The Christmas FloorThis was the super fun floor. There were some girls playing Christmas music on the piano. There was a large train layout. So many people around that. And LOTS of neat, theme decorated trees. This tree was at the top of the first flight of stairs. I love the reindeer. So pretty - all white and gold.
This is an international tree. It is decorated with flags.
Check out the antique mittens! We love mittens.
Kaya would love this tee-pee. This was a boys room display with a bed and toys and everything. At the one end there was even a cowboy tree. Woody would LOVE this...Buzz not so much.
They had a wonderful Nativity scene. I love the fluffy sheep.
This is a laundry tree. The garland is "clothesline" filled with little clothes and sock. The ornaments are large clothes pins. See the drying rack in the rear left of the picture.
And here is a basket of clothes. Too cute! Makes me think of N from Paper Doll World. I wonder what she's been up to lately?
These are red-ware ornaments. Red-ware pottery is popular in this area due to the color of the soil and the high concentration of clay found in it. I think we need to get some of these to give as gifts.
I love the hand-carved, wooden birds. Aren't they cute? We have a lovely yellow one at home.
What a festive looking kitty! And a beautiful basket too.
The Gardener's TreeNana Kestral and her friend put this one together. It has fruits, vegetables, birds, insects, critters, seed packets, flower pots, and so very much more. So imaginiative. You can't see it here, but the "star" is a wide brimmed hat. If you scroll up to the mittens picture you can see it in the background.
A couple of close ups.
The Garden of Weeden...so cute! Love the flower pot man and the garden gnome.
When we finished up at Christmas Market we traveled to Collegeville to meet Nonna and Amy from Mommy's Doll Club. Had some great snacks and hot chocolate! Thank you, Rhonda and Willow! If it weren't for Willow's trip to PA we'd never have known another blogger was so close.
Doesn't Christmas Market look great? If you could design your own theme decorated tree, what theme would you pick?