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Thursday, December 20, 2018


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Lisa at Greenbow

I love the crock holding up the tree with the dried oranges, very Christmasy. Pretty ornaments. Fun to see what ornaments catches ones eye.


Beautiful! Your sister-in-law's tree is wonderful and the dried orange idea is definitely worth copying. Come to think of it, I have a big bag of oranges in the kitchen and a food dehydrator in the basement so this might not take a whole year to copy.

Kris P

Nicely done! I really have to try adding a small tree (or 2) next year.

Linda Brazill

i have one small artificial tree with no lights that i leave the ornaments on and just put the whole thing inside a plastic bag. It's decorated with mostly non-breakable things that are all garden related.


Inspiring! Another beautiful thing to do with dried orange slices is use them as ornaments; they have a stained-glass effect if there's enough light behind them (can be accomplished by wrapping light strand through the tree close to trunk).

We're right in the middle of setting in place our tree, a small cedar that sprang up along the driveway. Smells great, but prickly as heck.

Linda Brazill

Oh, I agree. Cedars are lovely but very prickly.

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