We all had a wonderful Thanksgiving here at Hopscotch Lane! Lots of eating and relaxing.
Now that all of the pie and leftover turkey is gone it is time to jump right into Christmas.
So here it is out Dining Room Christmas Tree 2012!
This is the biggest bushiest tree we have had to date. Last year was our first time in a long time having a live tree. We loved it so much we HAD to get another one and I think this one is just as perfect as last year. Like my bedroom tree, most of the ornaments are handmade. I love handmade ornaments, in 20 years I know I will be so excited to take out each ornament and feel all warm and fuzzy inside with the memories of making them.
Here's the tree in all of it's night time glowy glory!
Thank you all for your lovely comments on the owl pattern! I am so happy you all are enjoying it! Also if you blogged about your owl please keep the links coming :) I can't tell you how happy it makes me to see all of your little owls hanging on your trees! You can also add your project on Ravelry here if you have the time.
Wow! Your tree looks fantastic! I am hoping to get a couple of your lovely owls made in time to hang on my tree this year, better get busy!ReplyDelete
What a lovely tree! In our country (Netherlands) we are beginning with decorating the trees medio december. You can enjoy your tree for so many weeks... wow. Thats great in these dark days.ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous!! Love all your handmade ornaments!!ReplyDelete
Wauw!!!This is really a beautiful creative cosy christmas tree!!Here in Holland we firts have Sinterklaas(Santa-Claus)from Spain who brings presents for little kids who believe in him on the 5th of december,and with to adolescents it's something we don't celebrate anymore,so what I'm going to do on this Dutch 'Sinterklaas'night?I'm gonna decorate my christmas tree!!Because decorating a christmas tree before the 5th of december is not done here in Holland!ha,ha,ha...out of respect for Sinterklaas en the little kids who still believe...can't wait to hang my crochet deer on the wall I made two weeks ago!ReplyDelete
greats and have a nice christmastime!
Another gorgeous tree, and your handmade ornaments are perfect.ReplyDelete
our tree is just beautiful. I know that takes alot of time to decorate a tree that size.ReplyDelete
what a wonderful tree!!!ReplyDelete
What a lovely treeReplyDelete
Hi there, I just found your blog link on Robin's blog and I just **LOVE** your tree and the bright and fun decorations on it!! I'm glad to find your blog and would love to try an owl ornament.ReplyDelete
*H*A*P*P*Y* * *H*O*L*I*D*A*Y*S*!*!*!*
((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Hopefully next year I will be able to make one! That tree is fantastic! :)ReplyDelete
Oh my word - your tree is absolutely amazing! How many lights do you have on there? My trees look positively sparse in comparison :-( I love your blog, it's so incredibly inspiring. XXReplyDelete
I just adore your Christmas tree..what a pretty collection of decorations!ReplyDelete
Magnificent, fairy Christmas tree! So beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your home is cozy and crafty - I'd gladly live with you! I've made 3 owls and I'll send you some pics ASAP!ReplyDelete
What a pretty tree! You have a great collection of ornaments.ReplyDelete
Oooh! your Christmas tree is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
You have a cozy home with all these lights.
It's adorable. I love all your hand crocheted ornaments and the color! It's beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love your Christmas tree. The ornaments are adorable and the color is stunning!ReplyDelete
It's amazing I love all of them and your tree is even more special xxReplyDelete
Your tree looks beautiful for Christmas.ReplyDelete
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley
This is seriously the most beautiful tree I have EVER seen. Ever.ReplyDelete
I Love your tree just beautiful, love homemade anything!! I really like your curtains, I LOVE RED!!ReplyDelete