Welcome to Day Three of my Tour. Today isn’t much of a tour of my home as it is more of my Christmas Tree. I wanted to share some of my favorite ornaments on my tree.
This is just a view of my tree lit up at night.
Here is our tree during the day. I wrapped it in two different silver ribbons this year to go with my new silver tree topper. I am pretty happy at how my tree turned out this year. I remember changing it about this time last year!
This is my newest ornament this year. My family always exchanged ornaments and this was from my mom for this year. She gave it to me early while I was in TN so I could go ahead and put it on my tree.
I love this ornament. It is actually a bright pink with different brightly colored dots on it. I couldn’t get a real good picture of it so you could tell the true color. I just really like this one because it is very different than most I have on my tree.
This was the ornament from my mom last year. Love it because it is so whimsical! There is actually another tree on the other side of the ornament as well. So cute!
What’s a tree without any Santa ornaments?! Here is one of my favorite ones.
This ornament is from my sister a few years ago. It is actually made out of blown glass. So pretty and SUPER heavy! I am always nervous when I put this one on the tree!
Here is another ornament that is very different than the rest on my tree. It is so simple but so pretty!
If you can’t tell my now, I love glass ornaments with glitter! 🙂
This ornament was from my mom to symbolize our wedding. We got married in January and our colors were brown, aqua, and chartreuse green. It is hard to tell in this picture but it is the chartreuse color and of course the snowflake would be for the January winter!
And lastly, who doesn’t love a little touch of the great outdoors on their tree?! Last year, I decided to take advantage of the HUNDREDS of pine cones that were in our backyard and glittered some for decorations around the house. Some are on the tree, some on the dining table centerpiece, and the rest in the light decoration above the dining room table. (You would never know we only have one pine tree in our backyard! It is so large and so old that it produces enough you would think you were in the woods!!)
But here are two pictures of my pinecones.
That concludes the tree tour for today! Tomorrow, I will be heading outside to show off our house decorations. Stay tuned! 🙂