It's not easy to photograph this year's tree, but if you enlarge it, it may give you some idea.
I've suspended it from a beam, so that the branches come down rather than go up.
There are still more things to go on; the fairy, some greenery, and possibly some birds.
Anyway, it looks very 'Christmassy'.
Especially with the lights on.
What a great idea! Is it protected by copyright?ReplyDelete
I wish it was!Delete
You have no idea how happy your tree makes me! I took a branch from one of our trees, painted it white and nailed it to the wall in our dining room. And then covered it with all white ornaments and white birds. Then in the middle one red crystal ornament. My husband doesn't get it, so I did decorate a regular dull tree for him in the living room but the white tree is mine, al mine...ReplyDelete
P.S. Whose art is on the wall? And who painted the diamonds on the wall? A magnificent abode my friend.ReplyDelete
An old painting of mine! The diamonds were my idea; Lady M was away and asked me to paint the sitting room walls. This was my response.Delete
It looks really good....what a great idea.ReplyDelete
I always do a twig tree but not an upsidedown one - how do you manage not to walk into it with it being so low?ReplyDelete
It's in a seldom visited corner of the room.Delete
What a brilliant tree ~ homage to the Magnons Down under. Will your pressies float around the tree as well?ReplyDelete
I'm still working on what to do with the presents (if there are any).Delete
It is lovely. I have some twisted hazel twigs, painted silver many years ago, that come out for Christmas, with small clear glass droplets hung from them. Not sure how the 2 artificial trees will survive this year with a 6 month old puppy around!ReplyDelete
Our two dogs have resisted the temptation so far!Delete
I absolutely love it Cro and shall be showing it to the farmer at lunch time in the hopes he can find a branch of similar proportions for me.ReplyDelete
I had to pop over here from Weaver of Grass...what a cool idea! I also enjoyed your other posts!Delete
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I just adore this tree!!!!!! What a brilliant idea...you've got me thinking now!!!!ReplyDelete
Hey, no needles. I kind of like it. Your art wall is cool too..ReplyDelete
I have seen upside down trees, but nothing like that. Very cool, Cro.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful, we always used to paint twigs white and decorate when we had little money, it was always commented on.ReplyDelete
Mad as a box of frogsReplyDelete
Plenty of 'frogs' here!Delete
Quite a festive tree branchReplyDelete
I love it, very festive. And I love the diamond wall.ReplyDelete
What a cosy room! Love your tree.ReplyDelete
Brilliant tree, a celtic upside down tree, thank you for the inspiration..ReplyDelete
An Australian Christmas tree. Just the ticket!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas To All The FamilyReplyDelete
I LIKE IT! Sort of the bare-bones version of our festive ficus.ReplyDelete