Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The Christmas tree

I have always been a fan of the Peanuts. One of the highlights for me in the Christmas season is to watch the half-hour classic Christmas show from 1965.
Who doesn't remember Charlie's frustration with all the artificial trees, with the decoration on Snoopy's dog house which even made him a 1st prize winner, with the Christmas play ... who doesn't remember the sad little tree he bought which he thought he had killed by hanging just one ornament on it ... and who doesn't remember Linus telling the Christmas story and the gang decorating Charlie's tree with all the stuff from the dog house... and in the end they all sing together. It's such a peaceful moment that it makes me mushy to just think about it.

Let me be mushy by myself for a bit and not ramble on like I usually do.
I'll just show you a few trees and ornaments (click for more info) I found in the team shops. Enjoy them.


By Cat's Wire

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10 comments:

Bonnie said...

Now that puts me in the Christmas spirit. Thank you Cat.

faeriiidust said...

Very pretty selections! I especially like the copper wire tree and the crystal tree!

mcstoneworks said...

These are so cute. Still can't believe how close Christmas is.

BeadSire said...

Wonderful selections - I just adore Christmas!

tjrjewellery said...

Not much longer till Christmas! Always in a good mood this time of year! Lovely seasonal items!

Beadorigami said...

Pretty Christmas selections! I love those ornaments.

Alegria Designs said...

Pretty festive selections!

N Valentine Studio said...

That sheep is adorable! Christmas sure seems to be zipping closer fast this year!

Ramona said...

Awww, those are just too cute. A reminder that Christmas is right around the corner, gosh, why's it in a rush?!!! :o

galadryl said...

Wonderful selection, love the copper tree and of course the story :)