Friday, December 12, 2008

Feather Tree Show and Tell

Sorry so late today with my Show and Tell at Kelli's, but last night was our first performance of Dinner Theatre at church. I came home and went to bed. Still trying to battle a bit of this bug. Then today, I kinda slept in a bit.
This is my feather tree in the guest room. It will stay up now until Easter. I decorate it for Valentines day and Spring.
I kinda went over the top with the foo foo. The garland is from the Dollar Tree. The little pink ornies are from Hobby Lobby and Marshall's. Clear little bulbs from good ole Big Lot. The topper is a ballerina ornie. This is especially for my little grandaughter when she comes over.
I have to tell you...this tree got the eyebrow from my husband. I don't think he quite "got it!" But no fear....my blog friends will.



29 comments:

A Hint of Home said...

Pretty. pretty tree. Very frilly. I'm sure Emma will love it.
Hope you're feeling better.

Darla said...

That's pretty. Hussbands don't get a lot of things and I'll leave it a that!

Jan and Tom said...

Oh yeah...this bloggy friend "gets it"!!! I love it!!! It's soooo pretty!!

~Blessings,
Jan

ps...thanks for the visit!

Needled Mom said...

How nice to have a tree in the guest room!

Glad you are feeling a little better. Hope you continue to improve.

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Very pretty! My friend has a tree that she puts by her front door and it's all pink. Never thought I would have liked something like that but seeing yours as well has changed my mind! Very pretty, enjoy!

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Linda C said...

Such an elegant tree! Very pretty:)
Linda C

Elena said...

Very festive. I like the shot with the lights on. Thank you for your comment on my blog. Have a great day!

the pleasures of homemaking said...

Very pretty! I love the topper - so clever!

Manuela

Happy @ Home said...

What a pretty and feminine tree. I'll bet your granddaughter loves it. It will definitely be a hit with the bloggers.

Glad you are feeling better.

Jean said...

Great tree! Love the pink and green ornaments! Jean

Frazzled Mom said...

Adorable!

Alex said...

Your feather tree is very beautiful! :)

Julieann said...

Your feather tree is gorgeous!

Julieann

Grammy said...

I love it. I don't quite understand. Did you buy the feather tree or make it. I love diffrent types of trees.

Breath of Fresh Air said...

Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Oh, yes, I get it!!!

That's funny about your husband "giving the eyebrow!"

Katherine

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

CeeKay, it's so pretty! I'm sure your granddaughter will get it too!
Valerie

Kathy said...

It's just adorable!
XO
Kathy

Lady Katherine said...

Love the eyebrow from your hubby, mine would do the same! lol Your tree is lovely!

laurie said...

YEP! I get it! I love your feather tree. laurie

Alice said...

I love it! It's absolutely gorgeous! I don't understand why the hubby didn't get it though - LOL. Oh yeah, he's a guy!! hehehe. Thanks for the incredible post! Beautiful.

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Linda said...

Beautiful tree, CeeKay! Check out my post for yesterday's Show & Tell - I have a feather tree as well but it's not as nice as yours! *Smile* Have a nice evening, hope you feel better soon.

Kathleen from Yesteryear Embroideries said...

So very pretty! blessings, Kathleen

Envoy-ette said...

I SO get this tree! I want one too!
Men just don't understand how women love soft, fluffy and shiny things. It's really quite simple.

nannykim said...

Well, thata is one different tree!!
Hope you are feeling better and have a relaxing weekend. (Hey, I have the same background on my blog!)

Kelli said...

Such a pretty and girlie tree...you did a wonderful job decorating it!
~Kelli

Alice said...

Oh, it is so beautiful, Ceekay! I definitely get it. My husband wanted to make a tabletop feather tree that he saw Martha Stewart make on TV. I'll have to show him your big tree for inspiration.

brettinsky said...

I just love feather trees-they are so whimsical and magical looking! This one is beautiful!

Merry Christmas!

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