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cheapy tree to a neat tree

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 29, 10 at 0:53

Another good idea I thought. And the tree would work for any holiday! Big bang for little bucks.

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: Halloween Tree


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What an adorable tree!


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Boy, I love the ornaments that she found & has added to it...& that tree skirt is CUTE! TFS, you nite owl! Jeanne S.


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Her tree turned out so cute! Would not have thought to use a white tree for Halloween, but it works great and really shows off the ornaments. And the white letters in the tree skirt pull the color all the way to the floor. That fabric is really neat. She really did a great job on this. TFS.

Luvs


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Although I can never seem to wrap my brain around using a tree like that for any holiday other than Christmas, I have to admit that the white really does show off her wonderful Halloween ornaments. Twisting the branches together to give it a more feather-type tree was a great idea.
Thanks for the links to all these Halloween ideas on blogs, Karen! I lvoe looking at all the uniqie ideas!
Lynn


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Lynn, a white tree would work wonderfully to decorate for Valentine's with pretty red or pink ornies. And Easter with the pastel ones. Then you have patriotic stuff that would go well on one. So a white tree could get a lot of usage.
I do like how well the Halloween stuff shows up on it, tho i sure wouldn't have thought of white for this holiday.

hugs, Karen


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Now I need to look for a white tree after Christmas. Love this idea!! And that tree skirt.


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