Ca y est: an overdose of decorations in Paris & the Oise helped me a to get into the mood for Christmas!
After several years I found our xmas lights again! In the mean time the pine tree in our garden grew so much that the light string only covers a small part of it. It used to wrap around the entire tree!
We never have a real ( or fake ) xmas tree at Studio Sapique. We could, but with 3 plant-eating cats it's not so great. Also, I prefer keeping trees in the ground, so the pine tree in the garden is perfect: I cut off a few branches for inside, because they smell so nice! Very christmassy!
If you have one, what does your xmas tree look like?
8 thoughts on “Our xmas tree!”
Wat grappig dat je boom zo hard gegroeid is! Het ziet er heel gezellig uit zo.
Mijn kerstboom (mét kluit, plant ik na kerst weer in de tuin) zit vol met lampjes en minikerstballetjes in allerlei kleuren :)
Ja kleine boompjes worden groot ;o) Fijn dat je de boom na kerst in de tuin verder laat groeien. Leuke gestippelde kerstballetjes hangen er nu in je boom zie ik!
I grew up with fake ones, it is quite difficult to get real ones in Colombia. So now I get a real one because I like the smell. Plus we move so much that a fake one would be one more box to add!
Hahahhaa that's a great “excuse”! I love the smell of xmas trees too! That's why I cut some branches and put a few on my desk as well: hmmmmmmmm!
Oh, Judith, i love the simple festivity that a string of white lights bring. Your snaps perfectly capture their festive spirit! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Will for your kind words! The lights are really simple, but it makes me so happy to come home and see our xmas tree outside!
I've never had a tree but am fortunate to celebrate with people who do:)nice pics!
Thanks Tina! Celebrating with others (with or without tree) is the best!