Tuesday, July 18, 2017

O Tannenbaum

Hello, and welcome to my post on the 12 Days of Christmas in July blog tour hosted by Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict. Thank you, Sarah, for all your hard work in making this fun blog hop happen.

Each day for 12 days in July, the 14th through the 25th, bloggers are sharing their Christmas ideas and projects. If you need inspiration for gifts, or motivation to get going on a holiday project of your own, check out all the posts each day. The complete list of bloggers is at Sarah's post here. Today's featured bloggers are Kate at Smiles From Kate, and myself.

I had extra motivation to get going on a Christmas project here: My son requested something special. He and his housemates live in a very small house. There simply isn't room in their home for a Christmas tree, live or artificial, nor is it practical with three cats and a two-year-old. So he requested a life-size hanging of a Christmas tree that they can hang real ornaments on.
It was originally made to fit on the back of a door. Then my son decided it would be safer hanging on a wall, so the ornaments wouldn't get jostled when the door is opened, or crushed between the open door and the wall.

Good call. Even with industrial strength magnets here, the weight of the tree with just these few glass ornaments is pulling the hanging all the way to the floor. I added sleeves top and bottom to the back so he can hang it on a wall, and it won't move.

The tree was easy to make with triangles and lots of green fabrics, with a variety of low volumes for the background.

I quilted it in the ditch around the triangles, and added dense straight line quilting in the background.

Then I stitched thread loops at the intersections of the triangles, for the ornaments to hook into.

I'm pleased with how it turned out and how well it works for hanging the ornaments.


It's a German tradition to hang a pickle hidden in the Christmas tree. Here it's not so hidden....

I still need to find a tree-topper that will work, and add a way to attach it. My plan is to give this to my son at Thanksgiving, and by then the stores will have plenty of potential toppers to choose from. I may find a 3-D star, cut it so the back is flat and back it with felt, and add a white thread loop at the proper height for hanging it. 

This is a long post with a lot going on, so I'm not going to include a tutorial here. If you want a tutorial, let me know in the comments, and I'll post one soon.

Speaking of comments, let me tell you about the give-away. For each comment you leave on any blogger's 12 Days of Christmas in July post, Sarah will enter you in the drawing to win. She has thirteen prizes to give away, all Tula Pink's Holiday Homies line from Free Spirit. Sarah will tally all the comments through Wednesday July 26th, and draw winners. Six design rolls, six layer cakes, and the grand prize, a fat quarter bundle. Give-away details here. Visit the participating blogs each day and leave a comment! If you are a no-reply blogger, be sure to leave your email address in the comment.

Thanks for stopping by my 12 Days of Christmas in July post. There's lot's of time left to get projects and gifts completed before Christmas - good luck with yours!  

189 comments:

  1. Nice to see the decorated tree, after seeing tree progress in various posts!
    Love the pickle! A great quilt for a small space, I'm sure your son will love it! ekmvalencia@gmail.com

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  2. Thanks for the idea. I am pretty sure that it would be simple to create using the triangles. Great suggestion. I even like the ornaments. Also thanks for the tip that they weigh down the wall hanging. Maybe stuffed or paper ornaments would be less heavy.

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  3. Now that is a really clever idea for someone who lives in a small flat/single room with nowhere to put even a small tree. Thank you!

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  4. That is such a wonderful idea. I love it. Todays lightweight ornaments shouldn't weigh it down too much, but it's a great excuse to make some in wool felt. My parents are in their 80s, they like a Christmas tree but haven't places to put one where it wouldn't become a potential hazard due to health problems, I just HAVE to make one for them. Thank you, it would be wonderful if you made a tutorial, count me in.

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  5. Very festive idea. 'Would be great project for using up scraps also :)

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  6. Absolutely wonderful tree - your son will be so excited when he sees it. Love all the various shades of green.

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  7. It´s a great idea. Love it.

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  8. I would love the tutorial. This might be the perfect solution for my son with 4 cats.

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  9. Well, isn't that the cleverest thing?!! Makes me mentally sing Oh Tannenbaum. This is really cute - thank you for sharing with us. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  10. Great decorating idea. It would be fun to have in a child's room if you used unbreakable ornaments. And so much easier to store than an artificial tree and less mess than a real tree! Thank you for this fun idea!

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  11. Very inventive and a great idea!

