Thursday, December 22, 2011

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree...

The one on your left is created from broken china & the other is made from an old bedspread, vintage buttons & trim mounted on a glass candlestick.
 I made this one using an old quilt that had been discarded by its owner...shame on them!  It was in pretty rough shape, but I salvaged enough to get 2 trees made.  The base is an old lamp-base part.
My gal pal, Dutchess Melanie, made all of her junkin' buddies this tree last Christmas.  She used the back of an old cutter quilt, tiny pearls, & a wooden candlestick as the trunk...she shopped every Thrift Store for an entire year to find enough wooden candlesticks~I'm glad that she did~
 This is the tree that I made as Secret Santa for Susan at Desert Sky Quilts
 The base is a mint julep cup that I distressed then decoupaged a vintage Santa from Graphics Fairy site. It was created from the same old quilt...
This is a pillow that I also made as Secret Santa using yo yo's that my Mother taught me how to make.  Visit Suzanne at Colorado Lady for all that participated in the most fun Secret Santa Swap

 If you have visited The Cranky Queen's blog in the past, you have probably read about her collection of "Little Logan's"...that is what she & her pals refer to as any little boy that resembles her son, Prince Logan.
Look at their little "O" mouths singing a hymn of praise!
Looking toward Heaven!

He is one my fav Little Logan's

This is an old advertisement from a Furniture Store that closed years ago in our town...Look at all the Little Logan's!
 Little Logan when he was only about 6 weeks old...his first Christmas
Prince Logan now at 17 years old!



  1. Interesting tree collection. I like the picture with the tree made with buttons. Think I could do that. Logan has grown up to be quite the handsome young man.

  2. I was waiting to see who would be #300 and I'm glad it was you...you have a fun personality!
    Love your trees! Something I should try next, looks like the possibilities are endless! I couldn't quite make 300 on your blog but I came pretty darn close!

  3. How creative you are. I have never seen trees made from things like this before. I loved them all. What treasures to hand down. Merry Christmas. A very fine looking young man.

  4. Sweet posting! Love your creative little trees--Merry Christmas!

  5. Merry Christmas Tiffany, to you and yours! Hugs,Shell!

    Thanks for becoming a "follower" this year!

  6. Have a beautiful Christmas, Tiffany! Love all the decor.

  7. so handsome...Have a wonderful Christmas!!!

  8. You had great ideas how to create Christmas trees!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!


  9. Love your assortment of trees. The crazy quilt creation is my favorite. And "Prince" Logan is quite the handsome lad. Time sure flies, doesn't it? ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. Hope to see you again this week.

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  10. How fun are those trees! Love them!!

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