I am in love with those pretty delicate glass ornaments.
I admit… that no matter how careful I am with them
I break a few of them.
Yes, every year
my husband shakes his head and grins and asks me
why I insist on buying the glass ornaments instead of those
plastic ones that bounce when you drop them
After several (hundreds) of broken glass baubles over the years
I have given up explaining it to him…
and good news- he has given up trying to convince me.
He knows that they are going to be on the tree
so now he just grins and shakes his head when I drop one
and then gets the broom and dustpan out.
I have several boxes of glass ornaments -maybe what seems like 127 or so
They are filled with ornaments in all different shapes and sizes and finishes and colors
I always enjoy seeing what new treats for the tree they have in the stores and yes, I seem to find something that begs to be added to the collection each year.
Like these little charmers.
Oh they are simple & sweet and so perfect for adding to the tree or using for
a Holiday table setting or vignette.
I love them for tying on top of a package as a little decoration and gift as well.
They are simply clear ornaments with gold trees and a little bit of glitter painted on them
and filled with a sprinkling of snow.
Seriously- and priced so well at Lowes that a few boxes came home with me
and none of them have been dropped yet 😉
I might have used them for something else too… will share more soon.
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We are enjoying gorgeous warm weather here~so lots of outdoor time going on
and I have also been working on a little more decking the halls.
I guess I should make that 128 boxes of glass ornaments
because I did pick up a few more for a new look I am working on this year.