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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

White Wednesday: 2010 "Theme" Tree

How fitting that I would have pictures of my theme tree this year all ready to go in time for White Wednesday....because, after all, my theme tree for this year is white! White with birds and snowflakes to be exact.

I'll be linking up with Faded Charm for White Wednesday, so be sure to check back to see all the other wonderful whites for this week!

In the meantime...............

These little "bouquets" of flowers and ribbon I made myself and then tucked them into the branches.

Mr Snowy Owl gets to sit right at the top of the tree. An owl is considered a good luck omen!

Thanks for stopping by!


time-worn interiors said...

Your tree looks fabulous!

Bella said...

Hi Katie, Love your white tree!! I was in a hurry to start Christmas decor, now I am soo behind, that seems to be the way it goes:-))
We have stairs that are the same shape as yours and yep I put my tree in the same spot:-))


Melanie said...

Your tree looks amazing! I love your little owl. I have a white glass owl near the top of my tree as well.

A Cottage Muse said...

What a great tree and I am loving that owl! Happy WW!

Mariette said...

Dearest Kathie,

What a great WHITE 'Theme' Tree for 2010! Love your self made bouquets with ribbons!
The owl is also a very special top.

Have a great week.

Mariette's Back to Basics

Sherry said...

Oh, this is gorgeous!! I love the theme and the owl! He is so cute.

Rebecca said...

Your tree is gorgeous-nothing compares to white-even on a christmas tree!

victorian parlor II said...


Your tree is gorgeous!!! I love the new look of your blog too:).



Lavender Cottage said...

Your tree is absolutely stunning. I've started using white flowers in my vases for Christmas the last couple of years and I don't miss having red ones. Hmm, an all white tree would work well for me too.