Welcome to Christmas Tree Treasures hosted by Morning Glory at her blog Seeds From My Garden.
This angel is our Christmas tree topper that we’ve used for several years now.
We put the lights on the tree first, then come the red glass ornaments (a few dozen) When they are all placed we add all of our one of a kind that we’ve collected over the years. This was last years tree. This years is not up yet! We plan to get a shorter fatter one this year…
This was our very first ornament that was given to us as a Wedding Gift. We were married December 6, 1974.
The top three ornaments in this collage are the first ornaments for each of our children. 1979 was Josh’s , 1981 was Dan’s and 1986 was Katie’s. The second row in the middle was a very primitive baby Jesus in a 1/2 walnut shell that one of my kids made and I’m sorry to say I don’t know which one. The camel and Winnie the Pooh are from Josh’s baby stash. The little girls on the bottom right are from Dear’s mother and are a lot older than most of our other ornaments.
These are the handmade ornaments my 3 kids made that make me smile whenever I see them. Katie made the angel, Josh made the star and Dan made the reindeer below.
These photo ornaments are all from the same year. Josh with the baseball theme, Katie with the Angel theme, and Dan with the Soccer theme.
This is one of my favorite wooden ornaments.
I’m a huge Beatrix Potter fan and I was thrilled to find these Christmas ornaments. Hunca Munca and the Amiable Guinea Pig.
My heritage is Russian and these ornaments were gifts from my brother Leonard.
I added this Russian ornament to the tree last year.
My Christmas tree skirt is usually a Christmas tablecloth that I drape around the trunk of the tree.
Thank you Morning Glory for hosting Christmas Tree Treasures. To see more click here.
I’ve also linked to Katabug who is hosting Fun Monday Show me your Christmas Ornaments version.
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