It's a cold and snow covered day here at the Chateau, making it seem like a true winter wonderland.
Today I wanted to share with you my little woodland themed Christmas tree in our sunroom.
This is the second year that we are enjoying this cute tree, we loved it so much last Christmas that I wanted to decorate it with the same theme as last year.
The tree had rather humble beginings, found by hubby at a thrift store. I gave it a very, very light dusting of creamy white spray paint (I know, I can get a little crazy with the spray paint!), as I wanted to give it the effect of being dusted in snow.
Since our sunroom faces the backyard and is surrounded by woods, I wanted to pay tribute to all of the birds and wildlife that are frequent visitors to our yard.
I've placed the tree on a table which I've draped in burlap and vintage linens, for a romantic yet rustic look.
The tree sits in front of a glass block wall, which really catches all of the light. It makes me think of sparkly, frosty blocks of ice!
Perched at the top of the tree is an angel and deer fan that I made.
This adorable glittery bird ornament was made by a sweet and talented friend. I love the snowflake embellishment on his wing!
Another glittery ornament that I made, featuring a cute little chickadee.
I love my birds! This glittered hummingbird ornament, below, is one of my favorites.
You know my motto..........
"You can never have too much glitter!"
I found the gorgeous angel and deer image over at The Graphics Fairy, as well as the French sheet music that I used for all of my ornaments.
I've been creating ornaments from milk weed pods for several years, and have quite a few on my little tree.
My mom gave me this darling little birdhouse ornament years ago.
Another one of my milkweed pod ornaments. Who would guess something so lowly could look so glamorous?:)
A cute bottle brush squirrel is snacking on some beaded acorn ornaments!
A real bird's nest is nestled amoung the branches, and a sweet little bird is resting inside.
Bet you don't know anyone else who has a raccoon ornament on their tree!
Cute bunny ornament that I made.
On the other side of the glass block wall is our master bedroom. I really love the way the tree looks from this vantage point!
And here is one last look at my little woodland tree.
Thanks so much for joining me on my tour!