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O’ Christmas Tree

Many years ago, I started decorating our trees with a theme. To say that I enjoy decorating for Christmas is an understatement. I hope you enjoy my trees and maybe get an idea or two for your own home. Please follow the links for the different trees to see more decorations or instructions on how I made them.

 Our Family Tree

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Snowman Tree

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Cupcake Tree

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Kitchen Tree

Decorated with Antique Kitchen Utensils and Cookie Cutters

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Pez Tree

Decorated with some of my son’s Pez Collection, topped with a Pez Bank 

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Baseball Tree

Blue lights, orange & black balls for school colors, baseball ornaments and hat for a topper

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Bedroom Tree

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Bathroom Tree

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Hydrangea Tree in the Foyer 

Decorated with dried hydrangeas to match the wallpaper

(the chair is supposed to be broken :) )

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Advent Tree with Edible Ornaments

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This post linked to:

~Holiday Linky hosted by The Inspired Room

~DIY Day hosted by A Soft Place to Land

~Holly Bloggy Christmas Bash hosted by A Baby Changes Everthing

~Tackle It Tuesday hosted by 5 Minutes For Mom

Comments

  1. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Wow you must have the most festive house in the world!
    .-= Nutmeg Nanny´s last blog ..Caramel Macchiato Thumbprint Cookies – All Through The Year Cheer =-.

  2. Shannon says:

    Love all the trees! The PEZ tree just makes me laugh, very cute!

  3. Kim says:

    Thanks for posting the pez tree. I’ve been wondering what to do with all my son’s pez dispensers. :)
    .-= Kim´s last blog ..Diving Into Portrait Photography =-.

  4. Oh my goodness! I LOVE that Pez tree! Now I know what to do with all the Pez containers we used to collect!
    .-= Sarah at SmallWorld´s last blog ..Monday Memory: Christmas Cards =-.

  5. Kelli says:

    I should so do this! We have our family tree that is silver and blue, then we have a little tree in each of the boys’ rooms. That is it. :-)
    I tackled something pretty easy this week… getting my Christmas decorations up FINALLY!
    http://3boysandadog.com/2009/12/is-it-christmas-time-already/
    .-= Kelli´s last blog ..Is it Christmas Time Already? =-.

  6. SOOOO many trees!!! How wonderful – I bet your family loves them! :)
    .-= Janice (5 Minutes for Mom)´s last blog ..Tackle It Tuesday — Jackson’s Decorating Tackle =-.

  7. Brandie says:

    I am struggling to get ONE tree decorated. WOW you are amazing! They all look fabulous!
    .-= Brandie´s last blog ..tackle it Tuesday =-.

  8. Tiffany says:

    They’re all so great!
    .-= Tiffany´s last blog ..“Happy December” Giveaway – Winner =-.

  9. Love themed trees. Used to work for a craft store and had to do trees in themes. We had to fill up the tree fully with fabric and other stuff before we hung ornaments because shoppers would always pull ornaments off the trees. One year I did 26 trees. Lots of work, but I miss it.
    I especially love the hydrangea tree. I missed cutting mine this year, but I’ll remember for next year.
    .-= Colleen @ Murals & More´s last blog ..Safari Baby Boy Mural =-.

  10. Jerri says:

    All of your trees look so great! I love the Pez Tree and Cupcake Tree. And the edible ornament tree is so creative! I’m putting together some posts this week featuring ideas from bloggers who participated at the the Holly Bloggy. I’ll have to put one of yours on my list!

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