~The Fantasy of Trees Part 2~

This is part 2 of The Fantasy of Trees....that I went to Thanksgiving week. You can see part 1 here. Hope you all enjoy the show. Click on the pictures to see the details. This was what I would call the OOH La La tree....Oh it was gorgeous!
Pinks, blacks and whites.



Gorgeous Floral Arrangements.



Beautiful tree all dressed up in browns.
I will be posting My Tennessee Christmas Kitchen real soon...so y'all be watching!
I appreciate every one of you that takes the time to stop by and visit! I hope you make yourself at home and please come back anytime! Merry Christmas, Nancy

35 comments

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Oh I like the pink tree.I think I might just have to do a pink tree next year. Can't wait to see your kitchen !

Tamara Jansen said...

Your pictures are fabulous! Thanks for sharing

Becky said...

These trees are fab!!! You are sweet to always share with your blog friends, and girl you know we appreciate it!!! Can't wait to see your kitchen. Will you be serving hot cider and cookies! HA!

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Nancy,
These photos are breathtaking! I love all of them...but the last one is especially pretty.
Thanks for sharing.
Diane

Melissa Wertz said...

The trees are just beautiful! I love those pink ones.

Anonymous said...

Love, Love that pink tree!!!! I am UPC. I was so tickled when I came across your blog. I knew you were by just your profile!!!!!! :) I hope you have a grea day! I go to Landmark Worship Center in Bethalto, Illinois. I have heard of the McCool's before. My pastor is Mark Burk. WE live close to St. Louis, Missouri. Do you know of Bro. Terry Holland?

Shelia said...

Oh, be still my heart! How lovely!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

An Accomplished Woman said...

Nancy, I wish I had gone to the Fantasy. Your pictures are so good. Can't wait for the kitchen pictures.

Janera said...

We' all really enjoying these beautiful photos you're showing us. Thank you!

Picket said...

Hey girl loved the tour...such pretty eyecandy...can't wait to see you kitchen all done up in Christmas! Thanks for coming by...hope you are having a great week!

Carrie said...

I enjoyed seeing all this creative beauty ... thanks for sharing.
Carrie

mishebe said...

I did a Ooh lalla, tree very similiar to that one in my old hair salon 4 years ago. It was a cottage shabby chic themed salon.I had so much fun buying the furniture a stuff for it. So i had to do a frenchy theme tree. i kept a few of the ornaments but just gave the rest to my friend the other day. I am just not a pink person. i like it in others houses but not mine. Maybe if i had a little girl would do the whole pink, black and whte theme. lol mishelle

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

I must show our 14 year old the pink, fluffy, fooh-fooh tree. She's going to love it and want to duplicate something similiar for her room.

Blessings,

Sher

Riet said...

Oh my goodness, such lovely trees and arrangements. Love to see the kitchen.

PAT said...

That pink tree is definitely a Miss Gabi tree.

It's all beautiful. It would have been a day I would have enjoyed.

A Hint of Home said...

Wonderful tour! Everything is just lovely.

A Hint of Home said...

Nancy, it's me again. I just went back and saw your dining room. It's beautiful. I was wondering is your chair covers are monogramed or the ribbon and is it is where did you get it? It's lovely.

Jessica said...

Morning Nancy~ they really are fantasy trees~ just gorgeous! I love the floral arrangements, too. Have a great day, I can't wait to see your kitchen! :)

Hugs~ J

Jan and Tom's Place said...

Oh my............how beautiful!!!

Darlene said...

EVERYTHING in all of your pictures is just GORGEOUS! LOVE that Ooh lala tree! That would be perfect in Lexi's room!!!

Merrie. said...

Hi Nancy; thanks for stopping by; I love that pink tree! Woo! I can't wait to see your kitchen! Bet it is so beautiful! I love tenn. My family came from Tenn and there are still many there; I have not had contact with them since my dad passed in the 80's; but I hope to one day return and find them! They were all from south of Nashville; both mom and dad's side. Maybe one day I'll get a chance to stop by and meet you on the way; there are so many places I want to see in your area too! Merrie

nikkicrumpet said...

Fabulous...but that chic little pink tree...UBER FABULOUS! Loved the little pink purses!

Kristie said...

Hi Nancy,
I just found your blog through Janera's blog. I'm about 70 miles north of you up in here in Greeneville, TN. So, hi neighbor. :)

Sounds like we have some things in common. I've been married almost 21 years, my boys are 20 (Alex), and 15 (Caleb Aaron) those names are close, eh? lol

Anyway, I just wanted to say hello and you have a great blog!

Happy Holidays,
Kristie

Betty Jo said...

Oh My! What gorgeous photos. Your blog is beautiful. I also live in TN. xoxo

Sweetie said...

What wonderful, glittery, majestic trees and adornment. I thought that the tree with the pink was my favorite but changed my mind when I saw the last tree with the gorgeous gold.
Sweetie

~♥~ Monica S said...

Oh.. so many beautiful trees! :-)

Monica

Vanessa said...

Hi Nancy ~

Thanks for the note! I was in Chicago last week on business and I can't catch up! We are refinancing our house and the appraiser is coming Friday so I am busy making sure the house looks tip top. Time sure is flying by. I am taking tomorrow and Friday off, work M-T next week and then off until January 5th! I am so excited to have "home" time!

Give me a call sometime if you want. Love your pics!

Hugs,

Vanessa

Dawnie said...

Your so lucky to have such beautiful places to go see this. I will take pictures of the stuff around here next time I go and you will be shocked at how BAD it is--lol

I liked everything except those real skinny pink trees..they looked hungry!

Sit A Spell said...

Glad you could sit a spell on my new blog. I just love eastern TN.
I am a southern girl stuck in the north doing the best I can! : ) However, the snow is fun at Christmas time.

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

Nancy the trees are all just beautiful~! My daughter would flip over the pink one! :)
Robin~♥

Rue said...

Good morning Nancy :)

Those trees are gorgeous, but the pink ones have my heart ;)

I loved all the pictures in the last poast! $99 at Goodwill??? Wow! That is amazing!! Oh and I have Santa envy after seeing your favorite on the mantel ;)

hugs,
rue

Donna@designson47thstreet said...

Oh how I enjoyed your pictures. Everything is so, so pretty! Of course I am taking extra peeks at the gorgeous floral arrangements!
Donna

Scooterblu's Whimsy~Rhonda said...

Hi Nancy, These are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing them! I thought of you yesterday. I was in Dollar General and they have really cute Christmas tea towels with ball fringe and such. They are only $3, and aren't cheap "looking" for the price. They aren't as heavy and nice as the ones from gift shops...but for the $, they are nice. I think I'll go back and get a few today. Just thought I'd pass that along, since I know you love decorative towels! ~hugs, Rhonda :)

Beth in NC said...

I love it! Each time I look at your blogs I want to decorate MORE at my house. Beautiful!!

Bless you!
Beth

tardevil said...

I'm so mad...I thought I was following your blog & have spent all morning trying to find my way back over here! I fixed that problem! LOVE all your decor...especially the Santa tassel. I've got to come back & soak in all the photos again. They're all so pretty & I need to catch up on all I've missed!