Christmas Day is almost here! I have been picking up these little Christmas trees for a few months. I almost always find one or two on a trip to the thrift store. It is funny how you can find so many Christmas decorations in July. The best part is no one else seems to want them. I snatch them up every time. I actually keep a storage bin in my closet to collect all my treasures throughout the year.
This galvanized chicken feeder came home with me back in August when Debbie and I went to the Hillsville, VA Flea Market. I have had candles, pumpkins, and gourds in this thing. I love to fill it with all kinds of goodies ever season. When it came to Christmas this year, I just could not decide how to fill the feeder. It sat empty on the shelf for weeks. One night i just hit me….trees! I found a small jar full of epsom salt from Halloween. It was all alone in the garage. I poured it into the feeder and I knew it needed trees and candles. I dug through my tree collection, lined them up in the tray and instant center piece. I put this on my island with some metal bowls filled with vintage ornaments. I think it turned out cute and I am happy to use my little feeder.