Sunday, December 11, 2011

Unpacking the tree


A few years back I've  made a christmastree with just
pinecones and lights. (it took me more then one ride to the woods to collect enough pinecones to make this tree).
Modern and tight.
Carefully packed it was waiting on the attic for
it's time to help make this period of the year a bit cozy again.




15 comments:

Lucie said...

Oh wow! It's awesome! What a fabulous Christmas tree :D I'm green with envy, ours is handmade too but from recycled cardboard

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

That is extraordinary! I bet it still smells wonderful!

melsdaisypatch said...

There is only one word to describe that beautiful tree. W O W. That had to be a lot of well worth it work. You are very creative. Love it.

little red home said...

Hoi Sandra, hij is prachtig! Wat een werk hé. Weer eens wat anders dan een kunstboom. Geniet er van. Groetjes, Anne-Marie

Viktoria said...

So beautiful! really an original idea!

Made in Suisse said...

This tree is huge!!It must have been so much work but the result is really worth it!

vilterietje said...

prachtige boom! wat een bijzonder idee en eigenlijk best goedkoop om je boom stijvol te versieren:)

JoChapeau said...

Wauw !!!

Annuk said...

I'm WOWing too!!!!! WOW WOW WOWWWW! That is an amazing Christmas tree!!!!!! You are so creative, Sandra! It looks wonderful with the lights!

Yael said...

WOW Sandra, this is spectacular! How big is that pine cone tree? It is beautiful, I love it!

Annemiek - TwoTrees said...

Prachtig, zo 1 wil ik er ook wel.

Eline S. said...

PRACHTIG!! Wat een gezellige sfeer!

Tante Tuut said...

Super Sandra! Dit is de mooiste boom die ik tot nu toe heb gezien!
Geniet ervan tijdens deze periode!

ominous-invasion said...

Mooi!

A garden just outside Venice said...

Love it and no need to hang any decoration! Ah, modern times! ;-)
xxx