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Monday, November 13, 2017

White Ceramic Christmas Tree's and a Pink Lincoln


I guess I now have a 'collection" of white ceramic Christmas trees since I found another one this past summer at a yard sale.   I now have a total of 3,   doesn't that make a collection?


The one I found this past summer is the biggest ceramic tree I've ever seen.    The photo doesn't show it very well,  but it's painted with opalescent white paint.   
  I found another white ceramic tree at a yard sale a couple of weeks ago that is the smallest one I've ever seen......you'll see it later on the mantel in the master bedroom.


I have two Thomas Kinkade old world Santas under the tree.


This is the white ceramic tree you've seen me use in Christmas's past.     I bought both of my trees for less than $5 at yard sales.    I noticed that Hobby Lobby and Target have green ones available this season for about $30.


My ceramic trees are on each side of a wooden picture of Santa.....


I am doing a mason jar theme in the kitchen this Christmas,  so I had to have a mason jar or two included in my vignette.    I have laid the Mason jar on it's side and filled it with pearls,  little pink Christmas trees,  and a pink Lincoln.


Spilling out of the Mason jar are pearls,   a Christmas tree,  and a pink Mustang convertible.


I've finished decorating the kitchen for Christmas,   now I can move on to the family room!

15 comments:

  1. Penny!!!
    I was just going to email you to tell you that Michael's has a large Pink Santa sign and a small plaque to match!!! But I see you already have the large one!!!LOL!! Did you buy it at Michael's? I bought the large one that you have for my Dining Room and there was a little one that I hung on the window divider in the Dining Room. As soon as I saw it , I knew I had to have it!! LOL!! LOVE those white trees!!!!! I have never seen a white ceramic tree around here but I will be on the look out for one now for sure!!! I have finished the Dining Room and have stripped down the Living Room and will start that tomorrow as I am off for 3 days now.....LOVE this post!!!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  2. Penny,
    When I saw your post, I thought of this post and this print. I don't know if you saw it but thought you might be interested....
    https://www.tinselbox.com/millennial-pink-vintage-car-christmas-tree-print/
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  3. Penny, I love your trees. The little pink cars are so unusual, just love them. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  4. I have never decorated any of my kitchens for holidays! Yours looks so wonderful.

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  5. While I love your decorating style, do you find that people are reluctant to make themselves comfortable in these rooms? I would. I'd almost want to have myself shrinkwrapped so as not to leave a speck of dirt behind.

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  6. I love what You made with the jar, wonderful decor!!
    Hugs Alessandra

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  7. Ancient Wanderer, I was thinking the same thing. Also, Penny, how do you find room to bake?

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    1. Hi Vicky, there is a big island in the center of the kitchen that I always keep cleaned off for cooking. hugs....

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  8. Love your stuff Penny! My trailer is very sparse and I really LOVE peeking at your home! So original! You make me happy with your posts! Thanks so much for sharing your talent in decorating! I will be looking for those white trees here in Southern Oregon! Thrift store trip!

    Do you have any tips for mailing packages? We spent almost $100.00 in postage last year! Just curious.

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  9. Penny, this is simply beautiful I absolutely love your colors! Thank you so much for sharing with us each week at the What to do Weekends Party! I'll be Featuring your beautiful Christmas post this Thursday night on Shoestring Elegance's party!
    Cheers!
    Theresa @ Shoestring Elegance

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  10. Lovely, Penny. I had a big ceramic tree that I passed along to my daughter that belonged to her great grandmother.

    I love that Santa picture!!!! xo Diana

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  11. WOW!!! Your kitchen looks amazing!

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  12. i have a green ceramic tree also a white one since i like color i got holly lights for the white one and ponttsettas[spelling] for the green one.dont start with Christmas till after thanksgiving............ nancy in wi

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