It’s the “I’m a Fan of Christmas Decorations” edition!
This time of year, the GWRN home and office becomes a winter wonderland, with a theme of what I call “overabundance of trees.”
We have a total of 17 decorated trees ranging in all sizes and shapes, including ceramic, pine needle in burlap, Victorian gold and red, silver with red, metal with lights (outdoor), tabletop sizes, a food-only tree, and wall décor that we put bulbs on (my definition is: has branches and we hang ornaments on them, so I count those too).
The only thing we don’t have this year is a live tree. No reason, just didn’t see the need to purchase one.
Here are some of our trees:
I also collect nativity sets. Some are set out for the season; others are on permanent display in this glass case:
Other decorations include mantle garland with lights, topiaries, giant balls hanging from the eaves outside, outdoor lights, door wreaths, doorknob bells, garland, twinkle lights, most of the hand-made decorations through the years, and these miscellaneous items: