Friday, November 28, 2014

The Two Skinny Trees


 Good morning !
Hope all of you that celebrate Thanksgiving had great times with family and friends!
I am sharing my "skinny" trees today .. These trees are great to just fit in places where there is not much room. I have collected ice skate ornaments for many years so they have their own tree. 

 I got the burlap skates a couple weeks ago in North Carolina and the big vintage looking skate in Manhattan Beach California ..so fun to find new ornaments !
 I made the tree topper from a pair of skatess my sisiter in law gave me .. I glued them together with hot glue and glued in  a paper towel roll to slip on the top of the tree.
 This year the ice skate  tree is in a corner of the dining room . It usually is in the living room. I have it up on a small wooden crate to make it taller..
The youngest turkey  grandson yesterday :) ..He looks like a little doll :)

 The other skinny tree is in the family room and its the Americana tree..
 This year I added flags ..It is in the corner right next to my desk..
 I placed it in a flea market white basket that I got for 50 cents this summer :) There are so many fun red,white,and blue ornaments ..



Thanks so much for stopping by ! I will be back tomorrow with more trees ! 9 more to go !
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12 comments:

Carolyn said...

You are my hero, ladybug! I could look at your gorgeous trees all day long. Isn't Christmas time fun? There is something about the twinkling of the lights that makes a home so cozy. LOVE your talent..thank you for sharing with us! :)

Shelia said...

Hi Priscilla! Oh I love your skinny trees and you have the sweetest decorations for them too. That's one darling little one! Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia:)

Kathleen George said...

There is something about your home that provokes so many warm memories of Christmas past for me. Thank you for sharing, Kathleen in Az

Barb said...

The trees are great but little turkey boy is the cutest of all!

Cindy's Stitching said...

Really pretty trees. You have so many ornaments.

Leslie said...

Beautiful!!!

Linda O said...

So many ice skates!!!! Amazing!!
Americana tree is brilliant too.
And your little 'Turkey Boy' is way too cute.
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving xxx

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

I LOVE the skates tree! My favorite thing (for some weird reason) to represent winter/christmas is Skates...LOVE IT!!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Priscilla,
LOVE both trees!!

Do you do a Patriotic Tree for the Summer Patriotic Holidays? I do a white tree in the LR for that.
I love the Ice Skate Tree. Now that is a great tree to keep up for the Winter.
you know me, I keep up trees year long!

Hugs,
Deb

Kelly_Deal said...

I LOVE your trees, both are beautiful and that little "turkey" is a doll!

April's Homemaking said...

I love the idea of a skinny tree for smaller spaces, yours are beautiful! I would love to invite you to share your holiday posts at my 2014 Christmas Homemaking Hop. :) http://www.aprilshomemaking.com/2014/12/2014-christmas-homemaking-hop.html

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Priscilla,
I have been looking and pinning through your Christmas posts....getting inspiration and I was wondering where did you buy these trees? I love the size of them...skinny and not too tall...

Hugs,
Deb