Would that I had a better camera at the moment to capture how beautiful my Christmas tree looks this year. This is our first Christmas in our new home so it's extra special to me.
Mr. Skooks found this 7 ft beauty at our local nursery (super score too as I had been sitting on a $30 gift card since my birthday which actually put it in our modest price range!):
I'm not sure if you can tell, but the star on top is capiz and it's absolutely gorgeous. I found it at Target last year and love how classic it looks.
You can see a bit of what the tree skirt looks like. Another great find at the after Christmas clearance sale at Pier 1 last year. (I only buy holiday decor after the season because I'm
We have a very "family" oriented tree. There's no cohesive theme, just our collection of ornaments gathered over the years reminding us of the Christmases we have celebrated with our loved ones in the past.
I'm posting about my tree as part of Thrifty Decor Chick's "Christmas Tree Party". I love looking at all the trees and reading all about this decor and these traditions that we hold dear. For those of you visiting for the first time, I'll share with you that a decent chunk of the ornaments on our tree are handmade. My mom made my sisters and me ornaments for years and it's fun to see them mixed in with the ornaments that I've started to make for my own kids:
|1. Snow Child Ornament 2009 - for Kee-ku, 2. Snow Child Ornament 2009 - for Little Miss|
|1. Kawaii Santa Bunny Ornament 2010 - for Little Miss, 2. Christmas Tree Ornament 2010 - for Kee-ku|
|1. Stocking for Little Miss, 2. Stocking for Kee-ku|