Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christmas tree alternative...


Little Molly still loves to chew things so sadly there will be no Christmas tree up in our place this year... Im nervous the tree may get eaten. This could be a possible gorgeous alternative!? Pretty and pet friendly!? Perhaps this weekend I should head to the shops and find something lovely, you would not know it was Christmas in our home right now! Kellie xx


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37 comments:

  1. So sparkly and beautiful! I love it, Kellie!!

    xo M

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  2. This is SO beautiful, Kellie -- Very Victorian, and I can see it fitting in with your decor well. Let us know how it goes, and please post pictures so we can see if you decide to go for it!

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  3. that's a really cute idea.

    sab @

    fromblank.blogspot.com

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  4. love this image! i am writing a post tomorrow on untraditional xmas trees, definitely adding this! thanks for sharing.

    www.thingsthatsparkleblog.blogspot.com

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  5. This is such a great idea Kellie! So pretty and definitely doggie-friendly xx

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  6. Gorgeous!

    My pups have already destroyed quite a few ornaments, so I'm going to be looking for a new solution..just don't think I could bear to get rid of my tree.

    x

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  7. Fabulous, love Charlie Brown trees!!
    Great idea...xxx Emily :-)

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  8. Kellie I adore this image yum that chair!

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    xoxo

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  9. Oh how precious she is, my Charlie (6month old min poodle)was very quiet about 5minutes ago as I was reading my blogs and I thought oops and yes he had Australian Country Style the new issue of course that I had just started to read and left on the coffee table. My true love said" Oh I didn't know he had a taste for literature" so I cracked up. Seriously though I can't see the "tree" what is it made of? White on white really doesn't photograph well hey!
    Lots of love
    susieq

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  10. oh dear, I'm worried about putting up my tree too, we didnt have two jack russell doggies last year, they are into absolutely everything. Including my Oroton purse, I was due for a new one anyway, very old and worn.

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  11. Looks beautiful, I think that would be lovely for Christmas! By the way, love the new layout of your blog since I haven't visited in a while!

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  12. Very Very pretty!

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  13. Thats beautiful. Here in England there are so many small glitter trees that you can buy to put into windows or group them together to make an impact you could surround them with ballballs to give you that tree feel. Hope you find something. dee xx

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  14. Lovely tree, I saw one similar the other, I only said to my sister yesterday, I would like a un-traditional tree. (I have put up a traditional one) Mimi x

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  15. it's so cute! my christmas tree is this year is going to be my house plant since we are traveling, haha :)

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  16. SUPER!
    love the tree!
    since we still have global warming issues...
    untraditional tree is so GREEN! :D

    XoXo, yhosie

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  17. Maybe I should take note of this. One of our cats had a visit to the vet last year after eating some of the Christmas tree! Although I think he would also go wild over the pretty dangling decorations on this version...

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  18. Hi Kellie,
    This Christmas tree is so chic!
    Have a lovely day.
    xoxo

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  19. Silly Molly. Maybe a small live table top tree would work... she couldn't reach it. Whatever you do will be beautiful! xo

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  20. you should get a huge canvas or sheet and just paint an amazing tree! I thank the Lord my Scoutie doesn't chew on my tree.

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  21. This is so simple and so beautiful! And so much easier than lugging up the big tree and decorations - I may consider this next year! :)

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  22. that is really pretty!! so sad you can't get a tree this year! what if you got a smaller one and perched it on top of something? or would that not help?! haha.

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  23. What a cute alternative! I have a friend who gets allergies to the Christmas trees so she's been looking for an alternative too!

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  24. That's close enough to a tree! It counts. :-)

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  25. I love this alternative! Gorgeous!

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  26. Oh that is so pretty and elegant. I think that would make a lovely alternative:)

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  27. Totally gorgeous and so stylish too! Can see why you love it so!!

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