Sunday, December 23, 2018

This years forest

Here is my annual Christmas tree tour. 
They don't change much but here we go.

 In the master bedroom is my little wire tree.

 I have this little white feather tree in my sewing room - it has (new) shiny brite ornaments on it. One of these days it might get stitched ornaments. 

 This is the look-alike feather tree (it is very stiff - the white one is very soft)  in the guest room. Again, same ornaments as last year.

 The fireman tree is just inside the front door. I added the red and white beads this year. They had been in a storage tote for probably 20 years .

 I don't know why I didn't take a closer picture of this tree. This was taken standing at the front door. Just too the left is the fireman tree and white cabinet and just on the other side of the table is the big tree. (we have to turn the table around to make it fit there)

 This is the twin to the tree in the last photo. In the previous house they were both in the dining room but they are split up here and one is in the kitchen.

This is my little sweet tree. It sits on the counter in the kitchen. I've about maxed out the number of ornaments I can put on it and depending on what angle you look at it from it's a tad crooked. I might need to look for a replacement. 

And last, but not least, the monster tree. It's a bit large for this room. Last house had an open floor plan and it fit when we bought it - we have to squeeze it in here. I've been looking for a slimmer one (but not a pencil tree) but haven't found one I like and then I'm afraid I won't be able to get all the ornaments on a smaller one!

Kids are all here and we have been 'Christmasing' since yesterday. Brian and Brittany will depart this afternoon since he has to work tomorrow but we will have Jason and Timothy until later in the week.

Are you ready for Christmas?


Terry said...

This looks great as always! The white chest with lights in it just looks so magical!

Robin in Virginia said...

Tina, I enjoyed the tree tour. I really like each one for a different reason. I really like the small metal tree in the first picture. Your monster tree looks fabulous. Thank you for sharing!