Thursday, December 13, 2007

OH CHRISTMAS TREE....OH CHRISTMAS TREE

Finally! The (first) tree is up...and what a job that was.

The first ornament my son ever gave me...about 15 years ago.

A memento from a trip to Ireland..

My very precious Waterford sphere.

A Renoir interpretation..

Various santas..



Diminutive heart...one of many

Crystal ball angel...in flight


Rising Sun..

Dragonflies to hover and butterflies to flit about..


And what would a Christmas tree be without shoes?




8 comments:

Akelamalu said...

OOOh I love your tree and your ornaments, espeically the one from Ireland! :)

Barbara said...

This made me want a Christmas tree once again. It's been so many years. I have the ornaments from my childhood in a box in the basement. It's likely one or both of our children will marry someone who is not Jewish, so I can pass them on!

You have some beautiful ornaments with wonderful memories attached!

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Gewel!
What a great show of your Xmas tree and your typical and very creative decorations!! Do You really hang real (high-heels)shoes in the Xmas-tree? YES? And if so, why? I just wonder and I like the idea anyhow! I like your tree and everything you show me..:)

Have a laugh, Come and look at my blog and see my serie's of alternative christmas decoration. Have a great weekend!

JoAnn greetings,

storyteller said...

How fun to see your tree and ornaments. I've never seen high heels as tree decorations. Thanks for the photo display.
Hugs and blessings,

steve said...

Cool tree...love the shoes, made me laugh!

red dirt scribbler said...

oooooohhhh!!!! i love those shoe ornaments!!! of course your tree is gorgeous, i expected nothing less, ms. creative of all things (you most definitely have the creative midas touch) .... but those shoes, THOSE SHOES!!! i have to find some. they are great. really great.

xxx
red

Mother of Invention said...

Wow! You have some very unique and special ornaments! The shoes are neat!

steve said...

You say the FIRTST tree?
How many trees do you put up?