It’s time for a Christmas Tree Party over at Thrifty Decor Chic. I am very happy to be able to show you all five of my trees! That’s right ladies I said five! I am warning you this post will be picture heavy but I’ll keep the commentary down, to keep it balanced for you.
I am also joining Alphabet Thursday today too. Since the letter this week is K, I’m also showing you a few of my favorite Keepsake ornaments. It was really hard only photographing a few ornaments on each tree though, since every ornament carries a memory for me. Some memories are merely about adding a new color or theme. Others are much more precious such a one received from a gift, or a vacation, handmade, or from my childhood or the childhood of my children. Therefore, every ornament to me is a keepsake no matter how big or small, expensive or thrifty. I love them all!
Starting upstairs in our small loft, foyer area I have a small table top tree.
It’s wrapped in plaid both on the top and bottom.
It is decorated with red, green and blue balls and also displays more of my childrens ornaments.
This tree has a candy theme.
With a sugar coated candy garland and small plastic hard candy ornaments.
Small colorful glass balls, clear birds, bells, and tiny ornments too.
In the Den is our biggest tree.
It is a colorful mixture of years of ornaments. I tried to add a few more candy themed ornaments to this tree this year too.
I guess you can tell I love a tree that is loaded with memories, uhh, I mean ornaments! When I was decorating this tree my husband said if I put one more ornament on, it was going to fall over. LOL!
I just love all these old elves.
I love birds too.
In my dining room is what I like to call the formal tree. It is white, gold and silver.
This tree was started after my collection of Lenox ornaments began to grow. I have collected them since the first year of my marriage, one a year. Unfortunately some of them have broken over the years, I still have the ones that are the most important to me of that collection.
This is the ornament that started our collection.
And last but not least. My husbands tree. This is the tree he decorates all by himself.
I happen to think he’s a keepsake too!
Hope you enjoyed my tour of trees.