inspiration :: Christmas trees I love
Thursday, December 23, 2010 by {darlene}

 dried fruits have always meant Christmas to me. {country living}

 I love the galvanized container that serves to hold this live tree. {country living}

 simple white card stock, a dove pattern, and heavy pruning make for a stunning reminder of peace and the holy spirit. {country living}

 I love this thick pinecone garland. {country living}

this golden beauty is awash in lights. You can never have too many lights. or golden ribbon for that matter. {country living}

ah martha. even the symmetry of your trees seem to achieve perfection. I love symmetry. but I also love this tree for the edible gingerbread goodies and the dramatic red ribbon that hangs them. {martha stewart}

 why not have a pretty little potted tree in each room of your home? {house beautiful}

everything on this tree is edible. What’s not to like? {house beautiful}

a book tree. Why didn’t I think of that?
creative genius. simply. {curbly}

Which one is your favorite??

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  • Wow, what great trees! I love the pinecone garland and the idea of having lots of small tree all throughout the house. And what's not to love about a tree with all edible ornaments? Thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays!

  • Just stumbled on your blog & I'm so glad I did. Your home is gorgoeus – I adore stone houses! Looks picture perfect! I'm looking forward to following your blog! Merry Christmas!!

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