We had a wonderful Christmas with a house-full of friends and family keeping things merry and bright. Did you have a good day? I cherish the holidays, but also enjoy the start of a new year and I’m really looking forward to 2013! Before we pack up Christmas and start celebrating the new year, I wanted to highlight some of your beautiful, carefully decorated, and memory-filled Christmas trees. Thank you to everyone who linked up at our Holiday Cheer link party this year. We had such great participation, I’m sure we’ll bring it back next year. 🙂
One thing I like about these link parties is that it introduces me to new blogs! When I clicked on the links to read the posts about the tress, I often found myself browsing around older posts, peeking into people’s homes and admiring how lovely each of you live. Thank you for giving me a glimpse into your life. That’s the beauty of the home blogger! 🙂
Here are some of the trees I found intriguing, but you can see them ALL
Chelsea’s jewel toned tree really wows.
This branch tree is really stunning- so creative.
I found the book page garland really cute.
I loved getting to people’s holiday decor complimenting their trees too.
This red heart ornament was knitted with a wooden heart during a blog ornament exchange. I think that is so sweet!
How cool is this tree sitting atop an old galvanized tub?! The sled in the background is great too.
How pretty is this?! It looks even better between those two chairs and against the backdrop of the minty walls and window.
Don’t underestimate the beauty of a tiny tree! I love how she wrapped the ribbon.
There’s something so sweet about a baby’s first Christmas.
Rustic glam at its best!
At Wills Casa, Amber showed how she DIYed Polaroid photos into Christmas ornaments.
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Oh wow, an ombre tree! I had never seen this before!
I was crazy for this sewn bunting on this baby’s tree.
I loved the shape of Amanda’s tree.
Jennifer’s tree is as gorgeous as her entire home.
Thank you again for linking up! Merry Christmas to you!