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There's a Stepladder in That Christmas Tree!

One Christmas, I got the urge to do something a little off the wall, where trees are concerned.
Grabbing a ladder, I tried to stuff a small Christmas tree inside of it. Hmm... not big enough.
So I got out the big tree instead.
I'll tell you this... the day was not boring...
(this post was inspired by Eclectically Vintage's own amazing ladder tree at: http://eclecticallyvintage.com/2011/11/ladder-christmas-tree-2/
There indeed is a stepladder on top of this Christmas tree! Here's proof...
I had a brain storm. I was gonna stuff a tree inside the step ladder. But this one was too small. So I got the big one out instead. Would it actually work?
The stepladder was PERFECT for the birdhouse star. So perfect.
And you know junky decorations followed. I think this metal plumb line is gorgeous! :)
I think this is a wash line wheel. Or something. As long as it's tarnished metal, that works for me!
Yes. The stepladder worked. Just don't ask me how long it took to take apart again...
Read more of the gruelling (but cool) story below...

To see more: http://bit.ly/FunkyJunkStepladderTree

Ask the creator about this project

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Dec 10, 2012

    You've outdone yourself on this one, Donna. :)

  • Lina D
    Lina D Phoenix, AZ
    on Dec 11, 2012

    Donna- This tree is so great! I love your creativity! Thanks for visiting my holiday home tour and commenting! I am a big fan of yours :) That made my day. Lina @Fancy frugal Life

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy
    Karen - The Graphics Fairy Columbia, MD
    on Dec 11, 2012

    Donna you are too clever!! That tree is fantastic!!

  • Kathy Conley
    Kathy Conley Spring Hill, TN
    on Nov 12, 2013

    I'm impressed! You make "garage junk" look chic....

  • Janine H
    Janine H Fenton, MI
    on Nov 12, 2013

    actually this turned out rea;;y cool and unique!

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