INSTEAD OF A CHRISTMAS TREE

I haven’t had a Christmas three for years now. My husband doesn’t want a fake tree but I don’t want a real tree. I always feel so sorry for the three after Christmas. We can’t plant them in our garden so he goes to the recycling center where they make much from it. Poor thing !!!

SO THIS IS WHAT I DO EACH CHRISTMAS

Each year I buy a bit of new stuff so it looks different every year. On the picture above you can see how it looks this year.

A few close ups.

HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS ALL

8 Replies to “INSTEAD OF A CHRISTMAS TREE”

  1. I think this is lovely. I have a fake tree, only to put up mostly ornaments my kids made for me. They are now 36 and 31. Ha. And grandkid ornaments. 11, 6 and 3. And a few ones I bought when I was working downtown Chicago many years ago. I love the soft lighting and the sparkle from your ornaments. Of course, I always fall in love with bling…..

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    1. My kids and grandkids never made ornaments for the Christmas tree but they loved decorating the tree. As for bling, I love it.

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    1. Horrible yes, they grow for years, then are chopped or uprooted and stay in a warm livingroom for a few weeks and they throw them out in the cold, then they get burned or chopped to pieces…..

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    1. Thanks. If you want to see an amazing Christmastree, then go and have a look at my friend’s site “katechiconi”she made one in fabric, sooo very pretty !

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