Our family tradition is to put up our Christmas tree over Thanksgiving weekend. We don't decorate our entire house (a wreath on the door, some white candles in the windows, a little greenery on the porch). But we really go all out on the tree.
We decorate our tree in glass ornaments. The wife and I have been collecting them over the years. We have old family ornaments, those we have found at antique shops and auctions, ones we get get from various shops, and those we pick up from the places we travel. In total, we have well over 400 glass ornaments on our tree.
In keeping with the theme of 'The Barn Board', we have barns. Traditional barns like ours . . .
. . . and classic Shaker round barns!
There are little snow-covered houses . . .
. . . snow covered cottages . . .
. . . churches . . .
. . . fanciful buildings . . .
. . . quaint cottages . . .
. . . and even fine hotels!
I need to find a few more buildings. Maybe an outhouse!