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Monday, December 17, 2018

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Peter/Outlaw

Love, love, love your glitzy tree. This is the time of year to celebrate sparkle and you've done it well. Perfect in your red room.

Loree / danger garden

Yay! I love this addition to your otherwise tasteful decor. Not that this isn't it's own kind of tasteful, of course.

Mary

What a delightful tree!!

Kris P

Love it. Christmas is the time to go overboard in my book, even if I seem to veering toward more minimalistic displays of late. I once told my husband I wanted a tiny grove of Christmas trees - I'm a little surprised he didn't leave me right then (although I didn't act on my "threat" either...).

Linda Brazill

One year when the local utility company was clearing trees away from the lines, they cut the tops off a bunch of evergreens. Mark saw them asked if he could have some. That year we had Christmas trees in the living room, inside the front door, outside the front door and on the deck. They were smallish but wonderful.

Lisa at Greenbow

It is always fun to see how Christmas moves us to decorating. Things you might not ever see or even think about pop up here and there in the house and it feels so good to see them. Your spirits are lifted each time you look at this tree no doubt. A happy tree.

Linda Brazill

A happy tree is a perfect description!

Bonnie Jo Berg

I love the pink tree in a red room! I think the ornaments look great on that kind of tree too, they don't get lost. Now you've got me thinking because my foyer is red...

Linda Brazill

This is the first time I've ever put pinks in the red room and I really like the effect. Works much better than I anticipated.

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