Last year, I shared my Christmas Decor — and it’s largely the same this year, barring some updates I made to my Christmas Tree, which you can see a peek of in this post, following this amazing tutorial from Megan Stokes. The translucent ribbon and glittery picks I found at the craft store really make all the difference!
Given a lot of my decor is the same year over year, I didn’t think that would make for a very interesting post, so instead, I wanted to share this amazing Christmas Tree Jewelry Collage that I picked up in Lewisburg, West Virginia earlier this year when my sisters and I spent a long weekend at The Greenbrier.
While exploring Lewisburg’s main street, my sisters and I popped into Robert’s Antiques — a combination antique and wine store, so truly my dream — before checking into the resort. Immediately upon entering the store, these beautiful Christmas Tree jewelry collages by artist Alan Anderson stood out to me. They had several large ones, like the one I came home with, hanging on the walls and then a wide variety of tabletop sizes.
Since we were visiting West Virginia over Martin Luther King Day Weekend — almost immediately past the Christmas season — I was initially torn on whether or not I wanted to buy one. But after walking around the store and finding some other antique goodies, I decided that I would always regret not buying one of these heirloom-quality pieces and that it was worth the investment. This Christmas tree on a rich green background with a beautiful rounded frame was the one I kept coming back to, and I am so glad that I decided to buy it.
Last year, when I shared this beautiful piece of art on my Instagram story, several of my followers called Robert’s Antiques and they were able to assist them in purchasing one over the phone — they sent through pictures of the available Christmas Trees and everything. So I highly recommend giving them a call if you’re interested in buying one yourself — it is stunning in photos, but even those don’t do it justice.
I can’t wait to make this Christmas Tree part of my decor for years to come!