Good morning. Tina here. It is getting cold in Kelsey, with snow predicted this weekend.
So I guess it is really time to start with the Christmas decorating.
I don't know if you know this about me, but I am a vintage plastic nut. I love plastic! I have shown you my glow-in-the-dark, mostly plastic, vintage Christmas items before, here http://goldcountrygirls.blogspot.com/2009/12/glow-in-dark-christmas.html
As you will see in that post, I have a few glow-in-the-dark Christmas trees.
This year I am adding some vintage plastic trees. Most of them are about 10 1/2 to 11 inches tall.
You put them together on a center stick, and add the cute little glass ornaments to the tips.
They will make an adorable forest on top of my upright piano.
This tree has all red ornaments. I prefer the many-colored bulbs, but I will take what I find.
It is nice to have the box, to pack it away safely after Christmas.
Below is a tree without the ornaments, ready to decorate. These trees are made by "Plasco".
Complete with instructions.
I love the little star at the top of the center piece.
This tree has more of a frosted ornament look.
Below are two different trees, called "Crystal Pine" trees.
The ornaments on these are attached already.
I would like to find little tiny tree-toppers for the tops of these.
I am looking forward to the plastic pine forest.
The only thing missing will be the scent of pine needles.
I think I will add some pine-scented candles to the top of the piano to take care of that.
Better get busy!