Not the best picture, but here's our Christmas tree.
This is an aerial view of our nativity set.
Yes, this is a goldfish ornament, and yes, it is on our tree.
Why? Just cause we can!
This bird nest sits on one of the sturdier, wider branches.
This? Well to be honest, I don't actually know what to call it, but it looks neat...
This here is a cluster of grapes. No way!
In case you can't tell, this is a reindeer wind chime ornament, only there isn't any wind to blow it.
Neat idea though.
This is an ornament from my preschool.
(excuse the arm in the photo- I haven't gotten around to editing these) When I pulled this fishing frog out of the box, I noticed that this fish ornament just happened to be attached to the end of the frog's pole. I kept it that way, just for kicks.
This is an egg house. Kind of odd, but whatever!
|The long one here is what we call the "Dr. Seuss ornament" and you see, we always put the same ornament right by it.|
It's Cindy Lou Who (Who was no more than two)!
I found this kitty ornament our first Christmas with Tiger.
This star is hung at teh top of the tree, right below the angel.
We have a few of these Night before Christmas ornaments in different colors.
I like this one because it's musical!
Yep. A tomato.
This is a mystery. I think it's a cucumber, but my mom says it is most definitely a pickle.
Another music related one...
This is a peacock that clips onto the branch.
I like this one because there's a cat.
This is our angel. Like the shadow on the wall?
Close-up of the nativity set.
The colored lights go in the family room.
I figured out that if my camera is on the nighttime scene setting and I move it around, this is the end result.
Neat, isn't it?
( I crack myself up!)
And last (but most certainly not least) this is the start of our light-up town. When finished, it will have puffy snow, glittery snow, and people.
What does your Christmas set-up look like?