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Old Nov 29th, 2017, 11:47 AM   31
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Oh wow rhi rhi that is so Christmassy!! It's going to look amazing!

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Still got bits to sort and find a matching tree skirt

Gorgeous trees ladies

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Omg I love that! I never do colour schemes I just stick on whatever but that looks hotttt!!!! 😍
Tal hun I sat and done it last night . Totally regretted it lol! I have loads of special baubles that I was gonna put on but today and went and bought the girls a 6ft white tree for their room and they can put special baubles on there's lol. So happy with it this year thank you

Smartie the flocking is a nightmare I have darkish hardwood floor which now looks like it has dandruff. Love it but in hindsight ...I will spend this month sweeping over and over again xx



 
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Gorgeous trees ladies :-)



 
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Old Nov 29th, 2017, 14:29 PM   33
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We got a new tree this yr, brought it from the shopping network. Call me mad but its a 6.5 ft and we live in an RV
will try get a night time pic soon!!



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Wow that's a huge tree! Looks great!



 
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Old Nov 30th, 2017, 09:26 AM   35
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Lovely!
I went and got a 7ft this year. Now Iím scared itís going to be too tall and touch the ceiling. They are quite low! Is it acceptable to just chop off some of the top if itís too tall lol?



 
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Totally acceptable

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LOL I would!



 
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My approach to tree decorating is chuck it on. I don't decorate the back, the thing is so big.




 
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Lovely!
I went and got a 7ft this year. Now Iím scared itís going to be too tall and touch the ceiling. They are quite low! Is it acceptable to just chop off some of the top if itís too tall lol?
Ours is 7ft, I was more suprised how much it sticks out



 
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Ah that looks great! I also use the chuck it on method haha. And I don't do the back, find it pointless! Growing up we had ours in front of a window too and my mum always made me put the nicest decorations at the back so passers by could see them .... which they couldn't even, through the nets! I used to try and sneak them back round to the front so we could actually enjoy them haha.



 
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