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    Papa- love the lighted ornaments!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    I bet those look great at night Papa.
    Last edited by JollyElfDC; 11-23-2010 at 04:46 AM.

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    another window candle today.

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    popcorn!

    The last items I buy every year are decorations, usually for my tree so I can have a theme planned out for the next holiday season. Last year, I bought Popcorn On A String online and i LOVE IT! It's so cool, no more using terrible microwave popcorn and trying to string it yourself (while most turn into crumbs on the floor) and it's kinda wax-coated so it stays preserved forever! The website it basic and they offer only a few varieties, so I got the Original and the Jingle Berry and I'm just in love. Bought them last year after Christmas, took them out of storage this week and they still look great

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    last christmas item(s) i bought is:

    my 3 ft christmas tree
    string of multi C7 LED christmas lights
    christmas ornaments
    box of colored christmas balls

    and that's all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stargemini2590 View Post
    The last items I buy every year are decorations, usually for my tree so I can have a theme planned out for the next holiday season. Last year, I bought Popcorn On A String online and i LOVE IT! It's so cool, no more using terrible microwave popcorn and trying to string it yourself (while most turn into crumbs on the floor) and it's kinda wax-coated so it stays preserved forever! The website it basic and they offer only a few varieties, so I got the Original and the Jingle Berry and I'm just in love. Bought them last year after Christmas, took them out of storage this week and they still look great
    After seeing this in about 5 threads, I think it's clear that you really like this pre-strung popcorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neiljhonson01 View Post
    Nice Post.
    you too.

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    I bought some Santa and Snowmen tree ornaments this morning

    Merry Snowy Christmas
    Love & Peace to the World

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    wrapping paper and ribbon! nearly time to start wrapping stuff!

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    I also bought wrapping paper and bows
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