I have to decide which of these adorable, hand knit Christmas trees I want to buy from my sister's Etsy shop.
I like the black and silver set if they are going in my library. ~
But then, the traditional red, green and white are awfully cute on top of my spice cabinet. ~
But, I just checked out her shop and saw these great, new teal ones! ~
Then, there's the hot pink, the natural browns .....
So many trees, so little time to decide!!!
These trees are 100% wool, hand made by my sister Knitter Extraordinaire and completely safe for pets and little tots. As much as I enjoy pulling tinsel out a kitty's butt, this may be the safest route for me to go with Maeve in the house!
While I'm making up my mind which to choose, why don't you all go over and check out 2 Be Cherished here and pick out a set for yourself? Come on back and leave me a comment to let me know which colour you love the most and I'll put your name in the hat for a draw. On Sunday I'll pull a name and send the winner their very own set of fuzzy, hand knit Christmas trees!
Yay! I get to give my very first Christmas gift of 2012!
Well before I go over and check those out...I have to stop laughing my butt off envisioning you pulling tinsel out of a kitty's butt!!!ReplyDelete
Okay...done laughing now...Your sister makes gorgeous stuff for sure! After looking at all them (and they are all pretty)...I was surprised to find that I liked the black ones best.ReplyDelete
Oooh, I love the huffalump sweater,...I guess I got distracted. I love the teal trees the best I think. They are so pretty. I so admire knitters.ReplyDelete
Those are so pretty!! I favourited her shop. I like the variegated light green and blue. :)ReplyDelete
Wow- I have never seen anything like these trees. What fun! I really love the natural looking one in the kind of brownish tones-but they are all beautiful- xo DianaReplyDelete
OOh not sure if your shipping out here, but if you are my choice would be the Hot Pink - love it!ReplyDelete
Very usual, and so pretty! My favorite are the brown/tan ones. Her baby sweaters are just too beautiful for words, too!ReplyDelete
Oh I want to win this one sooooo badly - love love love the variegated tans and gray one - but they're really all gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Does the talent never end in your family?
OH HOW TALENTED!! I have never seen these before.ReplyDelete
These are just adorable!ReplyDelete
Hi Maureen ... glad you have your Christmas decorating started. I am trying to get the Fall decorations put away before I can start. I love your sister's knitted trees. I love the natural brown and tan but all are so pretty. She is very talented ... runs in the family, I guess.ReplyDelete
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I like the variegated tan and light greys trees the best (I think) but to be honest - the comment about baby sweaters is what convinced me to pop on over - I have TWO grandbabies on the way!ReplyDelete
Ok, I want one of these. They are so adorable.ReplyDelete
LOL the tinsel! I am a totally pink girl, so that is my choice!ReplyDelete
Teal, no silver, no blue, no brown ones, I am so confused, I love them all. Actually I like the silver ones.ReplyDelete
hmmmm. I like the first ones. too many choices and I can't make a decision.ReplyDelete
I really like the black & silver ones Maureen. Lynne is sooooo talented! Pick me! Pick me! xo wendyReplyDelete
These are SO cute! The variegated light green and blue would be perfect in my living room. :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Maureen, All the trees are adorable but I especially love the teal ones. Thanks for the chance to win these.ReplyDelete
Hi Maureen, the trees are so fun! What a talented sis you have. I love the teal ones the very most. Thanks for the chance to win this warm fuzzy give away.ReplyDelete
Ah ha ha ha ha.... about the time our cat no longer had a taste for tinsel, the dog decided it was a fun chew.ReplyDelete
They are so pretty! I love the light green and blue ones (they will also be nicely visible when my puppy decides to eat them...)ReplyDelete
oh, i love the sweet pink ones! our puppy did the tinsel thing last year!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing, maureen:)
I found your site via Julie's Little House, it's always nice to meet another Canadian blogger.ReplyDelete
Those little trees are adorable and would look perfect in my holiday village. I like the variegated tans and gray ones.
oops, border line to enter here Maureen, but never too late. Was looking for a centerpiece for this Christmas party and these would be perfect with some warm vanilla candles, some spruce and some wood accents.ReplyDelete
Getting married in a month and this Christmas we are celebrating it with Rohan's family (Because mine are 3000 miles east from where I am), for the first time. Such a great keepsake it would make.