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  12. The tree is really cute. I've seen pickle ornaments but never knew it was a German tradition. Hmmm. I wonder why my husband's family has a corn ornament. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  13. I love the tree! And so cute with the addition of the ornaments. I live in eastern PA, land of the Pennsylvania Dutch. So the pickle ornament is well known in these parts.

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  14. What? What? Wait. What a wonderful idea. I love it! I'm going to make one. This is certainly a space saver and something I'm going to make. Thanks!

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  15. A great idea for decorating with a limited space. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. I love this idea! I am always looking to save some space. And there are no messy needles to clean up later.

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  17. Love it! I would appreciate a tutorial as we have allergies and our artificial tree is looking a little tired. Great idea. Janice.snell@gmail.com

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  18. How perfect for a small space! Love all the green fabrics you used-and to actually hang real ornaments-very special! Thank you for sharing, Susan

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  19. unbelievable and so creative! A great solution for him.

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  20. This is such cute idea. It would be good for those extra ornaments we've accumulated that we no long have room on the tree for. Thanks, this is such a fun blog hop.

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  21. The tree quilt is very clever--the loops are a great idea. Enjoyed the pics from the quilt show, too. Thanks.

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  22. What a great idea. Love it.

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  23. This is a great idea to downsize for my grandchildren.

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  24. This would be great for my studio. I really don't have room for a tree but want to make handmade ornaments and display them over the holidays. I could hang this temporarily and satisfy the tree requirement. Thank you for sharing! maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  25. What a wonderful idea and terrific execution. It looks fabulous.

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  26. Great idea for those small spaces, as for me... I think crocheted snowflakes would look lovely!

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  27. Wow! That is such a cool idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Great idea and it would be a wonderful way of showcasing handmade ornaments. Having a tutorial would be terrific. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  29. Great finish, Jan! It's been fun seeing your progress and the final results are wonderful. Your son will be thrilled.

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  30. Oh I love this idea! I would love a tutorial on it pretty please:) I could see this even as a smaller tree and use miniature ornaments.

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  31. Your wall tree is wonderful! This would be perfect for my son who lives in a small apartment with no space for a tree. I would appreciate a tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Good idea for apartment dwellers or those with small kids. Thanks

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  33. What a lovely tree! I love how creative you were to find a solution for your son.

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  34. First: I love your tree hanging- great idea. Did I miss it or what did you use as "batting?"
    Second: My cat would have been climbing this tree for the ornaments. I suggest putting it where he can put a tub of water at the base to prevent that problem! The cat will only try once. LOL

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  35. This is a great project for someone that doesn't have room for a Christmas tree. I still have a picture of the Christmas tree that my son sent me while serving in the Peace Corp in Africa. It was just a stick stuck into something to hold it up, but it was the closest thing to a tree he could find.

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  36. What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  37. This is quite a creative solution to your son's request - well done! I think a tutorial would be great!
    Debbie
    ollieami@aol.com

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  38. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing

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  39. What a great idea!! Wish I had thought of it.

    For the topper perhaps you could find a wooden star at a craft store to use (after painting, of course)? Or maybe even a wooden snowflake would work? I am just thinking in terms of weight issues. . . the balsa wood cut outs do not weigh very much.

    In any event, I would love to see what your final decision for a topper is.

    Be sure to let us know how your son likes it.

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  40. What a great idea! Hopefully you will share it again when you get the star topper for the tree. Thanks for sharing!

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  41. This idea is purely genius! It would work nicely in my daughter's college apartment. A tutorial would be greatly appreciated.

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  42. Great idea!! Thanks for sharing it! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  43. Wowey zowey! What a great apartment sized Christmas tree option!

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  44. GREAT IDEA THANKS FOR THE INSPERATION hjrogers@sympatico.ca

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  45. this is absolutely beautiful!! I've had an advent like this on my list for some time--perhaps this is the year!

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  46. Your tree was well designed to fit the specific need.

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  47. Love this tree. I work in an office and we never seem to have the time to set up an actual Christmas tree. This looks like it would work really well on the wall just inside the entrance. Thanks so much for the wonderful idea.

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  48. How creative of you. I'm sure it was appreciated by all the housemates. And I can imagine the little one being lifted to put an ornament, or two, on the tree. You will be creating a lot of fond memories with such a great project.

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  49. Your tree is so clever. I can see many uses for a flat Christmas Tree. (Hum, does that remind me of Flat Stanley? You bet!) Oh, how strange, I just noticed another Bonnie commented above mine. Thanks for your very clever flat tree.

