Monday, November 29, 2010

Kate's Tree

We were so happy to have Kate home for the Thanksgiving
weekend. Now that she is graduated and living in
New York, we don't see her as often as we'd like.
The visit was sweet but way too short.
One of the things she did while she was home was decorate her tree
in the spare bedroom (her former room).

She does her tree all in reds, then adds her collection of
fairy ornaments.

They are lovely ornaments and make a gorgeous tree.

I wish she could be home more to enjoy it.
Her living arrangements in NY
are somewhat temporary, she doesn't have all the things
she loves around her to make her smile.

I know every time I look at her tree I will smile and think of her.

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  1. That's a beautiful tree! I used to do a small all-angel tree. I need to get busy!

  2. Very pretty tree! Still working on mine. Up to my nose in paper, lights, greenery, and ornaments.

  3. The fairy ornaments are so pretty! I've never seen any like it. I hope we can decorate this weekend - I'm getting inspired by everyone I visit today!

  4. Those fairies are just beautiful. Makes me think of a fantasy land for fairies. I have an angel tree covered spiral tree with flower garlands and many all kinds of angel human like and animals. Fun to do. I leave it up all year.

  5. That is such a pretty tree and I love the little fairies.

  6. Oh, and thanks for joining the party this week!

  7. What a beautiful tree! I like all the red and the fairies are cute!

  8. A beautiful tree indeed! and what fun to have her home for a spell! I am eyeing that stack of wonderful quilts, too! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

  9. How sweet! This is unique and fun! Happy holidays! ♥

  10. Hello...

    Ohhh...what a lovely tree! This may be the first time that I've seen a fairy Christmas tree but I just adore it! Your daughter has a fabulous collection of fairy ornaments...I had sooo much fun looking at them! Thank you sooo much for sharing this beautiful tree with us! How sweet that your daughter decorated it for you while she was home! I'm sure that you smile each and every time that you see it! I have three grown daughters and they all live out of state. I usually only see them once a year...I especially miss them at Christmas!

    Warmest Christmas wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

  11. i love these amy brown fairies! i have only 1 ornament, but it is a favorite of mine for sure. thanks so much for sharing this!


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