Monday, December 7, 2020

The tea tree is up!

Last year, I decorated with my vintage aluminum tree, so this was the year to pull out the white tree featuring all of my tea-themed ornaments. (I say "all," but I know there are a few more that I've hidden somewhere and haven't located yet!) 

Of all the trees I've decorated over the years, this one gives me so much pleasure because the vast majority of the ornaments were gifts from family and friends who know of my love of teatime. Every ornament pictured below was a gift. And aside from the ornaments themselves being gifts, I think it's truly a *gift* to have so many thoughtful family members and friends, and I feel rich indeed when I pull these out at Christmas—rich in all the ways that matter!





 








8 comments:

  1. It's so pretty Angela! Love a white tree! Enjoy!

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  2. Such a wonderful collection of Tea Themed Christmas ornament. It all looks so pretty on your Winter White Christmas Tree. What fun to stop and look at and view each and every ornament.

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  3. Beautiful! I love it

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  4. Love your tea tree. The white tree really helps to show off the ornaments. The variety of tea themed ornaments amazes me as I also have a tea tree and have a totally different assortment of ornaments! The little girl in the red dress holding a teapot is adorable!

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  5. Those are such nice ornaments! It's wonderful that each has a special meaning.

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  6. Your white tree is so pretty with all your tea ornaments! You have a nice variety in your collection. Each ornament has its own special memories! Enjoy!

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  7. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your tree.

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  8. I love the pictures of your tea tree. Mine is up and has a few ornaments on it, I'll get the rest done in the next couple of days. I always enjoy unpacking the ornaments and the memories that come along with them.

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