They're in every room of the house, up to six in a room. Each one is decorated in a different theme: Victorian, shoes, cups and saucers, hats and purses, Thomas Kinkade, Christopher Radko, music, Santas, angels, blue-and-silver, gold-crystal-lime green, et al.
The ornaments on the international tree were collected mainly by her mother on overseas trips.
The ornaments on the jeweled-and-beaded tree Corlett made herself.
The jewelry tree is decorated with pins and earrings she doesn't wear anymore.
The Beanie Babies tree is her husband's. There are also trees for the grandchildren.
She has been collecting trees and ornaments for almost 48 years, ever since her first Christmas with her husband, Cliff.
The Corletts start putting up the trees in early October. Jean teaches fifth grade and music at Faith Christian School, as well as private piano lessons. She is also the minister of music at Church of the Good Shepherd in Anniston, and she plays piano for the orchestra at Hill Crest Baptist in Anniston, where she and her husband are members.
Her most unusual tree is the one in the bathtub. "I had it on one of the vanities, but found it was far cuter in the bathtub," Corlett said. She has tried to find miniature bathroom fixtures to hang on it, but so far no luck. Instead, it is decorated with miniature ornaments.