Monday, December 6, 2010

Holiday Traditions - FIAR Ornament Exchange Tree

We've gotten so many fantastic ornaments through the years from our FIAR ornament exchange I finally did what many of my fellow rowers did many years ago, we bought a tree just for our FIAR ornaments! :)

We've put it in our school room and have all of our ornaments lovingly placed on the tree. The kids have really enjoyed looking at all the ornaments from years past all in one spot. We don't have our big tree up yet, so they are enjoying this small one w/ all these special ornaments all the more. :)

Our new tree with our newest ornaments

 All decorated. :)

 another side

 close up of another side

 another close up of the ornaments on the bottom

 More close-ups














 Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, The Rag Coat, Lentil



Harold's Purple Crayon, How to make an Apple Pie and See the World, Ping, Ferdinand, Snowflake Bentley (a few of those up there. :) )
 
ABC Bunny, Hanna's Cold Winter, The Pumpkin Runner and Ping



 The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge


 Night of the Moonjellies and Ferdinand the Bull



 Follow the Drinking Gourd







 The Gully Washer

Aren't these fun and unique? We love our FIAR community. 

See an ornament you made?  Leave a comment and share which one it was. :)
 

4 comments:

The Unsell Family said...

I LOVE it! So very cool. I have considered buying a tree too but every Christmas we end up just putting them on our regular tree. We have many of the same ornaments. ;-) Loved seeing the ones we don't have too.

Molly said...

We made the purple crayon. :o) It is fun to see them all. This is our third year exchanging and I know enjoy it more than the kids do!

Molly said...

I just saw the corks we sent last year for our Ferdinand ornament. It looks like they are hanging right next to the crayon. :o)

Marsha in Fl. said...

We made the glow in the dark moonjelly for Night of the Moonjellies. Love seeing all the ornaments! I'm getting another tree just for the fiar ornaments for next year.