Presented here in no particular order are the
Top Ten Holiday Trees from previous Worleygig posts! Enjoy!
Aluminim Christmas Tree with Pink Ornaments ( ) Original Post
Christmas Tree Made of Books ( ) Original Post
Hub Cap Christmas Tree ( ) Original Post
Doughnuts Christmas Tree ( Original Post)
Bacon Christmas Tree ( ) Original Post
Musical Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree ( ) Original Post
Godzilla Christmas Tree ( ) Original Post
Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree ( Original Post)
Contemporay Art Christmas Tree – Philippe Parreno’s ( Fraught Times: For Eleven Months of the Year it’s an Artwork and in December it’s Christmas ) Original Post
Origami Tree from the Museum of Natural History NYC ( ) Original Post
This entry was posted on December 23, 2013, in
Uncategorized and tagged Aluminim Christmas Tree, Bacon, Bacon Christmas Tree, Charlie Browns Christmas Tree, Christmas, Christmas Tree, Christmas Tree Made of Books, Contemporay Art, Doughnuts Christmas Tree, Fraught Times, Godzilla Christmas Tree, Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree, Holiday Tree, Hub Cap Christmas Tree, Museum of Natural History, NYC, Origami, Origami Christmas Tree, Philippe Parreno, Pink Ornaments, Unusual Christmas Trees.
Thanks to Jeff Brown for the Image
Sounds Like Christmas to Me!
From Unusual Life:
Walter Dymond, groundskeeper of Harold Lloyd’s estate, Greenacres, with the Lloyd Christmas tree. Dymond was responsible for the construction of the Christmas tree from two trees (wiring the branches of one into the other), and placed the ornaments where Mr Lloyd directed. Harold and his wife Mildred decorated it every year from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, and collected thousands of ornaments for it from all over the world. It was 20 feet tall, 9 feet wide and almost 30 feet around. The tree was fire-proofed and remained up all year. – (1972)
This entry was posted on December 24, 2012, in
Gail's Rad Blog and tagged Christmas Tree, Decorations, Greenacres, Harold Lloyd, Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree, Hollywood, Mildred Lloyd, Ornaments, Unusual Christmas Trees, Walter Dymond.
This has to be Homer Simpson’s Favorite Christmas Tree, Amiright?
May Your Christmas be as Beautiful as This Tree is Pink!
This entry was posted on December 25, 2011, in
Gail's Rad Blog and tagged Aluminum Christmas Tree, Beautiful, Christmas, Christmas Tree, Holiday Decorations, Pink, Pink Ornaments, Pink Thing of the Day, Unusual Christmas Trees.
It’s a true Christmas Miracle!
Thanks to Anne Raso for the Image!
Game: How many individual hubcaps can you identify?
Thanks to Neatorama for The Tip!
This entry was posted on December 18, 2011, in
Gail's Rad Blog and tagged Auto Parts, Car Part Christmas Tree, Christmas, Holiday, Hub Caps, Hubcap Christmas Tree, Hubcaps, Tree, Unusual Christmas Trees.
Thanks to Neatorama For the Tip!