How lovely are your branches.
Jack is in love with this tree, particularly the little houses.
We found all the little houses at the market this weekend. I love how they have little prints on them, like this one. They remind me of 1960's fabric.
I have never been brave enough to display this tree before, except when it was used to decorate our wedding reception. I finally found a stand that keeps the cats away from it, and so far so good. You can find your own pink feather tree at The Feather Tree Company. Mine is the 4 foot deluxe version.
I made the star from card stock and some glass glitter my husband bought me this summer. I spotted the GORGEOUS (really, the photos do not it justice, and we spent a long time trying to get a good photo too!) old tinsel at a sale this summer, wadded up in a bag with new silver garland. I knew from across the room there was good stuff in the bag, and I spent hours this summer untangling it. The plastic snowflakes and chandelier crystals have been with me for years now, from a garage sale, I think.
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree. I hope you aren't already sick of my Christmas stuff, there is a lot of it!