Wednesday, December 19, 2012

A Little Bit More Christmas...

I submitted this small tree in the Country Living Christmas Tree Contest.  If you like it, follow the link and click 'like!'  But, hurry...the competition ends tonight!  The most 'likes' wins a Kindle Fire HD 7! 
I found some Mistletoe in a tree at our church.  At night, my daughter scaled the tree and clipped it off.
 Something doesn't seem right about that, does it?
I put little bunches tied with ribbon all around the house.
The girls and I have been cutting triangles forever to make this banner for the tree.  I can't say I have a theme going here, but it feels very L.L. Bean-ish with a pop of spunk.  I glued the paper to twine and wrapped it all around the tree.
I don't scrapbook, but I love all the different papers and patterns that are available.  The triangle with the circles is actually the back of our Christmas card. 
Since it is the season of giving, I thought I would give myself this rustic star.  I found it at a consignment store next to a really large one.  I snagged only this one and drilled a hole in the bottom to put it on top of my tree.

Now, I have a banner on my tree and a star on top.  I'm making progress.
Merry, merry Christmas!  I hope your holiday is full of peace and simplicity!
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Trish @TheOldPostRoad said...

Love it! Merry Christmas!

Megan said...

so pretty!!! Back in 8th grade my best friend and I cut down a bunch of mistle toe and tied bunches together and sold them. I had forgotten about it until now hearing your story! I also heard the story of how mistle toe got it's tradition the other day on the radio, kind of interesting! Merry Christmas!


Blondie's Journal said...

I love your little tree...I hope you win! I have been into garlands this year and though they look simple, there is some work involved!! Yours is so cute and I love the story of getting the mistletoe!! lol!


Unknown said...

Your home is looking lovely!

Andrea said...

All your touches are so pretty. I'm an avid quilter, and seeing your red and white quilt makes me want to rush up to my sewing room and make one in time for xmas =) Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Karen said...

Christie, what a great idea for using the scrapbook paper. I see all the beautiful paper and think surely I could do something with this. You have created "simplicity" at its best! Merry Christmas to you & your family.

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