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  50. Love your tree. I've enjoyed watching it come together

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  51. I love your tree. I made a similar one for my granddaughter when she was 2. I numbered each day and had small ornaments for each day to count down. She still lokks for it!

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  52. I love your tree! We always had a pickle ornament on the tree. This is going on my to do list!

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  53. Please do a tutorial! I love your tree.

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  54. What a clever idea... and I have so many fun green prints that could be used.

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  55. so cute and clever for small spaces

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  56. WOW what a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. CUTE Christmas Tree!! Thanks for participating in the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop. This project will be GREAT for apartment dwellers!

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  58. i would love a tutorial for this tree; very clever idea.

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  59. What a cute tree.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  60. Theses incredible, thank you for sharing such a wonderful christmas idea. x

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  61. What a great idea for anyone that does not have room for a tree!

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  62. What a clever idea! This looks beautiful and festive!

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  63. I love your Christmas tree. Please make a tutorial. I have a small house and need something like this. Great job.

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  64. What a great idea for someone who doesn't have the room to put up a tree. Lovely work.

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  65. This is great! Perfect solution for small house or apartment living. Your son is going to love this!

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  66. Love these fabric trees. I have one on my must make list.
    tvonzalez at gmail dot com

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  67. That is such a "cool" idea. Very creative thinking on your part.

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  68. What a cute wall hanging! Perfect for someone with limited space to display ornaments on. I see one in my future!

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  69. Great tree and I have lots of green ! Thank You
    patsystitcg@gvtc.com

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  70. Yes, I would love a tutorial, I do not have room for a tree in my home.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com
    Thank you

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  71. Fantastic tree! A tutorial would be great.

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  72. Why not make a scrappy gold/yellow quilted star for the top? I love this idea! Simply beautiful!

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  73. Very clever...I love it!
    Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  74. I LIVE IN A SMALL PLACE TOO I'M VERY TEMPTED TO MAKE ONE OF THESE FOR MY HOME SO I DON'T HAVE TO HAVE A CHARLIE BROWN TREE AGAIN THIS YEAR. READINGTIRZAH AT YAHOO.COM

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  75. That was a great & unique idea to solve the Christmas tree space problem--looks really nice!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  76. I've thought about making tree quilt for my wall, but never even thought about hanging real ornaments on it. Great tip!

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  77. Love this idea and the little loops for hanging the ornaments is just brilliant. Thank you for sharing.

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  78. WHAT a super idea! I love how a need leads to innovation and voilà! A new quilt is born. A tutorial would be great. :-)

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  79. This is a great idea. I was thinking of adding a second tree at Christmas to hang a collection of ornaments. But don't have to space for it. Problem solved!

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  80. wow this is wonderful. I am sure your son will be thrilled. thanks for sharing.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  81. Very creative! I hope my children still love my handmades enough to request them when they are on their own.

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  82. Such a great idea for those with no room for a tree. Thanks! tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  83. You gave lots of details in your blog as you were making the tree, I feel like you already gave us a tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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  84. THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT CHRISTMAS PROJECT!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  85. This works for any room to small to have a tree. I decorate several trees each year both small and large but 2 of my rooms cannot handle a three dimensional tree and this would work for my hand sewn felt ornaments. I would love a PDF for this tree.

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  86. Neat idea! Looks like some vintage ornaments hanging there too.

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  87. I absolutely love this. I no longer put up a tree but have lots of nice ornaments that I miss seeing. This would be an excellent solution. So yes, a tutorial would be great.
    Pat

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  88. This tree is so incredible Jan, I would love a tutorial as well. I can see making this for my friends with small children to have in their bedroom (maybe with stuffed ornaments).

    ~Brandy

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  89. That is one awesome door decoration!

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  90. Oh, yes, please...to the tutorial. This would be perfect for our AZ house! Great idea!!!

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  91. I have been watching you make this tree for the last bit. It is lovely. Thank you for sharing.

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  92. I really like the idea of the panel being door size

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  93. A tutorial would be GREAT, What a creative project...I love it!

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  94. A fun project for those of us who feel one tree is never enough. pjrquilter at msn dot com

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  95. This would be a good project for people that are downsizing or even for someone in a nursing home!

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  96. What a great idea for a tree! I would love to see a tutorial so I could make one for a friend. Thank you.

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  97. I vote for the tutorial as well. Such a cool idea

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  98. What a wonderful idea for a tree in a small space! Nicely done!

