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Mini Pine Trees in Vintage Milk Glass

My Trader Joe’s had these cute little pine trees; I couldn’t resist putting them in some of my  milk glass with some vintage bell ornaments. My oldest was great about pointing out how fragile they were by breaking 2 of them for me about 10 minutes after I had put them out. Those are back in the box for another year. Anyway, love how these Mini Pine Trees in Vintage Milk Glass look on the coffee table.
Mini pine trees in vintage milk glass with silver ornaments and candles

   I found out these types of pine trees might actually grow in my area, so I am going to nurse these little sprouts until spring and then see what happens.
I love these little mini trees!
Mini Christmas tree in milk glass vintage containers

Get creative with your containers!

These little trees are so cute, you could use them all over the house in all kinds of fun and vintage containers. You don’t have to keep you Mini pine trees in vintage milk glass…Why stick with milk glass? You could create a mini-forest in vintage canisters, painted jars, paint cans and more. You could even use pots and paint them in holiday colors to make something unique. And don’t forget how even empty and washed cans from the grocery store can be fun decor.
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  1. I have one of those milk glass pitchers…from my grandmother.

    I love the idea of putting the small plants/trees in them.

    perfect idea!

    the white with the dark green is pure Christmas!

    And, I love those clock faces in the background…those are on my list….can you tell me where to find them?

  2. Too cute! And they look like the kind I had on the side of my old house. When we moved in 6 years ago, it was as tall as my waist and looked like a bush. Within 6 years, that little “bush” grew into a HUGE massive tree that is scraping the second floor bedroom window. So they grow pretty well…even in a drought. I had 4 others lining my fence and they all are HUGE! I probably would plant them somewhere that they won’t completely consume the area…;)

  3. Those look beautiful – love them in the milk glass! Haha – Lillie has already shattered one of my ornmanents too so I have refrained from using almost any this year!

  4. These totally just made me smile, thank you. And I love them in those milk glass pitchers.

    I bought some super pointy needle tipped tiny trees for my dining table (my orange tabby likes nibbling on greens, so I’m hoping their prickly ends keeps him away).

    Happy Holidays!


  5. jen.if.er. what simple,fabulous, serene beauty…i love this!!! i so appreciate simple and clean – and then the clock faces in the background are the piece de resistance…


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