It’s almost Friday! 🙂 I think I love Thursdays for just that reason. The promise of the weekend fills the air! 😉
I think it’s no secret or surprise that my mother-in-law goes all-out for Christmas decorating. Or basically any decorating. And even her pared-down decorating is still all-out. There’s less Christmas decor up this year, but it doesn’t feel any less warm or special. Typically decorating around this time of year takes her 3-4 days to get everything up. This year, she opted for 1-2 days of decorating. Which brings me to tiny trees.
This is an old snapped picture of the kitchen tree. It’s not up this year, but it sure is cute! There are lots of fun food ornaments on this tree, as well as those baked cinnamon ornaments that are a fun project around Christmastime. Which got me thinking about the adorableness of having a small tree in a small space, or just a small tree in lieu of a big tree! I’m not picky, I just like ’em!
I love the vintage-y, super-traditional feeling of this tree. And the silver urn (or maybe that is an ice bucket?)! You know me, I like anything shiny. 🙂
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How about this super-metallic tree? It’s classic but has a little bit of modern elegance to it, too.
A quirky, simple, Charlie-Brown-esque tree.
This tree reminds me so much of the little tree that my brother and I used to decorate at my Gramma’s house when we were little. I think it’s the beads. They were always my favorite part of her tree!
Does this still count as a tiny tree? I think it does! 🙂 It’s imperfect and loaded with ornaments and I love it.
Do you decorate any small trees in your home?