I don’t know about you but my tree never looks like it belongs in Rockefeller Center. As much as I dream of some exquisitely decorated, fancy shmancy tree, my tree will always remain a “family” tree. It is full of gorgeous memories and fun reminders of people and events that we have enjoyed throughout the years. Sometimes I can’t remember what I need to get at the grocery store, but I can remember when and why we got almost every ornament we put on our tree. To me, my tree encompasses the true meaning of the holiday season.
These awesome ornaments are from some bloggers who have hit the nail on the head when it comes to keeping some sentiment in their holiday.
You can get that giddy smile on your face and relive your wedding day when you use remnants from your bouquet to make this ornament from A Bride on a Budget.
Your child’s first Christmas, or their first trip to the beach can be preserved in this great idea by Where the Smiles Have Been.
Commemorate a trip or a special place with these map ornaments by Blue i Style.
Here’s another map idea from Lovely Etc. using a round ornament.
My daughter’s preschool made these ornaments as gifts for the parents one year and I absolutely loved it! The ladies at We Know Stuff show you how to do it!
I was floored when I saw this replica of Unskinny Boppy’s house that she MADE!!!!! It is a. maze. ing.