Saturday, December 20, 2008

Some of my favorite Christmas Ornaments

These are just some of the ornaments on the tree. First is one of the first ornaments I purchased when I "grew up" and had my own tree. (See Rue I told you I had a set of bells just like yours!)
Next two glass ornaments I just love the Santa and the little glass snowman.
Three glass balls.
King Tut from the King Tut exhibit in Chicago. (My youngest went through an egyptian phase)
Fat Santa.
Fat Snowman.
My youngest had a white snow suit when she was a baby and this ornament reminded me of her.
My Santa lightbulb.
I just thought this guy was cute.
My husband is a carpenter so here is his tool man ornament.
His saw ornament.
His level ornament.
I have two of these. They aren't the prettiest but my dad brought them home to my mom on there first Christmas in 1960 so they are as old as I am.
This is the first ornament I bought for my oldest daughter. (I'm not sure why she hasn't taken this one to her house with all of the others?)
Each year I get my three girls a special ornamnet. Some of them have their names on them and some of them are just the same ornament for all three. This is one of my youngest's ballerina ornaments.
This is her carousel horse.
This is one of my middle daughters ornaments.
I try my best to get an ornament when we travel somewhere as a family. This one is from New York.
Out of order but this is my youngest when she was 5 yrs old. (Isn't she adorable!)
Here is another of my middle daughter's ornaments.
Back to travel ornaments. This one is from our trip to Chimney Rock.
This one from Washington DC.
The home of Mark Twain in Hannibal MO.
One of our Chicago trips.
A favorite from Jamaica.
One of our best trips was to Biltmore Mansion. (Awesome)
Well that's it for now. Sorry about getting them mixed up a little bit. There are many more on this and a couple of other trees. Maybe I will save some for next year. Believe it or not I purchased more ornaments on my girl's day out with my daughters yesterday. I'll show them when I post about the trip tomorrow.

9 comments:

Linda said...

You have some really sweet ornaments. My daughter danced for many years so most of the ones I sent with her when she moved out were ballerina's.

Wagonwife Designs said...

You have some really beautiful ornaments. So many reminders. I love the popcicle picture frame. I have a few with pictures of my children.
Those cherished ones made at school.
Thanks also for your note about my nativity. It was my Grandmother's. I cherishit. Did yours come down in the family?
Thanks again,
Debra

Debbie Kay said...

Sweet ornaments, enjoyed them all.

The Charm House said...

I can tell that all of your Christmas ornaments are so treasured!! Just the way they are suppose to be!!! Wonderful! I love all of your Christmas decorations, especially the vintage ones!
Hugs and blessings,
Yvette

Lisa B. said...

I think King Tut and the duck are my favs! Thanks for sharing your ornaments...I love all the memories behind them!!!

creative breathing said...

Peggy, Your decorations are all so personal and wonderful. I especially like the husband ornaments. We must all have them hidden on our trees! Thank you so much for visiting my blog. Have a wonderful holiday! Elizabeth

TattingChic said...

Thanks for sharing some of your ornaments with me! They are fun. I just popped in to say thank you for your sweet words about my tatted snowflakes! :)

Shabby Cottage Collectibles said...

Thanks for sharing your Christmas ornaments they are wonderful! Wish you a very Merry Christmas, Esther

Picket said...

Hello friend! Your ornament collection is beautiful & filled with so many memories! Thanks so much for coming by and for the sweet comment..hope all is well with you & yours. Merry Christmas to you sweetie!

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