last eye candy of 2006

My mom started collecting these glass Christmas trees when we lived in Taiwan; they were supercheap and pretty. When we got back to the states, we were surprised to discover that they sell here for a great deal more money. Needless to say, Mom’s collection didn’t grow after that. Still, she has dozens, and puts them out every year on their glass dining room table. It wouldn’t be Christmas without them.

glass trees

glass trees

A Christmas wrap-up post, with an eye to 2007, to come . . .

11 Responses to last eye candy of 2006

  1. Mia says:

    I love the trees. And it is pretty interesting thatyou used to live in Taiwan. I was born there but I have no memories of the place. I hope you were old enough to appreciate it.

    I will have to keep an eye out for crystal trees.

  2. Amy says:

    Beautiful!

    The shop is rocking and rolling. We are about to launch our e-store. Fiber lovers world-wide, watch out!

    Thanks so much for asking,
    Amy

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