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  99. Great tree! I'd love to see a tutorial !

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  100. What a great tree wall hanging. It could even be made in a small enough size for tiny ornaments. Thanks for sharing it.

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  101. This is such a cool idea! I've never seen a quit that is actually designed to have ornaments hang from it. I am curious how you did the loops fro the ornaments at the intersections of the triangles. I am sure he and his housemates will love it!!

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  102. Great 3-D tree idea ...very cool ty for the idea sharing... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  103. Great idea. That makes a great gift.

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  104. Thanks for sharing your loving custom project. I made a christmas table centre for my son the first time he was away at christmas and was living in a very small place.

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  105. Great idea for folks living in small spaces--I saw another made of twister blocks but couldn't hang ornaments on it! I would be interested in a tutorial if you decided to do one.
    Thanks!

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  106. I love your Christmas tree and it would love the tutorial for it. I also have cats and don't put up a tree but this wall hanging would be perfect although I probably won't put real ornaments on it. Thanks for the neat idea.

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  107. A door runner-great design and idea. I'm of German decent, snuck one onto my niece's tree (with an extra gift-it was a recordable talking gnome..which I recorded "who's got MY pickle?)and told the tradition to my niece, whoever finds the pickle-gets an extra gift!

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  108. This is one of the best ideas. My mom is in a memory care unit and a smaller version of this will be great for her wall.

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  109. Super idea! Would love a tutorial, or at least a bit more instruction. Such an awesome looking tree! I'm sure your son will love it. Thanks for linking up to Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  110. What an absolutely fabulous idea! Your son surely knew who to ask for what they needed, didn't he? Moms can always figure it out!

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  111. I knew you would have a super post today, or was it yesterday your time. The tree is wonderful, and YES please to a tutorial. We don't usually have a real green leafy tree, now the family have all left home, and generally come later in the year. I have a space by the front door, sheltered, and this would be perfect there. Traditions, they are so important, and I can see a star at the top.Your son will be so happy to receive this, a beautiful gift made with love.

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  112. This tree is totally just what is needed!!! Yes, we need a tutorial! Love it!

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  113. Great tree and a great quilt for those long narrow spaces

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  114. Very fun tutorial and a must have tree for the holidays! Thank you.

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  115. What a great tree! I made mini trees for my son, and for his fiance's dorm room, several years ago.

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  116. What a wonderful idea! I'm sure you now realize how awesome this is, based on the requests for a tutorial. :-) Thanks for sharing today.

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  117. That is very cool for the space challenged. I would love a tutorial. thank you for sharing.

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  118. What a clever way to show off more ornaments! Thanks for sharing

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  119. Forgot to add, love your German ornaments--I have a Santa, Nutcracker and 3 sizes of pickles plus a few others picked up in Berlin...I must make a tree for us--thanks for idea, and yes, a pattern would be lovely

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  120. Absolutely a wonderful idea. Would work for those elderly in assisted living, etc! Thanks for sharing!!

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  121. I can see the hooks on the ornaments, but can't quite tell how they are fastened to the tree. I would enjoy a tutorial.

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  122. Visiting all these different blogs every day was a great idea and I've seen so many good idea's of things to make at Christmas, including your lovely tree :)

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  123. This is really a clever idea! I think the wall hanging could be made smaller, too, for those who live in care homes. Sometimes wall room is at a minimum, so a small tree would be perfect! It looks super!

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  124. I love this tree! I don't put up a tree any more so this would be perfet.

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  125. Nice idea for a tree in limited space...........doesn't take too long to decorate or take down either!

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  126. What a great tree! It's certainly a lot easier to put up and take down!! Thanks for sharing!

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  127. Cute tree. Would be fun for a child's room-with unbreakable ornaments!!
    ykcihc5@yahoo.com

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  128. What a fantastic tree! I would love to see a tutorial.

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  129. What a great idea! That would be a good tree for seniors, too. No more battling with getting a tree set up, but still the fun of hanging ornaments.

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  130. Clever idea for a Christmas tree! It is lovely!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  131. I knew you would come up with a good idea. I like your tree a lot and I have an overflowing box of green scraps too. This will be on my gift list this year. Thanks much. A tutorial would be nice. ☺

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  132. What a fantastic idea - I love what you've done! Thanks for the idea.

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  133. So creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  134. Jan, what an incredible idea! It's fantastic! I sure your son will be thrilled. I love the variety of greens for the tree and the background fabrics! Great job!

