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One of the traditions I enjoy this time of the year is when my grandchildren trim our tree. This year, two of our son's daughters, and one of his sons-in-law came over to decorate our tree. We have a few Blue ornaments on the tree. Our tree is a "Memory Tree" as it has many decorations that have been given to us by special people and others that have been hand made by me. I love looking at each one and reminiscing when and how it came to us. Then, I give it to one of my helpers to place on the tree. I've captured some Blue ornaments for you to see.
I handmade this Blue jeweled ornament by sticking many, many little pins into a white satin ball.
A friend painted this angel on a Blue ornament.
I purchased a set of these circled Blue stained glass ornaments many years ago; each one has a scripture reference on it. This one has baby Jesus in the manger with two lambs and one donkey.
Here's another Blue ornament that I made by sticking beads and baubles into a form. There's another of the circled Blue stained glass ornaments above it. (It's a shepherd and two lambs.)
Here's one that Lauren, our first granddaughter, made for me in Sunday School. We've used it for every Christmas tree since l990. It's not Blue, but it's a sweet memory. (Yes, I'm a softie.)
Here's the finished product with my granddaughters Brittany, Jenna, and Jenna's husband, Matt.
Happy Blue Monday!