Private Stash: Ceramic Christmas Tree

Happy Friday everyone! Today will be our last post in 2012, as the Snag team will be taking a short blog vacation until January 7, 2013. We’ll be back with revitalized energy, and hopefully some new finds. We’re always open to post suggestions, so be sure to email us if you have any ideas, or leave a comment in the comments section.

Until 2013, I leave you with one of my favorite private stashes.

Amazing Ceramic Tree

Found at a garage sale earlier this year, I purchased this prize-winning ceramic tree for only $5. The size, the detail, and the adorable little bulbs are so unique and wonderful. Unfortunately many of the bulbs were glued in and had broken off, but fortunately I could pry them out and Austin had replacements from a tree he found at a truly terrifying garage sale where he ended up throwing the whole ceramic tree away due to a foul smell. Let’s just say the sale had a fox in one of the boxes.

There’s nothing better than sitting down after a stressful day and seeing this tree light up a corner. The only downside is it doesn’t have an on/off switch so I have to plug it in a recessed electrical outlet behind a bunch of books every night. An inconvenience well worth it. Maybe in the New Year I will rewire it.

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2 Comments

  1. Anne
    Posted December 21, 2012 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

    I love it! Reminds me of one my grandparents had at their house when I was little. Happy Holidays to the Snag Team!

    • Angela
      Posted January 6, 2013 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

      Thanks Anne! Hope you had a great holiday season as well :)

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