Christmas Trees Around the World.

Colleen has come up with a wonderful idea of us all sharing photos of our Christmas trees and she will collate all the pics so we get a good look of Christmas around the world. 

My tree is an artificial 6ft black Christmas one. I have had this now for about 12 years. When I first moved into this house with Miss Hap (she was 3 months old at the time), I didn’t have any Christmas decorations, so my younger sister bought me this tree which came with some lovely silvery decorations which set it off perfectly.

I still use the same decorations. but I also have added to them a little over the years. Two of them were ones that Miss Hap Made when she was 4 and 5 years old

 

 

These two decorations were recently sent over to me from a special blogging friend Wendy. The shells are from near her home in Australia and she made these beautiful decorations in my favourite colours for me and some also for our mutual friend Mary-Anne who lives in Canada in her favourite colours. I actually received 5 of them, and they are so pretty.

53 thoughts on “Christmas Trees Around the World.

  1. I’m so pleased the decs have a place on your tree . I enjoyed making them . A black tree akeays looks chic… And things the kids have made help make Christmas trees look loved … They mark out the years and inspire reminiscing … Lovely idea to share .

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  2. Great tree, great memories, Judy. Lovely how we add to our Christmas Tree decorations every year. I’m loathed to throw or give any away, so many have to stay in the box each Christmas.

    I’ll be participating in Colleen’s challenge once our tree is up on Sunday.

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  3. It’s wonderful to receive gifts from friends and when we can hang them every year and celebrate by having them close, that’s just precious. Thanks for sharing your tree and the wonderful ornaments. I feel full of Christmas magic! 😀

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  4. This looks lovely! My tree is an artificial one that I bought from Argos about 6 years ago, and it’s certainly past it’s prime… I always think that it’s been on the gin all year as it always looks drunk when I put it up…

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