book lovers silly season decoration
in accordance with the silly season instead of an actual christmas-tree I opted for a staggering mound of books attempting to resemble something like a tree*; to be fair I did try to buy one, I was never more determined to do so and visited three tree-selling-points, however I was so disappointed in quality and/or price, I gave up
* if trees are triangular, straight edged and have titles on their backs that is
The little space between your books that holds the tiny snowman melted my heart but only for a moment as I didn't want anything to happen to your snowman!
No bought tree for us either. In keeping more with Winter Solstice, I did bring in some trimmed branches from our hedge of juniper tams and made a little tree shaped arrangement. The tree is topped with a very old star shaped golden wire with a tiny French horn on the top and tiny white lights. The other few decorations are dried orange slices that have been dusted a little with cinnamon and tiny white snowflakes that I made over 40 years ago. A small green beaded garland, souvenir from New Orleans is nestled among the juniper branches along with a few red baubles that my husband surprised me with a few years ago. At the bottom of this makeshift tree hangs a little wooden bear because my husband loves bears.
tree make me happy!
once the where part of trees
a verry best idea i like that
daar hou ik van
géén kort leven voor een dennen boom
maar creatieve invulling .... joepi