Monday, December 14, 2009

heart tree


heart tree, originally uploaded by wood & wool stool.

Last year's homemade x-mas tree was parked in the backyard from January to last week, when I moved into the house for another christmas.

Therefore it's the greenest tree conceivable. It doesn't need frills. Just a few hearts. Merry christmas everybody!

33 comments:

  1. Hello, Ingrid...this is my first note to you, although I have often admired your work. Your holiday tree is lovely...simple,yet elegant. I love that it was in your backyard all year, waiting. Emily V. from northeastern Pennsylvania, USA.

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  2. your tree is beautiful Ingrid - merry christmas wishes from scotland! kim :-)

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  3. love your work...and always your comments on our blog...have yourself a magical christmas and the very best for you in 2010...warm regards from the frauheuberg ladies...;)...

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  4. Hi Ingrid! Thank you for letting me post on my blog about you and your art. I sent my blog address to you on my Etsy "convo" just now! Everyone who has seen them, just love 'em! Me most of all!

    Warm Hugs,

    Sheila from Oregon, US

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  5. Hi Ingrid
    Love!!! your tree. I want to make one myself. Thank you for sharing :)

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  6. the boards with love make it an honored piece...elk

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  7. What a wonderful tree, very beautiful.

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  8. I love your tree!!! the most ecological way to celebrate Xmass :-))

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  9. ..i love it very much!!really nice and creative!!

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  10. looks wonderful and thanks for my little tree

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  11. Thank you all for your enthusiastic responses on the environmentally x-mas tree :D

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  12. hi ingrid- i´ve come over from kay´s- i love everything i see! warm hugs from spain-jane

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  13. this is hot stuff. (y) go green.

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  14. just wonderful!!! i also love kay`s little tree... xxx soisses

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  15. ik kende je blog nog niet, wat een zonde!!
    geweldige kerstboom

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  16. your tree is fantastic!... i love its simplicity and how green it is, recycled each year:) we do a similar thing, but its with dead branches from various trees.
    happy to have found your blog and gorgeous stools via elisabeth via kay!

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  17. Hi Ingrid, I like your work so much. Is it ok if I post about your wool stool at my {dutch} blog? Thanks!
    http://villafesta.blogspot.com

    Franca

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  18. Merry Christmas an Happy New Year Ingrid!!
    Marce

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  19. I do not celebrate Christmas (we celebrate Hanucka) but if i would. I would love to have this wonderful tree at my home.
    I just got your site link from a friend and i love everything you do Bravo!! for making an
    old traditon looks so new and exiting

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  20. All the best for a wonderful Christmas!

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  21. Such a beautiful tree! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!!

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  22. Beautiful simplicity. Happy Xmas Ingrid!
    Ingrid

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  23. this is also so sweet! and no need to cut down anymore trees!

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  24. LOVE it! I really admire your work. Hope you had a great christmas and wish you a happy new year

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  25. such a clever idea! thank you for sharing!

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  26. This is lovely! I'm writing a round-up of favourite Christmas ideas - may I include this image with your name and link back?

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  27. Qué chulo!!. Me encanta!!.

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