Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Tree that's not a Tree

Having just recently moved to Prince Edward Island and still trying to get things unpacked, we decided to forego a real tree this year.

And since there was a large hook in the ceiling just above our lovely bay window, I took a strand of fake garland that already had white lights on it and just hooked the middle of it to the ceiling.  Then I took another strand of garland and zigzagged it between the sides of the first piece.  Add a few coloured lights to the middle garland, and a few small ornaments and one big red bow and ta da...



That's it for this year.  Next year I hope to get a real tree and put out all our ornaments that I've saved over the years.

I hope you will all stick with me in the new year as I show more of our lovely PEI farmhouse and what we are doing to make it our own.

Sharing at:
Be Inspired @ Elizabeth & Co.
The Scoop @ cedar hill farmhouse
Outside the Box @ Pneumatic Addict
Vintage Inspiration @ Knick of Time
Wow us Wednesdays @ Savvy Southern Style
Feathered Nest Fridays @ French Country Cottage
Catch as Catch Can @ My Repurposed Life

8 comments:

  1. I love your garland tree! It's so clever. What a great way to think outside the box and still have a tree. How lucky you are to have a beautiful bay window.

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  2. What a great idea Julie !!!
    I'm loving what little I see already XOXOOX

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  3. Cute idea! I could totally see my five year old son swinging from this, Tarzan style.

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  4. Blessings ! Looking forward to your new life in the new year.

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  5. Looks great, and not nearly the hassle of putting together a tree in a box. I would love to have an espalier tree, or a half tree that hugged the wall and didn't take up much floor space.

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  6. that's the best idea ever Julie! Your diy Christmas tree is perfect in that spot. Maybe it will become a tradition. :)

    Looking forward to seeing your projects at home and otherwise in the coming year!

    gail

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  7. Ha, so clever! Your garland tree looks really nice!

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