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  135. I love the tree, great idea. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  136. Love this! Yes, please a tutorial!!

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  137. I love your tree. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  138. A fantastic idea and thanks for bring part of the blog hop

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  139. I'd like to make one like this for myself (also known as Three Cats' Servant, hence the need) so a tutorial, please!

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  140. What a great idea! I had the room when my second child was a toddler and my son was four - I put the Christmas tree in the playpen and let them have the roam of the house. When I could watch them and wanted them to interact with the tree, I let the side of the playpen down. Of course, my son could climb in the playpen and did not because it was full with the tree. I say "I" because I was a working mom and their dad worked evenings and was only home 1 out of 4 weekends, so I was almost a single mom. This a great idea for a small house or apartment. It's also lower storage. As well there are fewer ornaments for a 2 year old to pull. I'm sure many would love a tutorial if not for now for later. Thanks for a great idea.

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  141. Great idea--I think this would also be great for dorm rooms. Thanks for sharing!

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  142. This is an awesome idea!!! Looks fantastic too!!

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  143. Yes to a tutorial, this is a great idea!

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  144. This is the perfect solution to small living quarters. And it's still fun to be able to decorate the Christmas tree! You are an awesome mom.

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  145. What a brilliant idea!!
    (I also can see this as a quilt pattern!)
    By the way, Sarah (Confessions of a Fabric Addict) had posted ideas for ornaments last Monday, July 17, that I think would make *wonderful* tree toppers for your Christmas tree! The "fabulous folded fabric star" would even be flat for storage with the tree...
    *Thank you!* for sharing such a great idea!!
    Pat T.

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  146. Jan, this is a great idea and you've executed it so well! I love that you can use regular ornaments on it, too. I may try to make one that could serve as an advent calendar, too, with numbered ornament loops and an ornament for each day - the kiddos would love that!

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  147. Love the little thread loops for hanging thr ornaments.

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  148. How nice that your son knows just where to go when he needs some Christmas in his world. And that he and his roommates want a tree and want to hang real ornaments. What a fun memory this will be for that little one. Hooray for you!

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  149. Great project - lots of potential for personalizing it too. Thanks for sharing!

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  150. I love this idea. I have a really small apartment and don't think I'll have room for a tree, but I sure could use this!!

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  151. This would also be great for seniors. You could even add the battery powered mini-lights for extra sparkle.

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  152. That was a great idea and I love the way it turned out.

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  153. I love your tree wall hanging and I would love to see a tutorial for it. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  154. What a great idea! I love the creativity of this project!

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  155. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netJuly 20, 2017 at 2:16 PM

    Love the tree!

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  156. I love this! Putting up the tree is getting to be a real chore for me. I think I could handle this one. Thank you! Yes on the tutorial!

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  157. This is so genius! My oh my... what a great idea and such great workmanship.

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  158. This is so genius! My oh my... what a great idea and such great workmanship.

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  159. Very clever. Love it
    Swoot@att.net

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  160. What a wonderful inventive mind you have! Great idea for the Christmas Tree, your son must know he can depend on your imagination for any and every need.
    Jeri Oldtisme@aol.com

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  161. This is a great quilt and in my case I wouldn't have to rearrange the living room!

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  162. I have been wanting to make a quilt out of triangles like this for some time, so thanks for posting your idea!

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  163. This is really a great idea. I'd love to see a tutorial for how to make this.

    hijoffeATgmailDotcom

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  164. That worked out really well! I like your idea for a topper. On thought might be to make a big bow that can be attached at the top. I've seen a number of tutorials for something like that.

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  165. Please, please post a tutorial.

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  166. Fantastic idea! tutorial please!

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  167. oh how fabulous! Yes... so much inspiration... and only 6 months to do it in!

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  168. Such a good idea for a small space! Your tree is lovely!

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  169. That is just a beautiful tree. Thanks for the tutorial that you made as well.

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  170. What a great idea for a space saving tree! Personally I have a little beaded tree. I like that it is really easy to put up and take down.

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  171. Fabulous! I love the tree. Great job!

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  172. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  173. This is such a cute idea- it would be fun for kids to decorate with fabric/ or unbreakable ornaments. Thanks for sharing!

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  174. This is a cute idea, perfect for a small apartment! Thank you for the great idea!

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  175. What a great solution to the small-house problem! It would be perfect for anyone looking to add a little Christmas cheer to a room too, even if they have a 'proper' tree somewhere else in the house.

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