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    :tree: Black Christmas Tree

    I was watching HGTV and they decorated A bedroom With a Black Tree
    White Lights and Blue Ornaments,I hate to say it but I actually liked it.



    Merry Christmas To All And To All A Good Night



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    I don't think I could go for that, but I've loved old-fashioned things for as long as I can remember.

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    and crown him Lord of all."

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    Just can't put my mind around a black Christmas tree - took me forever to accept white ones ........

    Lynne

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    I remember reading about black Christmas trees last year. I don't think I could get my mind around them, either, although I have only seen them in pics online. I think even worse, if that's possible, is the upsidedown Christmas trees. One ad actually said that many people use them because you can fit more presents under it. and to that I say "Ba-LONEY. I would guess that not many people use them at all.

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    I heard that the use of an upside down tree is to save space. and people in little homes and appartments tend to use them. I wouldn't have one though. I might try a white tree but no other colors. I love my green tree!
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    :tree:




    Merry Christmas To All And To All A Good Night



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    that pic just does not look Christmassy to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlazer View Post
    I did not manage to go to the site to see the black tree. However, I saw one in a shop last month and (but the tree I've seen was not decorated)
    Merry Christmas and happy New Year from France

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    I think it is pretty but not real christmasy!
    Wishing you many hot cocoa mornings and firesky nights throughout the new year!




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    I actually don't mind it, but I don't think I could ever have one in our house, at least not for Christmas. Halloween though...I could def do a black tree for Halloween! :D
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