christmas Tree Bling . . .

This year we have 4 Christmas trees.
You've already seen the kitchen window tree here
 & the grand kids tree here.
Now, take a look at 2 more.

This tree is blinged out with many ornaments collected over the years.  I love how hanging each ornament brings back memories from Christmases past.

Here's our son when he was in preschool.
He made the glittered tree in Sunday School when he was 2 years old.

Hallmark ornaments . . .

Ethan's hand print from last year . . .

Santa & an angel both party favors from class parties when I was in elementary school.

Did you notice there were no gifts under the tree?
Wrapping is on my to do list for tomorrow.

Piano room tree . . .
It's decorated with red and white.
Snow flakes, candy canes and a few ornaments.
I bought the deco mesh at Sam's.  I cut it in half so it would go further.
Kari did most of the decorating.  She did a great job!

I'm linking with . . .
At The Picket Fence for Inspiration Friday
Courtney for Feathered Nest Friday
Kelly's Korner for
Show Us Your Life ~ Christmas Tour of Homes 
Kate for Flaunt It Friday
Sassy Sites for Free For All Friday
Sherry for Home Sweet Home
Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays
What's It Wednesday
Kim for Wow Us Wednesdays


Becca's Dirt said...

Beautiful trees. I love decorating with those special ornaments and the warm feeling I get when I look at them.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Hi Carol! Your tree's are lovely. I have one with all the memories..and one that is just whimsy. Tree's are lots of work..but soworth it when all decorated. The wide beautiful ribbon gives your trees such a wonderful look.
Thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

So beautiful.... thank you for your kind comment. You should try to make the marshmallows and let me know how it turns out.


Sue said...

Carol, you are a woman after my own heart, as you know by now how much I love decorating trees for Christmas, especially with family ornaments. Yours are beautiful. I too have to wrap gifts, maybe this weekend. ~smille~
Thank you for your visit, and for your sweet comment.

Sis Sue said...

You are, for sure, the queen of bling. All so very cozy. You have a talent for wrapping, always that special touch to each gift.

Yvonne said...

I cannot believe that you have four Christmas trees. WOW! I read the words "as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord" at the end of you profile description, and my heart smiled. I was up late last night, unable to sleep, and reflecting on those same words and what they mean in our little (growing) home. I actually blogged about it today! Funny how certain thoughts and words can be drawn to you when they are on your heart. Thank you and God bless! :)

Cindy said...

Four trees---wow! Send some of that energy my way! They look beautiful---don't need any gifts.

Rose and Heather said...

I would love for you to link up to my Christmas Party @ I also have a Crafty Lassie Tuesday each week you can come and link up to.
Thanks Rose

Oklahoma Granny said...

Each of your trees is special in its own right and each one beautiful. Merry Christmas!

Elena said...

Just lovely. I really like all the hand made ornaments:)

Anonymous said...

HI Carol! I've loved seeing all of your trees! I love seeing your sweet ornaments from you and your children! Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Teresa@1800 Farmhouse Rd said...

Your trees are all so pretty!

Mary said...

Love your red and white theme throughout. trees are beautiful.

Unknown said...

So Pretty!!! I love the Mesh Ribbon on the tree. Very smart to cut it in half to make it go further. Have a wonderful Christmas.

Jojo said...

A beautiful red and white tree!!

Susan Freeman said...

Wonderful tree and love those Hallmark ornaments! I am your newest follower.

Susan and Bentley

The Charm of Home said...

Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home! Have a very Merry Christmas!