TBT: Think Pink, aka Feather Is The New Fir…

This is how we’re rolling for Throwback Thursday — #tbt — this second Thursday in December.

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Christmas My Deer!

For a number of years now in the month of December, we’ve stumbled downtown with holiday sprinkles in our hair and Christmas icing on our cheeks — Have yourself a merry little Christmas! And we do!! — to view the Twelve Trees of Christmas at the Gardiner Museum across from the ROM — aka the Royal Ontario Museum — in Toronto.

I’ve posted about it before.

Several times.

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Thinking outside the Christmas tree!

This year marks the 27th year. We haven’t been…………… yet. The Gardiner is shaking things up a bit, and I look forward to that. It runs from November 12 through January 3.

In past years, the trees have been theme focused.

In 2011, when these shots were taken, the theme was All Creatures Great and Small.

I love the antler thing going on here. And the pink thing. And the feather thing.

I have joy in my Christmas heart for this tree. It was designed by Camal Pirbhai, Kate Hardy for Gallery Bespoke.

Tell me about your favorite tree.


8 thoughts on “TBT: Think Pink, aka Feather Is The New Fir…

  1. I don’t think I have a tree story Elen. Except I want one in my bathroom one day.
    I was listening to Xmas tunes today and I was thinking of you. I just bought “It’s A Holiday Soul Party” by Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings. It is probably to coolest, jazziest Xmas album I’ve heard. I was groovin’ and check out these titles. “Ain’t No Chimneys in the Projects” and “Baby, You Got Tem Big Bulbs Flashing in Your Window Tonight! First time I thought she was saying Big balls!
    I really think you’ll get a kick out of it if you are looking for some cool jivin’ xmas tunes.
    I’ve also been posting on my business FB page about deers too. All things reindeer, all week long.
    I’m loving this new TBT feature Elen, good work.
    Kellie from Princess and the Yard Ape

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  2. Personally, I think I like best the Christmas trees that are standing out in Mother Nature. 🙂 But I like the one you have pictured here. Although those feathers or antlers look a little bit like spiders to me (and nothing wrong with spiders).

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