Star. As a tradition, we commemorate the event which remind our family about the star that guided the three kings to find baby Jesus in the Bethlehem. Star also reminds us that Jesus are with us all the time and guides us in every step of our journey in life.
We have an angel on top of our tree this year. We alternate between the angel and a star.
I have a Victorian style angel I put atop my tree. She has a lit candle in each hand and graces our tree with the shine of Jesus and the warmth of the Victorian age that I so love.
Neon pink feathers covering cardboard in a star shape. I love the colour. Plus, the store was throwing it out because it had been damaged and was missing something to attach it to the tree.
A star, to remind me of the Christmas story of Jesus' birth. It comforts me.
I have a small tree that sits in a planter which makes it about not quite 6' tall. So I add artificial twig type branches with sparkles on them - to give it more height. But I have a couple of angels within my tree.
This year I have a big red and gold bow on the top of my living room tree. My dining room tree is all white, silver and gold with a gold angel on top. The fireplace mantel has a porcelain angel with a burgundy red silk dress and gold wings. She is surrounded by white and burgundy candles and poinsettias. Looks really pretty.
We have an angel that is placed on the top of the tree each year. In my studio, it's a fun, colorful tree topped with a snowman.
We only decorated a 3 ft tree this year...my daughter decided to put her cupcake purse on the top
We usually go away for Christmas, and don't have a tree at home. But I do like the idea of a nice shining star. I'm not really into decorations, probably because I grew up in a hot part of the world, and there isn't as much emphasis on Christmas trees.
The snowman in the back graced the top of our tree this year.
by dragonlady1967 10 years ago
What do you put on top of your Christmas tree?Angel? Star? Something else? Be creative
by elisabethkcmo 11 years ago
some people put it up right after Thanksgiving, some wait until closer to Christmas..
by keepitnatural 10 years ago
What is the correct date to put your christmas tree up?
by flashmakeit 8 years ago
What type of ornaments are you going to put on your Christmas tree this year?
by Ryan Hupfer 12 years ago
I wanted to share that me and my girlfriend decided to put up our Christmas tree last weekend since we had some time over the Thanksgiving holiday. After putting it up I started thinking that it could probably make for a pretty solid Hub - I might have to write something up here the next couple of...
by Jayme Kinsey 8 years ago
What is the first Christmas decoration you put up each year?Do you put up your tree first? Garlands? Wreaths? Outside decorations?
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