Pinocchio Christmas Tree
Pinocchio’s famous yellow hat, with a blue band and red feather topped his tree, and the wooden sign had classic lettering on it. This tree had a playful style, with ABC, and 123 books, and colourful baubles.
The star-shaped ornaments say “Official Conscience” and remind me of sheriff badges. A huge wrecked ship sat in the lower branches, as did Pinocchio’s strings, attached to sticks – I don’t know if they have an actual name, but they’re the thing that you use to operate puppets. Finally, a Pinocchio ornament was inside the lantern.
101 Dalmatians Christmas Tree
I’ll start with the ornament in the lantern which was Mickey-shaped, with a zebra pattern. I guess they don’t sell 101 Dalmatians ornaments, and this was the closest to black and white…?
The decorations were mainly black, and white, with touches of red. There were bows, collars, bones, and old wooden-style TV set too. There was even a box of Kanine Krunchies – the dog treat that they all love. The wooden sign was decorated with black spots to match the dog’s pattern. Oh, and I just noticed Cruella De Vil’s red glove poking out of the top of the tree!
Fantasia Christmas Tree
This was another one of my favourite trees on the trail. From the top of the tree with the Sorcerer’s Hat to the broomsticks and buckets to the dandelion whisps, and dancing mushrooms. It was all just too cute for words!
The baubles look like soap bubbles, and other ornaments included mermaids, seahorse, and flamingos. A red Mickey Ears ornaments hung inside the lantern. It was flat, and I think it’s made of metal – at least that’s what I’m remembering when seeing them in Disney Days of Christmas.
The Fantasia sign used the Sorcerer’s Hat as the first letter A, and I should also mention the lightning bolt at the top of the tree too.
Disney Villains Christmas Tree
Unlike the Princesses, the Villains do not warrant their own individual tree, so it’s a montage of many on this one.
Ursula’s tentacles poked out from the branches, and the antlers, I think must represent Gaston. There are crystal balls hanging from the tree, and on closer inspection, you can see Disney Villains such as Jafar, and Hades on them.
Other ornaments include red and purple flowers, candles, mirrors, poison apples, gemstones, and horns. Inside the lantern is a handbag ornament in an Ursula design. I guess she was the winner for this tree, as she seems to feature prominently. Not that I’m complaining! I haven’t gone down the handbag ornament collecting route, but I do collect the Disney Shoe, and Mickey Ear Hat ornaments…
Robin Hood Christmas Tree
Another tree based on one of my favourite Disney Movies – Robin Hood. I was so happy when I saw this! Even more so when I saw the Robin Hood plush ornament inside the lantern. I totally had to purchase that one for our Christmas Tree back at home!
Prince John’s crown was placed at the top of the tree, and the baubles were all gold – to represent, I think, the gold that Robin Hood would steal from the rich to give to the poor.
Other decorations included a bow and arrow, archery targets, a lute, and a reward poster. The wood sign with Robin Hood written on it was very clever. It had a target for the letter ‘O’ in Robin, and an arrow created the line across the letter ‘H’ in Hood.
Dumbo Christmas Tree
All the fun and excitement of the circus are found on Dumbo’s Christmas Tree!
Dumbo was hidden at the top of the tree – you could see his ears, his trunk – holding his feather, and his yellow hat, in which Timothy Q. Mouse was hiding.
There were colourful pennants wrapped around the tree, and the Casey Junior train was making its way along the branches. There were circus animals, merry-go-round horses, and peanut boxes among the branches, as well as colourful baubles with stars, spots, and stripes. The large drum-shaped objects are, I think, the stands that the elephants stand on top off during their circus act.
The wooden sign had Dumbo written on it in a Circus themed font, and inside the lantern was a green Mickey Ears bauble.
Tangled Christmas Tree
A lovely posy of pink and yellow flowers topped the Tangled tree, and the flowers continued down throughout the branches – along with Rapunzel’s plaited hair.
Rapunzel herself is the ornament inside the lantern, and her security weapon of choice – a heavy skillet- hangs in the tree too; as do several of her lanterns.
There are a few other notable ornaments, including Pascal, Punzie’s pet chameleon; an artist’s paint palette, and some books. The wooden sign with Tangled written on it is green.
Peter Pan Christmas Tree
At the top of Peter Pan’s tree was his signature green hat with a red feather, along with a crossed cutlass and dagger. Tinkerbell can be found inside the lantern, and Captain Hook’s ship is balanced on the lower branches.
There are green baubles hanging from the tree, and I spotted Wendy’s hair bow, Michael’s teddy bear, and I’m sure John’s umbrella must be hanging on their surely? Although, is that maybe his top hat, just under the blue and yellow Peter Pan sign?
Lilo & Stitch Christmas Tree
This was another tree that I ended up with rubbish photos of – grr!
Tropical flowers and foliage adorn Lilo & Stitch’s tree from the very top to the very bottom. I think the blue feathery fringe stuff represents the waves of the ocean, and a mini surfboard perches on top of it.
Vinyl records and Hawaiian shirts hang from the branches, and a ukulele and the word ‘ohana’ are also nestled on the tree. Whilst I didn’t notice Lilo’s toy doll Scrump on the tree, I see several other homemade dolls – maybe previous versions!
The wooden sign is painted blue, with Lilo & Stitch written on, with several painted hibiscus, and inside the lantern is a Stitch ornament – another one that I also bought!