Tuesday, November 9, 2010

The Blessing Christmas Tree

Introducing The Blessing Christmas Tree:
My 24" artificial tree is the perfect size to grace my foyer table. It's full of mini blessing cards:
Make your own cards with your theme of choice. Will it be blessings for all your holiday visitors?
Or will you create and decorate the tree to present as a gift for someone else? A "thank you" to someone who's been a blessing to you this year? A way to brighten the home of an elderly person or anyone unable to decorate for his or herself? 
Some card ideas: "May God bless you with rest." "May God bless you with friends." "May God bless you with peace." joy, hope, family, love etc.
Finish the gold pot with a shimmering ribbon and "The blessing tree" tag. (note: I created this tree about 4 or 5 years ago as a product concept, but it's still holding up!)
Can you think of who to give The Blessing Tree to? What would your version look like?

12 comments:

too Blessed to Stress said...

Love this idea. We do a thankfulness tree, but I love the idea of giving away a blessings tree - how special. Plus it looks LOVELY!

~Emily N. from "too Blessed to Stress"

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

I love this idea! How wonderful it looks. Your blog is so full of inspiration. I am always amazed when I come by for a visit to see what you are working on!
Blessings,
Debbie

Christine said...

I really like this idea! I have been thinking about doing a scripture tree this year but I really like the Blessing tree! Beautiful!

T said...

#1 - this is so beautiful I'm not sure we can be friends! (ugh... my craftiness went South for the winter... oh wait, I am South... booger)

#2 - I'm just popping around looking at a few other blogs of tonight's dinner folk - and I think I was wrong on #1... because I've also thrown my share of messy boy parties... although one of them was for girls - imagine the ice cream toppings raining down from the roof... yeah, not kidding :)

cornflakegirl74 said...

What a beautiful gift idea for the holidays :) It captures the spirit of Christmas and would really make someone's day. Well done!

Black and White {Side by Side} said...

Such fun & meaningful decor :) That is my favorite kind! I found your page from Joy's 101 and now I'm following you too. Have a great day!

Lacy @ Catholic Icing said...

Cute!

Our Fine House said...

This is such a great idea. How beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Stopping by from SITS.

Living the Scream said...

I met you at Bloggy Bootcamp and am just over to say hi! Your hallmark products are so cute! What a neat website and blog you have.

Amanda Joy said...

This is just lovely! I think I'm going to copy the idea for a church display I'm working on.

the firefly moon said...

i love this idea!

joyce:waddleeahchaa.com said...

In preschool we jump right from Thanksgiving to Christmas. This would be a great way of setting up the tree and decorating as a thankful tree. I think someone else commented about a thankful tree. It would be really nice to help the children on being thankful and giving instead of just getting presents. :) joyce

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