Wednesday, December 22, 2010

O Christmas Tree(s)

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...


Using my Fall starfish frame door "wreath" as the star over baby Jesus


Our foyer Christmas tree (burgundy & gold)


Nativity wreath over  berry trees in the foyer


Red, turquoise & apple green ornaments for the three accent trees in the family room
(only two trees are pictured)


Family room


Remember these from Target last year?  Target is my first stop when it comes to after Christmas clearance sales!


Blue & gold tree in the dining room


Dining room


Dining room china cabinet


Kitchen tree
(we also have a small counter top tree in the kitchen as well)


Living room trees by the fireplace


Sunroom tree
(Red & cooper ornaments with pine cone garland strands)


The "Martha Stewart" tree
(pink, purple, pearl & gold glass ornaments with pink & gold bows)
This tree is decorated entirely with Martha Stewart ornaments bought on clearance from Kmart eight (yes 8!) years ago.  The year after I bought them, Ashleigh was only 11 months old, so these glass ornaments have been packed away ever since then.  But this  year, I decided to be brave and put them out!  The tree is sitting on top of a dresser in the living room.  Safe from little hands - but not so safe from our new kitty Oreo!   


The "Sweets" tree upstairs by the kids bedrooms
(Candy themed ornaments, pearl bulbs with gumdrop garland)


Adorable Country Living fabric cupcake ornaments


Red poinsetta for upstairs


Our Main Christmas tree with family ornaments, some dating back to Dave's childhood

We also have a tree in our master bathroom that wasn't decorated at the time I took these photos.  But I did the same theme as last year with the recycled paper towel garland and copper ornaments.

Only 3 days till Christmas!


5 comments:

  1. Gosh, so many trees! I`m glad to have one small one in my living room. Americans seem to go for the overkill, lol.

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  2. You have created a Christmas wonderland and I love it.

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  3. Everything is gorgeous!

    Merry Christmas!

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  4. Wow you must love Christmas trees! That looks like so much fun! What a great idea to have themed trees! That's a good way to keep one tree from looking crammed!

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