My Seven Christmas Trees!
Every year, we put up our green Christmas tree and decorate it with family ornaments.
My girls argue over who gets to put the angel on top (this year my daughter insisted we switch to a star).
So here’s my traditional Christmas tree – with a touch of quirkiness thrown in for good measure.
Who says feather boas are just for burlesque dancers?
Even a tree needs a little pizazz.
With the traditional tree all decked out, it’s time to mix things up a bit.
From my ladder tree …
with snowy mason jar candles marching up the steps …
to my Christmas tree stand Christmas tree …
to my kitchen mason jar tree in shades of white …
to feather trees decked out in vintage mini ornaments …
to a castoff store display holding more Shiny Brites.
Hey, there’s nothing wrong with starting a new tree tradition all your own.
Or you could check out my Holiday Open House Tour.
Hop over to the FOLK Magazine Blog where I’m sharing even more unique trees.
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I LOVE that mason jar tree. However did you get the branches to hold the WEIGHT of those jars? It’s beautiful.
Love them all! But those feather trees are killllling me! I want them!!!
That horse! I want him. And I love the feather trees. Awesome photos.
I am SO glad to know I’m not the only one with lots of trees… I am at 10 total this year! Our “big” tree in the family room is much like your, with our traditional family ornaments, and the rest are themed but not nearly as fun as yours! Really enjoyed your Christmas tour this year. Xo
Each tree has it’s own special charm … very sweet.
that store display with all of the baubles is just perfect! and you know I love all of your eclectic trees. a good friend of mine has a white tree with orange feather boa … ’cause nothing says Christmas like a boa! 🙂
These are lovely!
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I really like the horse and somewhere there’s a stripper missing her boas.
Love the eclectic trees! But truly….you had me at the boas! The little orange feathers sticking out between the branches are perfect!
Love your white kitchen tree – so unique and beautiful!
What fun the Christmas season must be in your home! I love all the sparkle and creativity you have going on with the trees. Too much fun!
These are each so fun and unique! I love the white tree…it’s so pretty! But the ladder trees are something I would love to try! Happy Holidays!
I LOVE those feather as well. Thanks for the beautiful photos and bringing me some Chrsitmas Cheer!
Sorry I meant “Christmas” Cheer. Oops!
They all look great! Each one is unique and I love the twists. You rock, as always!
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Kelly, I love that you have so many unique trees and found a different way to express your creativity with each one. My favorite is the white, kitchen tree. But, my favorite thing about this post is that it reflects your great style and an air of confidence. I love that about you!
Seven is a lucky number 😉 You were just playing it safe!
Merry Christmas Kelly!!
Your home looked absolutely beautiful Kelly this Holiday season. You had some of the most unique trees I have ever seen! Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Just fabulous, Kelly! I always leave your blog with a smile 🙂 Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family!
Love ’em all, but the ladder tree is my favorite, I think!
I have a rocking horse under my tree, too! Love yours.
I wouldn’t have the energy to put up 7 trees. This decorating stuff is hard. 🙂
I love all of your *trees,* Kelly! Your traditional one is stunning (love the rocking horse) … your ladder tree and tree stand tree are beyond creative. And, the spiral tree is so much fun! All such awesome conversation pieces … love your creativity!
You are amazing! They are all so fun but the one with the mason jars is my favorite. Great photos too. Merry Christmas Kelly!
I loveo your traditional tree, from the sock monkey to the pickle to the pink boa! It’s all fabulous! You know I love your Christmas tree stand tree and all of the others are so much fun and filled with creativity! I’m going to the links to see more! Merry Christmas! Hugs, Leena
Fantastic! I love them all.
Happy Holidays, Kelly! Lovely and Christmassy – all seven of them 🙂 Seasons Greetings from Australia ~Pernilla
Love them all 🙂
Many great ideas for trees here! Love them all!