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no where to store these decorations

Posted by craftylady-2006 (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 14, 07 at 14:44

My shed is full to the top with other stuff and I really don't have anywhere else to store the lawn decorations I found. Got enough crap in the basement as it is. Is there anyone here close enough to me (Western MA) that wants them - come get them, they're yours!!!

Sal

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RE: no where to store these decorations

Well, maybe I'll keep the baby reindeer and another one for a planter this spring/summer, but that's it, the rest have to go.

Sal


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RE: no where to store these decorations

I'm in the same boat as you --- no where to store anything :( Maybe that's a good thing - I'd have tons of decorations otherwise ! )


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RE: no where to store these decorations

The raindeer come apart and you can put them in smaller places. I think the tree can go flat. My daughter has her raindeer in small boxes for storage. Or put them in a box and put all the other decorations around them. or plant them up and give as gifts or sell them....then you can buy more stuff...


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Good suggestion

Ohhhh, Twomonths, thanks so much for those suggestions. I do hate to part with my "treasures." What's in my shed can maybe be put in the basement. My bro is going to build me some shelves as long as one of the walls in a room down there.

Sal


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