When I pull out my bins for holiday decorating I am struck by the small forest of different vintage trees that I have collected.
Large tinsel tree. (I have included a yardstick on the side so you can get an idea of size..this one is tall at 28 inches)
I love these old netting trees.Plastic trees heavily flocked with fake snow.
I just marvel at the many varieties of trees that I come across.
These foil ringed trees are another favorite.
Blogland friend Mary sent me the one on the left in the original box. It lights up. They have great embellishments. The white tree probably also lit up at one point, but is corroded inside now.
This is an old party place-card tree that Pam from Plucky Maidens gifted to me.
Vintage pipe cleaner ornament trees.
A pair of embellished bottlebrush style trees. Holiday tree constructed from pipe cleaners, ornaments and silver leaves. I love the star shaped ends of the branches.
This tree is made of super thin plastic and has three light bulbs inside. It lights up and changes colors from red, blue and green. When it is lit it is very hypnotising!
A plastic tree similar to the Crystal Pines that I have blogged about before. (they did not make this post which is getting quite long) There are also tiny ornaments that hang on the branches, but I have not gotten them out yet.
Bottlebrush trees embellished with fruit, pinecones and flowers.
Teeny tiny bottlebrush trees. The great bottlebrush trees I found this year in the orignal boxes.
This tree was given to me by a friend and needed repairs. I was happy to give it new life.
I have a few more trees that did not make this post. This tree filled post is getting crazy long and it is time to say TIMBERRRR..and call it quits. If you are curious about where I display my trees, most of my trees live here with my collection of Christmas light bulb boxes. You can also see a couple of trees that I plugged in for the photo.