So here's a tour of our Christmas trees
Our Living Room Tree
Our Family Room Tree - this tree has a country feel and contains mostly unbreakable ornaments. Most of the ornaments were on our tree when my children were young and we didn't own any breakable ornaments. Lots more memories here including the angel that we bought for our tree in 1982! This tree is about 4 feet tall and sits on top of my antique school desk. I love love LOVE the branches on this pretty tree, very realistic I think.
Our master bathroom tree is decorated with seashells and topped with a metal starfish. Beside it sits one of my oldest nativity sets.
Our baby girl's tree. We put it on the stair landing this year on a table covered with white crushed velvet and surrounded it with white tulle and silver beads. Girlie!
Our disco ball tree sits in the long hallway. Doesn't everyone have a disco ball tree? Santa and Rudolph are also there. This wooden sleigh and reindeer is another piece in my collection of "things made by Dad" along with my stable.
Our guest bath has a little Christmas tree nightlight.
Our dining room tree is a Pfaltzgraff Christmas Tree cookie jar sitting on a metal cake stand and topped with a handmade crocheted angel.
Our downstairs guest room tree belongs to my son, if he ever wants to take it to his house. The ornaments all belong to him, many have his name painted on them. I love the little Santa hat on top - that belongs to me, he can get his own tree topper!
Our kitchen tree is a vintage ceramic tree made by ME! My Mom & I made four trees in the 70s for her house, my house and one for each of my sisters. Another crocheted angel ornament sits on top of this tree.
And just because they're cute I have my Pfaltzgraff Holiday Spice salt & pepper shakers on a table in the living room. Does this count as a tree? Probably not!
And I think that's it!
Except for my Office Tree. Since I spend 8 hours a day at work I must have a tree at my desk along with a stocking made from a vintage quilt and my rapping Santa Claus.
I share some tree decorating tips here.