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    Oh Christmas Tree... Oh Christmas Tree!!

    Hello there! Merry Christmas Tree to you! LOL. Starting this thread for pictures of Trees! This is my Big Family Tree in the living room. It's a real tree, 9 ft tall, 5 ft wide. It's the last tree we put up. This means all the house is decorated, the garlands are all hung, wreaths are up and shining... trees all over the house... and Finally this one is done. Now, on to shopping and wrapping! Please post a picture of your tree too when you are done!

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    Beautiful! I haven't even really started our decorating yet. Just got some lights up in the kitchen window and Mr. and Mrs. Claus are out on the front porch.
    Ginny B

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      That's a magnificent tree, Gloria!! You always do such a wonderful job with your holiday decorating.

      Here's our living room tree. It's a slim-line and all of the white ornaments (snowflakes, angels and ballerinas) were made on my embroidery machine the past 2-3 years. I start making ornament in the Summer every year.

      Happy Holidays Everyone!

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        Thank you, thank you, thank you. I do believe I needed this this year. Just found out the source I've used for Christmas tree will not be selling them this year. Terrible terrible bummer. They had beautiful tree, so full and all sizes were $20. I'd buy a tall one and they would cut the bottom 1/3 off for me and deliver it and bring it into the house. I then used the bottom third to make wreaths for my doors. I could do a very large one (about 36") and two medium ones (24")......all for $20. Last year I bought another very large frame so I could do one this year for a neighbor who just loved mine. Now, alas, all is for naught. I'm depressed and feel something stole my Christmas. I just can't justify the $50 or so that the other places are selling large trees for around here.
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          Barb! I love your tree! It looks like a pic in a magazine! Beeuuutiful!!!
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            Very pretty Gloria!

            Barb that is just stunning!! I lent my machine to my dd to make snowflakes for gifts this year and she hasn't done one yet. If I may I'm going to send her your picture to get inspired.
            🌺 Lorie

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              Originally posted by Bubby View Post
              That's a magnificent tree, Gloria!! You always do such a wonderful job with your holiday decorating.

              Here's our living room tree. It's a slim-line and all of the white ornaments (snowflakes, angels and ballerinas) were made on my embroidery machine the past 2-3 years. I start making ornament in the Summer every year.

              Happy Holidays Everyone!

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              This tree is stunning! Gorgeous work Barb!
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                Gloria and Barb, your trees are gorgeous! Here's a peek at mine large one is in the living room and small er one is in the sunroom. Can't wait to see more tree pics posted I love Christmas!
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                  We put us up on Tuesday night but since I have not a pic yet to prove it guess what I need is good natural lighting to show you mine

                  Ladies I LOVE your Christmas trees so much
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                    Originally posted by Cathy F View Post
                    Gloria and Barb, your trees are gorgeous! Here's a peek at mine large one is in the living room and small er one is in the sunroom. Can't wait to see more tree pics posted I love Christmas!
                    Cathy, Your trees are absolutely fantastic!!!!
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                      DSCN1296_01.jpgH[ATTACH]137573[/ATTACH] Barb, AWESOME tree. Love those angels. I have a small one on my tree that I made last year. Can't wait to see other trees posted. Love this time of year! Happy Holidays, everyone.
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                        I love all their trees and those Bubby ornament are beautiful, in my country we adorn the house on December 8, because our Christmas ends on January 6 with the feast of the Three Wise Men so I can not put a photo of my tree and my Belen, when I have it I will teach, in the meanwhile I will see your precious trees

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                          All beautiful trees and I like the white ornaments. No tree for me this year. Not enough room, added to with the packing to move, and I will actually be traveling to DS's for Christmas. Maybe I'll pull out a few decorations this weekend, but not much. And of course I'll enjoy all of the trees here. Thanks

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                            Originally posted by cv quilter View Post
                            [ATTACH=CONFIG]137573[/ATTACH]H[ATTACH]137573[/ATTACH] Barb, AWESOME tree. Love those angels. I have a small one on my tree that I made last year. Can't wait to see other trees posted. Love this time of year! Happy Holidays, everyone.
                            Your tree us very pretty and I love your tree skirt!
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                              I love seeing all your trees, gets me in the holiday mood. Our tree traditionally gets decorated on our anniversary (Dec. 17) a wonderful tradition and our grown kids try to make it home for this but sometimes wish we had it up earlier.
                              Beth

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