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    :tree: How many Christmas trees do you have?

    Including indoor and outdoor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christmasplease View Post
    Including indoor and outdoor?

    we have livingroom tree landing tree and a tree of lights for the back garden..!!

    but i am hoping for a small tree for my kichen.

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    Now that I'm in my sixties, I think I'll cut back. We've had four trees for several years now. I keep my trees and all the decorations in the basement and I really need knee replacement. I hate the stairs! I keep a decorated tree year round in our guest room. I put up a large tree in the living room. I don't think I'll put the two three-foot trees in the dining room this year. I do have a glass tree figurine for our bathroom:


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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell2 View Post
    we have livingroom tree landing tree and a tree of lights for the back garden..!!

    but i am hoping for a small tree for my kichen.
    Will you use a kitchen theme on it? I've seen miniature kitchen gadgets used as ornaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    Will you use a kitchen theme on it? I've seen miniature kitchen gadgets used as ornaments.
    no, the kitchen usually has all the childrens things in...sort of childrens christmas area

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell2 View Post
    no, the kitchen usually has all the childrens things in...sort of childrens christmas area
    Children's ornaments are what I did in my dining area last year on one of the little trees. The dining area is actually part of the kitchen, but we always call it the dining room.

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    the livingroom is the adult area, kitchen has all the ornaments and stuff like that in....

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    :gingerbread:

    Just one tree, in the living room!
    The appartment is not a big one, unfortunately!
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    Olga, It's the same where I live. It's a small place so there's not a lot of room.

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    My main tree is slim because our living room is full of furniture:



    That's how it looks without any ornaments.

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