Oh Christmas tree…

Oh Christmas tree…a collection of all types of Christmas trees. Below you will find some great Do-it-Yourself ideas to make many, many different types and styles of Christmas trees. There are trees made of fabric, paper, wire, old bed springs, funnels, felt, wooden sticks, beads, blocks, yarn, books, buttons, ornaments, ribbon, and more. All pictures were taken either from Pinterest or directly from the web, I claim no rights to any of the photos. Enjoy.


Darling red and white felt Christmas trees. See more @ http://ide-puffen.blogspot.com.


Rolled wrapping paper tree. See more @ http://leslieashe.blogspot.com.


Eclectic wire bedspring holiday tree with a burlap bow. See more @ www.esty.com.


Burlap and pinecone Christmas trees. See more @ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/burlap-and-twine-trees-last-minute-holiday-home-decor-tutorial.


Vintage jewelry tree- beautiful! See more @ www.esty.com.


Christmas tree made of ornament, lights and sticks. See more @ http://noodloves.it.


Christmas tree forest…..a dictonary page tree, a twine tree, and a bean tree. See more @ http://www.beautifulmatters.com/2011/12/handmade-christmas-trees-pt-3.


An Oh-So Merry & Mod Holiday Table ……christmas modern holiday table setting. See more @ http://frostedeventsblog.com/category/holiday.

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Tiered Serving Pieces


Stacked metal cake plates in three sizes form an awesome cupcake server.


Cakes have always been a part of many celebrations and now cupcakes have become one of this countries most popular desserts. In this blog I showcase some delightful cake plates and cupcake servers. Some can  even be made from everyday household items. Enjoy!



Darling blue server topped with glass.


Tall, thin pastry stands.


White serving dishes combine to form a three-tiered serving dish. 

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glass cloche housing an easter display


A cloche was originally a french word for bell that referred to a bell shaped glass dome that served as a covering for protecting plants from cold temperatures. Today, cloche still refers to a bell shaped glass dome, but the dome may be used as a cover for protecting plants but more often than not a cloche is used to cover a decorative display. You can find cloche’s covering old books, clocks, bird’s nests, keepsakes, teacups and yummy desserts. Enjoy browsing through this post featuring the cloche.Maybe you’ll find a great idea to bring into your home.




multiple glass and metal cloches house green plants



chicken wire covers an easter bunny

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