Like our word ornaments, our personalized tree ornaments are literally "word" trees. Turn the ornament to the right and you will see a name spelled that makes up the foliage on the tree. So, the Barbara tree spells Barbara, the Madison tree spells Madison, etc. These can be stitched up over one and made into ornaments or over two and framed. You can order first names or last names. If your last name is a common first name, then you pay the first name price.
PERSONALIZED NAME TREE ORNAMENTS
First Names: $12.00
Last Names: $24.00
The Name Trees are a special order item. Just email us with the names that you'd like and we will add them to our "to do" list. When they are ready, we'll contact you. Please give us 2 to 8 weeks to complete your special tree charts as each are hand done.
"Why not put a list of the names already done on the site?" We have over 5000 names in our "library" and we add to them daily so it wouldn't be practical for us to update an online list. And, besides, we like emails.
GENERIC NAME TREES
Names like Dad, Mom, Grandma, Friend, Stitcher, Family, etc. are considered generic and are priced at $6.00 each.
2012 & 2013 TREES
Add a date tree to the back of your Name Tree or stitch it alone to commemorate the year.
TO ORDER, FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW.
PLEASE NOTE: Depending on individual email security settings, incoming emails from our site may be blocked or automatically sent to your spam folder. We will confirm your order within one week of receipt. If you haven't heard from us within one weeks time, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send us pictures of your finished name trees and we'll post some of them here. Thanks to all of you that have sent pictures, we love seeing them!
Nancy's stitched her trees and made them into matching stand ups. They would make a great display for the mantle.
Nancy's Stand Up Trees: top view
Terri stitched her family trees in one shade of floss, then had them all matted and framed to match.
Sandy finished one of her trees as a folding stand up, a great no frame finish.
Side view of Sandy's folding stand up.
Sandy finished the 2006 tree as an ornament. I love her color choices for this one.
These next three pictures are just a few of the 75 trees that my friend Sue stitched for her sister for Christmas gifts.
Sue stitched these over one on 40 count linen.
I always knew that Sue was a fabulous stitcher, I just never realized how dedicated she was. Amazing!
Angie stitched this tree for her friend's family and I love the way she finished it. The linen's edges are fringed and attached to a piece of parchment paper. A really neat idea!
Angie stitched and framed her family tree in a more traditional way. I love the warm colors.
Deb from Stitches N Things stitched her trees and finished them as ornaments. I love the color choices and the finished shapes.
Camille stitched this unique tree for her daughter who loves horses.
Kathy stitched these beautiful trees for her nieces, Kelly & Emily. I love the "sky" fabric that she chose and the little butterflies that appear to be fluttering around the trees.
This is so cool!! Carol stitched this tree for her granddaughter, Sophie. She entered it in the Peoria Area Stitcher's Guild stitching competition and her beautiful stitching earned her a blue ribbon. This is the first prize winning tree that I've heard of and I love it!
This is Kris' "mom" tree. I love her color choice.
Camille stitched this tree for her mother. She stitched it over one and finished it perfectly as an ornament.
This is Jeannie-Marie's "Vicki" tree. She made it into a little banner, a very easy and really cute finishing technique.
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