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    Quote Originally Posted by gummgirl View Post
    Olga, It's the same where I live. It's a small place so there's not a lot of room.
    Yeap!! At least, I try to decorate home, looking very impressive !!
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    One big one and two really small ones(about 60 cm) in the window.

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    Im thinking of getting a small one for my bedroom...

    It will be so nice, sleeping every night with the tree near me....
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    Oh dear. I think I'm gonna be the outlier member...haha. Lemme count...

    A 3' tree for the family room. Multi lights.
    A 7' tree for the foyer (visible from the family room). Multi or clear, depends.
    A 4' tree for the dining room. Red lights. That's right, I said RED.
    A 4' pink tinsel tree for the foyer landing window.
    A 7' tree for the den upstairs. Multi or clear lights, depends.
    Two table-top trees - one for each guest room. Clear lights.

    This is not including my Fenton glass trees or the trees in my Dept. 56 display.

    But to be fair, the only trees that I decorate beyond just lights are the 7' trees and the red-lighted dining room tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyskyfish View Post
    Oh dear. I think I'm gonna be the outlier member...haha. Lemme count...

    A 3' tree for the family room. Multi lights.
    A 7' tree for the foyer (visible from the family room). Multi or clear, depends.
    A 4' tree for the dining room. Red lights. That's right, I said RED.
    A 4' pink tinsel tree for the foyer landing window.
    A 7' tree for the den upstairs. Multi or clear lights, depends.
    Two table-top trees - one for each guest room. Clear lights.

    This is not including my Fenton glass trees or the trees in my Dept. 56 display.

    But to be fair, the only trees that I decorate beyond just lights are the 7' trees and the red-lighted dining room tree.

    Wow! you'll have to post pics when they're decorated this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyskyfish View Post
    Oh dear. I think I'm gonna be the outlier member...haha. Lemme count...

    A 3' tree for the family room. Multi lights.
    A 7' tree for the foyer (visible from the family room). Multi or clear, depends.
    A 4' tree for the dining room. Red lights. That's right, I said RED.
    A 4' pink tinsel tree for the foyer landing window.
    A 7' tree for the den upstairs. Multi or clear lights, depends.
    Two table-top trees - one for each guest room. Clear lights.

    This is not including my Fenton glass trees or the trees in my Dept. 56 display.

    But to be fair, the only trees that I decorate beyond just lights are the 7' trees and the red-lighted dining room tree.

    wow i have a lot more trees to get then..!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christmasplease View Post
    Including indoor and outdoor?
    I started this thread and realized I didn't say how many trees I have. I have a 7 1/2 foot one in my living room that's decorations change every year, I have a 3 foot one in the kitchen area that my little guy decorates every year and I have an acrylic one that sits on teh diningtable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyskyfish View Post

    This is not including my Fenton glass trees or the trees in my Dept. 56 display.

    But to be fair, the only trees that I decorate beyond just lights are the 7' trees and the red-lighted dining room tree.
    How many Fenton trees do you have? I have only one and I had to search the internet for it.

    I don't think I'll set up my Dept. 56 village this year.

    "Hail him who saves you by his grace,
    and crown him Lord of all."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christmasplease View Post
    Wow! you'll have to post pics when they're decorated this year!
    I definitely will! It's a large time investment doing so many trees, so with that and Dept. 56, I really don't do much else in decorating the house.

    Of course, there's no more ROOM in the house to do much else...

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    can i just sak what is this dept 56 thingy...

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