These little porcelain birds are on our tree every year. They clip on over a Christmas bulb...
...and glow when the lights are on.
The following three ornaments are from my granddaughters. I love having photos on my tree.
I have lots of other angels on my tree (besides my granddaughters :-)).
You know me, I love lace so this little angel was purchased on one of my many work trips.
This one was designed by Heidi at THT. She was so sweet. Her parents were missionaries and she lived much of her life in Spain. I'm so glad our paths crossed.
This is an angel ornament I designed when I worked as a product designer.
This is an hand-made ornament from another friend I worked with, Kate. She made this a couple of years after the company closed. She is a very gifted doll maker.
This is another angel ornament I purchased on a work trip. It is simply a fringed tassel.
I have had this angel that I tuck in the branches for as long as I can remember. It is one of the first I purchased after we were married.
This cone I designed using holeless micro beads over fabric. It was designed for a contest, but I never got around to entering it.
Here is a close-up of my table-top tree.
The star was designed at work, but the image is me as a little girl on Santa's lap. Does that make me famous? OK, I didn't think so ~ lol.
My son brought this home from school when he was (obviously) a little guy. It makes me smile every time I pull it out of the box of ornaments. I used to have several handmade photo ornaments of the kids from over the years, but one year all but this one disappeared :-( No one takes credit for the vanishing ornaments, but I was so sad to no longer have them. I really don't know what happened to them and wonder whether they took them down because the photos embarrassed them? To this day they deny any knowledge of it, so maybe I'm at fault for losing them. At least this one survived.