Wednesday, December 16, 2015

German Christmas Tree

What? I thought you said you only had four Christmas trees? Well, today there is a 5th one I'm sharing. This one is in the guest house and my Mom decorated it. Her theme was a German themed Christmas tree. 
Her ornaments are almost all wooden and handmade in Germany. A lot of the ornaments include people dressed in traditional Bavarian outfits, trolls, deer, snowmen, cuckoo clocks and bright red mushrooms.
 Below is my favorite mushroom that clips on the end...
 I just love this pyramid ornament... she found it in Germany this year. I've never seen one like it!
Below is a witch ornament, a la Hansel and Gretel... 
 Oh, she hid a few non-ornaments in the tree too, like this super cute bear pulling another bear on a sled!
 She also has lots of cute little snowman ornaments, my favorite is this one on a cookie!
She also hid this smoker in the tree, isn't he cute? No, we didn't light it while it sits in the tree!
I think her tree is incredibly cute!!! I just love themed trees!

6 comments:

  1. I love that you have five different Christmas trees! That is so festive and fun. The theme on this one is so cute, and I think it's a great theme for a 'snowy' tree!

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    1. Thank you! I think it feels appropriately alpine on a winter white tree!

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  2. That tree is amazing, Angelina! I love that it's covered in "snow". All those little wooden ornaments are so special. I think it takes a good amount of talent to decorate a beautiful tree...that is why I don't show mine up close! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Adorable! I recognize some German Steiff mohair animals under the tree. The ornaments really stand out on a flicked tree. Love it!!!!! The mushrooms mean good luck I believe. Very fun and unusual.

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  4. I loved this tree.The ornaments form Germany are so pretty. We have a some from our days in Germany years ago. Oh for Christmas market down the road! Merry Christmas, Linda from Home Sweet Home link today

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  5. Beautiful! Merry Christmas! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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