Sunday, 11 November 2012

Little November Christmas Trees Ready for Market

Today I went into the city and bought some more coloured beads to finish off the trees. 


My baubles also got a bit more sophisticated, with the use of fine jewelry hook rings rather than the more chunky wire I used earlier. 


The tinsel I made by unwinding some glittery cord. 


They look quite pleasing on parade:

 

...and in the parlor. 


11 comments:

  1. Aah so pretty, they get me all into Christmas-gear :) Lovely to see what you used and how you went about decorating 'm. They are really nice!!

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    1. Thanks Debora! I LOVE your chairs too, thanks for checking out me post!

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  2. Your Christmas trees looks wonderful, love your fine tinsel.

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    1. Thanks Elga! It took me a while to find something I could use for tiny tinsel, glad you liked it

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  3. Just in time for Christmas, and certainly well executed, they look very sophisticated...

    I've just looked at the calendar - not long to go now, so I'd better start getting prepared!

    Jonquil

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    1. Thank you for your kind comments Jonquil! I am now going to move on to try make a wreath. You have inspired me now!

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  4. Hello Emily,
    AWSOMENESS! Pure awsomeness. Your trees are wonderful and the picture of the group just amkes me happy.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. haha thanks Giac! I'm so glad you like them! Are you going to decorate the Manor for the holidays? I would be excited to see it!

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  5. I finished reading all your posts. I always do a blog if I conquer, before putting it on my list of favorite blogs. I like to know the story behind it. I really like your creativity and will follow with interest the construction of your house. See you soon!

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  6. I was directed to your blog by Elga, to see how you do your trees - they are very inspiring indeed! Thanks for the ideas and for telling us about your methods. Now I need to translate similar methods to quarter scale :)

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