It is a beautiful day and I am thrilled to show you my Memory Christmas Tree, as part of my Christmas home decorating. I have been dreaming about this tree for weeks.
Come along with me as I share how I created a Memory Christmas Tree.
I have had many people in my life that have impacted me for the positive. I thought it would be really fun and creative to honor them on my Christmas tree this year.
In my mind the Memory Christmas Tree was going to be filled with black and white pictures in frames.
But the more I thought about it, I wanted it to be an elegant tree with black and white photos tucked in.
Silver and white is the theme. I thought this would look best and highlight the photos.
This picture on my Memory Christmas Tree happens to be the only color picture. It is when my grandma met my oldest daughter for the first time. I love that it is a random picture filled with 3 generations.
Isn’t this girl, just a doll? Well…it is actually my dad. He was 3 years old. It makes a great conversation starter for everyone. When he would “go to town” with his older brothers, the towns people had a hard time believing he was really a boy.
Having the vintage photos lends to share my family history. It also gives me a chance to share with my young family members about their ancestors.
I tucked my photos into the tree rather than having them in frames. This creates a more random look of the hand placed pictures.
My Memory Christmas Tree is one of my favorite trees yet. To see how I created my Vintage Christmas Olive Bucket (in the background) as well, visit here.
Thanks for joining me while shared one of my most favorite Christmas trees, so far, my Memory Christmas Tree.