Tuesday, December 7, 2010

A little tree tour!

Our antique glass ornaments from our families. 
My Santa Claus phase! 
Then my snowman phase. 
A few whimsicals. 
Of course, a Nutcracker representing the annual family trek to the Nutcracker Ballet. 
And finally, my favorite ornament of all.  This is my angel from my tree as a child.  It was given to me by my grandmother.  My grandmother is who I inherited my love of all handwork from.


Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

You sure have amassed a lovely collection of ornaments. I enjoyed seeing them all. Love that little angel from your childhood tree. What precious memories it must evoke! Happy holidays to you!

Aunt 'Reen said...

What a beautiful & lovely sentimental collection of ornaments! That Angel is so sweet & precious! How awesome that you still have it from your childhood.

Anne-Mette said...

What a joy - to open the computer and visit your blog and admire your beautiful Christmas ornaments. I find it hard to pick out one or two, because they are all very special and for sure bring lots of memories to you.
Thank you so much for sharing with us.
Greetings from DK,

merumo said...
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merumo said...

Your ornaments are beautiful! Where are the glitzy ones? lol

Stray Stitches said...

Beautiful ornaments. Isn't it great to be able to have some from previous generations.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

All your ornaments are beautiful--- but the last one "Little Angel" is adorable and ---because it was given to "you" from your grandmother-- little "Miss Angel" is a "special" treasure! Carolyn

Sue-Anne said...

Hi Cheryl, You have certainly got some beautiful Christmas decorations, lots of treasured memories.

Heather said...

All your vintage ornaments are so charming! I remember decorating the tree when I was younger with my Dad, he would always pull out the "special ones" and put them on the tree. There was a particularly lovely pink one with stripes, it was my favourite. It was his mother's, I think he may still have them even today.