Front Door Christmas Tree

Happy Sunday Sweet Friends.

I wanted to show you a pretty Christmas tree I bought recently from a local artist.  

She takes vintage pieces and ornaments and vintage frames and makes these beautiful pieces.

Here is the one I bought from her for my front door.


This had a very dark frame and I white washed it to have it be seen easier from the front of the house. 
I love all the glass ornaments and vintage pieces she uses to make her framed trees.


Of course it is over cast and no sunshine to try and get a good picture.  Plus the shadows were giving me grief!

Trust me this looks really pretty on my front door.
I will have my outside decor to show you this week.

Have a great Sunday and beautiful start to the new week.
Hugs,
Kris



37 comments

  1. Kris, That is so pretty. I just love how very clever people can be at re-cycling. Hugs to all of you. Blessings, xoxo,love, Susie

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  2. My jaw dropped.

    This.is.gorgeous. Please tell this local artist that she is AMAZING! KRIS!!!!! I love this!!!!!!!!

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  3. That piece is so unique and pretty. Perfect for your front door.

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  4. That looks so very pretty Kris and now you have tweaked it a little - it is just perfect for your beautiful home. Hugs Gilly

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  5. How beautiful! Lovely choice Kris!! Happy Sunday! xoxoxox

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  6. Kris

    This is gorgeous. You find the best pieces. Works great for your cottage.

    Cindy

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  7. Wow that’s quite a piece! How did you get it to fit in between your storm door! I always have trouble with what I put on my door because of the storm door. Anyway, it’s a lovely piece!

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  8. Pretty! I would love to gravitate toward those colors, but just can't make myself purge the memories of all my traditional reds and greens!

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  9. Share that artist's name, please!

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    1. https://www.facebook.com/French-Country-n-Farmhouse-Flair It is French Country n Farmhouse Flair she is in Aurora Illinois.

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  10. wow..its very beautiful...love it...great find..great artistry. :0) Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas..Thanks for sharing..

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  11. So gorgeous!!! I have never seen anything like it...LOVE!
    Have a great week!
    ~Des

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  12. I love it. I have not seen anything like it as well. I am in love with it.
    Beautiful!
    Carla

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  13. I love it,Kris. Will the glass bulbs stand up to the outside temps there? I am always a bit afraid to put them out here--but we are colder than you are, too. That is such a sweet piece. She is really talented! xo Diana

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  14. It is beautiful, Kris. SO unique. xo Laura

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  15. Love it! It's absolutely gorgeous and I can't imagine it with a dark frame. The whitewashed is perfect!

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  16. Kris, it is beautiful! The artist is very talented.
    Brenda

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  17. That is a beautiful piece, Kris! Looks great on your front door.

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  18. I do trust you, Kris. Sometimes it is hard for the camera to see what the naked eye sees, so I understand. That is so beautiful and looks right at home on the door to your beautiful little cottage..Merry Christmas..xxoJudy

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    1. Thanks so much, Kris, for your visit. As long as it is taking me to finish, I think I will leave it all up until at least March!..Happy Week to you my friend..xxoJudy

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  19. Hi Kris! That is a gorgeous piece and is so "you!" How clever to put it on your front door. Have a beautiful week. Jane

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  20. It's amazing, Kris! You always find the most unique pieces. And I love how you make them your own. Here's to a snowless week!! xo

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  21. This piece is beautiful, and so perfect for your darling little cottage, Kris.
    It seems that every piece you find is made just for your home. I love everything you do to make this bungalow so amazing!!
    Smooches.
    Debbie
    xo

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  22. Beautiful! I think I'll try making one! Looking forward to seeing the rest of your Christmas decor! Hugs!

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  23. The Christmas tree is so unique and pretty! You door looks so nice beautiful!

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  24. How pretty, Kris! It looks beautiful on your door!

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  25. That's a wonderful idea for creating a use for extra Christmas ornaments and balls. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  26. OMG. So cute. Another idea I'll have to remember for next Christmas.

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  27. so gorgeous, Kris. I can't imagine it with a dark frame, your whitewashed version is beautiful. it fits perfectly and I'm so glad it's protected by your glass storm door.

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  28. Kris,
    This is so pretty...I have a hanging tree that i found when cleaning out my neighbor's house for her son's...Not sure yet what i want to do with it but this is definitely an idea...
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  29. I absolutely love it Kris! I have several old frames and such. I may try my hand at making on one year.

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  30. Love it! I am a hoarder of frames and have several syrco type vintage pieces as well as some recently acquired vintage ornaments (I didn't need any more for my tree, but a dear friend was selling them as they have moved to Hawaii and I just had to have something of her to keep). I have been looking for inspiration for something to do with my friends ornaments...I think I have now found it. I noticed this on your front door with your exterior décor post immediately and thought "wow, what is that?"
    Ok friend, now to visit the rest of your posts I have yet to see. I have not been spending a lot of time on the internet, and decided to stop by here before checking my emails. Lol... love my visits to your page.

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