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Christmas Tree Inspiration

I thought I'd share with you all a couple of pictures of my Christmas decorations, to give you some ideas of what you could do in your home!

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Ok, so maybe this really isn't my house...maybe it's a fabulous sport shop I stopped at on the way back from the beach yesterday. It is the Nuese Sport Shop in Kinston, NC and they have the most fabulous Christmas trees - I was so in love I asked if I could take pictures!

I love the look of a Christmas tree dripping with ornaments - and these certainly were! I really had a hard time picking out my favorite, but I loved the black top hat on the snowman-themed tree! I try to theme my tree around snowmen, so I think I'm going to attempt to make my own out of black paper and ribbon! I'll show you results! I think the tree topper is always the hardest piece - but these trees may give you some great inspiration! I was certainly inspired!


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Comments

  1. absolutely stunning! My husband loves the Nuese Sports Shop, but I've never been around Christmas time ... it may be worth a trip to stop on our next trip to Emerald Isle. Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. I was feeling good about my decorations but you just about made me feel BAD! Good one! Looks like a really cool shop.

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  3. How beautiful! I just posted on some of my decor tonight too! It's so much fun!! Love it! ;)

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  4. those trees are beautiful- I can see how they serve as great inspiration!

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  5. Oh I LOVE these!!! I'm going to show my mother - she's already got the house looking like a snow globe exploded in it - what's a few more decorations?

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  6. What neat pictures! We're getting our Christmas tree this coming weekend. I can't wait to decorate it! I will have to baby proof the bottom part of the tree because I'm sure my little boy will be exploring it. :o)

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  7. Ha, the sleigh might be a little much! But those trees are beautiful! :)

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  8. Those trees are amazing!!! Now those are {ornaments...lots and lots of them}.

    sandy toe

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  9. Those trees are gorgeous! I love that they're so festive!!

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  10. Those trees are breathtaking! I just love a good Christmas tree. I think I got that from my mom. She said she would have a tree in every room if she could afford it! Thanks for sharing :)

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  11. I love to see new ideas at Christmas and love to read your blog! Thanks for sharing...I put a "teen tree" now in my girls lounge upstairs and then we have our family tree in the living room! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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  12. Just gorgeous. I feel like with trees, more is more! I think I need to add more to mine now!

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