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02-12-2015 14:38 #31
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02-12-2015 16:12 #34
I just bought a new tree. Our old one was puny and it was so overloaded with just half our decorations on it! So hello big new gorgeous tree. Might even let the kids have another crack at decorating it
04-12-2015 19:26 #35Senior Member
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DS wanted red. So we threw every red (with some gold) decoration that we own. Its fibre optic so looks nice at night at least lol.
04-12-2015 20:13 #36
Show us your Christmas tree!!
Small twiggy tree for us this year so the kids still had something to decorate. We're going away for a week over Christmas and I'm too pregnant to be bothered putting up our big tree then taking it down after Christmas.
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05-12-2015 13:08 #37Senior Member
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I have since bought a train to go around the bottom! No kids in our home yet. But this is my tree! New tree this year and quite a few new deco's! Tree and 99% of decorations from dj's! I get way too exited about Christmas, this is the second time I have walked into dj's (around August) and see the Christmas stuff and than splurge and layby more than I can afford! Lol
05-12-2015 22:04 #38
My clever mum MADE this wreath for me! And also blinged up my xmas tree (added the pink tinsel and the loose shiny tinsel) while I was bathing DD tonight and even this little one I have that I hadn't bothered decorating to surprise me 😃
06-12-2015 00:31 #39
Love this thread! Beautiful trees everyone 😊
06-12-2015 00:32 #40
Toddler friendly ornaments are down low this year, so far none have been broken. Fingers crossed it stays that way!
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