It’s time again for No Place Like Home with our hostess Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage. This is the 4th Monday.
This year we stumbled on a good deal for a pre-lit artificial tree so we surrendered to the idea for the convenience. The Angel topper has been with us for most of our Christmases.
Our first Christmas ornament in the upper left corner was a wedding gift back in 1974. We were married in December. Many old ornaments and some new ones mixed in.
I have a college friend who sends these pop up cards every year. We’ve saved most of them and like to display them. There are several more of them not pictured.
From our home to your home we hope that you have a melody in your heart during this joy filled time of year!
“O Come, Let Us Adore Him”
17 thoughts on “No Place Like Home #4”
Your tree and decorations are beautiful, you home is lovely. Love the Nat King Cole song.
I wish you and your family a very happy Christmas! Take care, have a great day and a happy week!
Beautiful and memorable decorations. I love the pop-up cards so much. You have a grand piano!!!! So lovely.
Absolutely gorgeous! Love the piano so much!
…home is where it’s at for me.
It’s all looking lovely. Good to see all you different tree ornaments, especially the ones that go way back. Dpecial memories I’m sure. B x
You’ve collected many beautiful ornaments over the years!!
Beautiful and adorable pictures!Blessings!
Hello Ellen! I love your assortment of special ornaments! They really do add so much love and wonderful sentiment to your tree. Your crochet angel is precious! I enjoyed seeing the instruments hanging on the wall and your lovely piano. I have my father’s violin hanging on the wall in the family room and it brings me such comfort to have it there. Thank you for sharing your wonderful post at my party this week. Christmas hugs…Sandi
Since I put up my Christmas decorations early, I’m all about the artificial pre-lit tree!
I enjoyed seeing your lovely ornaments, especially the cute British-themed ones and crochet angel topper!
Thanks for the visit. I also like English Breakfast and Earl Grey. They’re classics for a reason!
Your tree is beautiful, Ellen! We are finding that real trees are getting to be too heavy for us to haul in and out of our house. Our community cuts them down from our foothills as part of fire mitigation and they are often very large. I might be downsizing a bit in future years. I loved seeing your special ornaments–I think I spied a few from the grandchildren? Our tree is much the same. Have a very Blessed and Merry Christmas!
Such pretty ornaments and those pop up cards are amazing. Everything looks so wonderful.
Your Christmas tree looks so lovely, Ellen! The angel topper is beautiful. Your collages of ornaments and cards are filled with memories. My late beloved and I were married in 1970. May you have a happy week.
Your tree is delightful with its old and new collected ornaments, so full of meaning! How cool that you have your first ornament as man and wife! Hope you enjoy your artificial, pre-lit tree. There are some definite perks!
Merry Christmas, Ellen! Your home is full of Christmas and goodness. It’s always a joy to visit here.
Do u know the history behind each pop up card? I’d would love to hear what u find out!
I do not know the story behind each one. They are all from Graphics3Inc.com Jupiter, Florida. The finest pop up designs since 1974.
Thankyou for responding!