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Christmas 2021

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Wow, can you believe 2021 is coming to an end already? I know it’s sounds cliche that time flies by, but time is really flying by and I realized I did not share my Christmas decorations with you. Let me remedy this right now.

I typically put up several trees in my home, this is a picture of my main one. I love using black/white buffalo check with deep reds and creams. You can see in the picture how I also use lots of textured ribbons and decorations to give is unique look.

This vintage aluminum tree is a showstopper in its own right. My husband gifted me this tree several years ago. It took him awhile to find one in such great shape, but I sure am happy he did. I like to use vintage decoration, this year I chose blues/teals and silver bulbs.

My home isn’t the only place I get to make festive. Here is a picture of our church stage all decorated for Christmas. I had so much fun with this tree, mostly because it’s new, huge and I could really be creative with it. It’s a shame I’ll have to take it down soon.

Also gracing our stage is the nativity of Jesus Christ. This picture really doesn’t do this scene any justice. It’s truly beautiful and a perfect way to promote reflection on the real reason for season.

This is a glimpse at some of the tree decorations on the “children’s church” tree. It’s fun, whimsical, busy. Almost like Christmas exploded onto this tree.

Last but not least is this woodland themed tree. As beautiful as the stage tree is, I have to say this is my personal favorite (shh, don’t tell the others). I love using red berries and again you can really see all the texture added with the different ribbons and ornaments. That poinsettia is the best, it’s made of felt, wired and sprinkled with glitter. I’m in love with it.

I was definitely busy with decorating trees this year. If I wasn’t a pro at it before, I definitely am now. Let me know what you think, which one is your favorite?

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