The fifth tree is done in the damask stitch in red and green sparkle rays. This has a nice flow to it and really gives the look of a tree.
The next tree is stitched in the mosaic stitch using white and green Balgers and a red neon rays plus.
In this photograph, the dark green in tree number 7 looks black, but its that wonderful rich dark green that Balger has. This tree is stitched in the interlocking gobelin in that green and gold.
Green and white tree #8 is stitched in the diagonal mosaic, tent stitch and a variation of the slanted gobelin using sparkle rays and Balger.
Tree number 9 is stitched in the long-armed cross stitch (over 2) interspersed with the tent stitch in metallic ribbon floss and Balger.
Tree #10 is stitched in the alternating Scotch stitch using neon rays plus and Balger.
It's amazing how quickly things progress when you're doing such fun stitches in eye-catching fibers!