Sunday, November 27, 2011

Advent and My Little Tree

On this first Sunday of Advent,I pray that you will be filled with wonder at the season we are in.

This is my little Christmas tree,which God so graciously placed on my window last year.I like it just the way it is.
Please don't look at the dirty window,but rather enjoy my God given tree of frost.

I thought it would be fun to decorate this little frost tree.
I just wish I could translate the decorations onto the tree in my window.


Thought for today:
APPRECIATE SIMPLICITY.

37 comments:

  1. makes a perfect christmas card!!!

    truly beautiful miracle of nature!

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  2. HI Ruth...Amazing ...and I like the decoration technique you used ..very nice !!
    Grace

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  3. How wonderful! I agree it will make a great Christmas card. So nice!

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  4. Very beautiful Ruth! I just love it.

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  5. beautiful ruth, i love the sentiment!!

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  6. That is one spectacular frost tree Ruth! You did a great job decorating it! It's so pretty!

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  7. Great idea Ruth. I bet you could buy some little cling on decals or if I was there I would paint some on your window. It really is beautiful just white, too. Have a blessed Sunday. Diane

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  8. Hi Ruth, Love the little tree... Simple is definitely better. I'm trying to decorate more simply this year... (Hard for me though).. ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Oh WOOOOW!!!! Ruth, thank you for this wonderful first advent gift. How on earth you got this picture is beyond me!! The detail, and it does look exactly like a Christmas tree!!! Your decorations are beautiful, you are so creative, this is an amazing post!!!

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  10. I've seen some pretty frost on windows, but nothing as wonderful as your "tree." And I agree that you've got yourself the makings of a lovely Christmas card there.

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  11. sooo lovely!

    hope you're having a great sunday!

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  12. What a creative photo. Blessings for this Advent season.

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  13. I've seen frost formations before, but never one shaped like a tree! I love simplicity! It's cute the way you decorated it, too!

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  14. The moment I saw it I thought "Christmas card!" Silvery tree and colored ornaments, amazing.

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  15. Love it. You are so smart and creative.

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  16. How cool is that! And how clever of you to decorate it. Brilliant!

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  17. What a lovely little "frost tree"--perfectly shaped, and you were so observant to see it. Seems so strange to be talking about Christmas, but it is right around the corner. I'm sure we will all enjoy the Holiday posts we will be seeing on everyone's blogs. Have a lovely week, Ruth. Mickie :)

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  18. I like your creative spirit, Ruth!

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  19. Now I am going to be looking for frost trees on my windows. Great original picture and lovely decorating. Wishing you a blessed Advent season.

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  20. This is so very neat! Thank you for putting a much needed smile on my face tonight.

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  21. Great eye to spot this little beauty, and great creativity to transform it. Simple and beautiful.

    Have a very good week Ruth.

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  22. This is absolutely beautiful. I really like your decorations.

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  23. What a great idea. Your tree is just so different and pretty. I am not sure if I will even have one.

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  24. Simplicity and beauty!!!
    Amazing...
    I love it!
    Hugs
    BShll

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  25. That's on your window??? How cool! God must really love you :-) It's beautiful.

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  26. This is a precious tree....Post card beautiful...Oh Ruth, it is the simple things that make life so great...Thank you for reminding me of this...
    Hugs,
    shug

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  27. That's so cute. That would make a good picture for a Christmas card.

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  28. Very creative Ruth. I am ashamed to say that I would probably not even notice the shape of the frost.

    Congrats on being recognized as a Post of the Week.

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  29. came back to say congrats on your POTW!

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  30. Over from Hilary's to say congrats on POTW and what a great idea!

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  31. That's magnificent! A well-deserved POTW from Hilary!

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  32. I LOVE this! The frost certainly created a thing of beauty for you to enjoy - and decorate!

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  33. Your frost tree is beautiful. I love the delicacy of its "leaves" and the way you decorated it. Very creative!

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  34. Oh, I LOVE this. God's special gift to just you Ruth.
    B.

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