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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellie View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm new here and happy to have found such a great place to celebrate Christmas. I live in Southern California, and have been seeing alot of trees decorated with scarfs that are weaved in and out of the tree branches. They are also great tied in a bow around the back of dining chairs. I purchased them last year; they are really pretty and with ribbon added, adds another dimension to the tree that is fast and easy. Also, considering how expensive garlands can be, they are relatively inexpensive. Hope this is helpful!
    Hello Ellie and

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    I, too, have seen the trend of using ribbon more and more recently. I think it's beautiful, but nothing will replace the tradition of garland for me.

    Last year I used a sort of decoration that was a combo of Beads/Gardland. Although quite thin, I think it looked wonderful.

    This year I think I'll go back to just Garland - it's fun (and inexpensive!!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell2 View Post
    Hello Ellie and
    Thanks..its nice to meet you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellie View Post
    Thanks..its nice to meet you!
    Your welcome you will love it here...!

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    :santa:

    hey ellie,



    if you like christmas you are in the right place . you'll find everything from angels to trees
    here.

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    :tree:

    Quote Originally Posted by devoy26 View Post
    hey ellie,



    if you like christmas you are in the right place . you'll find everything from angels to trees
    here.
    Hello and thank you!

    Its great to see so much holiday spirit here. And nice to see so many people spreading it around (especially these days).


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    Ribbon is what we use every year since 2006 before then it was like Beads or something

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    I have been noticing a lot more ribbon than anything else. I did see something that was pretty neat was a digital photo ornament. I gave one to my dad with pics of all the kids from Christmas's past

    http://www.christmaslightsetc.com/Di...ments--856.htm


  9. #19
    My vote is for garland although I love tinsel too! ... very vintage!

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    In 2010, I used only ornaments on my tree. In 2011, I used narrow gold ribbon.

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