Tuesday, December 7

Christmas Tree...part one

I thought I would share a few photo's of my Christmas tree.

Decorating the tree is always a real labor of love and usually takes me 4 to 5 hours!




I enjoy unwrapping each ornamanet and reflecting on the memories behind each of them.

















This year I used my wedding gown as my tree skirt! I live in a Victorian and my Christmas decorating seems to always gravitate to this era...with lot's of sparkle and BLING, of course! The back of my multiple lace teared gown adds to the effect. :)
















I hope you enjoyed the photo's of my tree...

I will be posting photo's of more of my favorite Christmas decor ...

Check back soon!







Sending Holiday love to you all!

14 comments:

LuLu Kellogg said...

This is gorgeous!

Charlene said...

Oh I know that decorating a tree is a LABOR of LOVE!!!!!!!!! Yours is indeed beautiful! I love it!!!! And using your gown as a tree skirt is ingenious!!!! I would love to see your home in person!!!! Maybe when I come out to visit & go to the Gem Show together I will get a tour!!!! How's the cold? Better I hope! I'm looking forward to seeing more decor. I haven't posted my tree yet but, I did a post on Saturday that has a family photo of us visiting Santa with the GRANDS! HUGS! Charlene

Glenda/MidSouth said...

What a pretty tree! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Diana said...

What a fabulous tree! Your ornaments are glorious. Happy holidays.
Hugs
Diana

Holly Loves Art said...

Pitter pat pitter pat... that's my heart all a flutter for your beautiful tree! And even prettier below... the necklace is just absolutely divine! I love it here! I'd like to move in. :)
Hugs,
Holly

Teri said...

Very vintage and so unique. I love the idea of using your wedding gown as a tree skirt. Thanks for inviting me into your home!

mo said...

I am your newest follower. (You had me at using your wedding dress as the tree skirt) Bravo! *hugs*

Curtains In My Tree said...

I just love the idea of putting your wedding dress under the tree for a shirt.

Better than butter(what)?

I use a tablecloth and thought that was creative.

Janice

Bohemian said...

Using your Wedding Gown as a Tree Skirt is a lovely idea. This year I'm using some Vintage fabric that I really like and goes with my Vintage Ornament theme this year. I love your Tree, all the hard work you put into this labor of love shows... and I am SO enjoying all the Christmas photos everyone is sharing in Blog Land!

Christmas Blessings... Dawn... The Bohemian

Maija said...

Congrats on your beautiful win at Tamerie's site!! Looks like it will be perfect for you!!

THE PICKLED HUTCH said...

Your tree puts my tree to shame. And I can say that because I Have seen it in person. It is truly magical Deb.
xoxo
Lisa & Alfie

Pretty Things said...

Your wedding gown! What an absolutely inspired idea!!!!

I love trees such as yours. One of my dearest friends has several trees in her home that take hours and days to complete and I love taking that blog home tour! Thanks so much for sharing yours!

Cindy Adkins said...

So beautiful!!! It's all exquisite!! And I love the name of your blog--sensational!!
XO

Holly Loves Art said...

Popping in to say hello and to wish you a very happy New Year Year! I'm so looking forward to seeing you in 2011! We are going to have so much fun at Moulin Rouge!!

Your tree is gorgeous. Perfect for a "Painted Lady" Victorian!
Hugs,
Holly