How to Adorn Your Christmas Tree with Tradition Using Christmas Ornaments | Pottery Barn


Pottery barn Holiday Traditions
Tree Trimming Hi I’m Audrey Gerber and I work for the pottery barn brands based
here in San francisco for our family the thanksgiving weekend is
really the signal that it’s the holiday season for us we are excited because we take out
all of our ornaments and our holiday decor out of the attic my husband and I choose a silver tips tree
or a blue spruce mainly because there aren’t as many branches
and the branches are spaced further apart which really allows for the ornaments to hang
nicely and it would also accommodate very heavy ornaments as well every holiday season my husband and I shop for a special ornament
for each of our boys and we think about what they were doing that
year and try to find something appropriate to reflect
on what their interest was, so of course the first year was the baby beneath the tree frogs and lizards were pets so of course we have
to find the frog and lizard that matched their pet which was not always so easy I’m really hoping that my boys will save
these throughout the years to come and when they’re old enough to have their own
home I really hope that all of these ornaments will adorn
their tree too I love the ornaments sold at pottery barn there’s so many great choices and they really
help my eclectic combination of ornaments look great on my
tree some of my favorites are the antique mercury glass ornaments which just look like sparkling little gems
and really help to make my tree shine I love this twelve days of christmas ornament
this one is the twelve drummers strumming it’s really fun and buying a set of those is a really great way to
get a quick collection these red and white glass ornaments look really
pretty and just can fill the back of the tree and really help to highlight some of the other
little treasures on your tree the locketts are really fun to because you can’t put little special photos,
each one holds two images and they can be monogrammed also, one of the really special things
about having a big collection of ornaments is that each one tells a story it’s really fun to look at the tree and to examine each ornament
and know that each one tells a little bit of the
history of our lives Pottery Barn

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