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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by olga View Post
    Im away too much traditional..

    Like old fashioned Christmas and Im a huge fan of red and green colors,
    I love red bows all over the place I decorate and I also hang lots of candy canes and Christmas cards on the tree.
    I like old toys, I always place a nativity scene under the tree and I also love trains under the tree..

    Christmas and the Holiday season brings to me back memories of times past.
    Well, I think, many things, such as decorations, are based on the traditions of my parents and of course, their parents.

    I am very traditional too =)) I like red and green colors and I"m not really a fan of blue or purple decorations.We also always have nativity scene and we always go to the churchLove decorations from wood and things that look like old,if you uderstand what I mean On Christmas Eve I bake cookies
    When it seems the magic slipped away...
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    I use all kinds of decorations, in different colors

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    basically traditional with a whole lot of Victorian and Country mixed in. I put up about 13 themed trees but none of them would be considered modern. My very favorite is a 6ft tree that with the exception of the lights is completely family only hand made ornaments that covers over 46 years of handmade ornaments - to me you can't get anymore traditional than that ......

    Lynne
    One can never have too many Christmas decorations

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    Lynn - 13 trees! You must posts some pictures
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ornamentmaven View Post
    Lynn - 13 trees! You must posts some pictures
    oh I will - I got the idea of multiple themed trees from this forum and another holiday decorating forum that I am on and I just got a little carried away Didn't get any pictures posted last year but hope to get a lot posted this year .....

    Lynne
    One can never have too many Christmas decorations

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnenc View Post
    basically traditional with a whole lot of Victorian and Country mixed in. I put up about 13 themed trees but none of them would be considered modern. My very favorite is a 6ft tree that with the exception of the lights is completely family only hand made ornaments that covers over 46 years of handmade ornaments - to me you can't get anymore traditional than that ......

    Lynne
    Wow, you must post some photo's..... please...
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    I do one with all the ornaments that we have collected through the years and a smaller skinnier one that I do with a theme. One year I had all teal and orange but the kids didn't like it because they said it didn't feel like Christmas. Last year I did different color jewel tones and they liked that so I will probably do that again. I use to put up another smaller tree in the dining room but don't do that any more. I just decorate the chandelier and table instead.

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    I guess you could classify my decorations as extreme traditional. Santas, Snow people, Nutcrackers, Angels lots of colored lights and of course plenty of trains.
    Papa_Christmas

    'I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future!' Scrooge repeated, as he scrambled out of bed. 'The Spirits of all Three shall strive within me. Oh, Jacob Marley! Heaven, and the Christmas Time be praised for this! I say it on my knees, old Jacob, on my knees!' (Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol)

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    Three trees here! I love my traditional tree the best! Also do a white tree with all blue decs and a small tree with mini decs.
    If I change anything it ould be the blue decs on the white tree. What color would be nice???
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    I'm all about the classic look. We prefer decorations that harken back to days gone by. I think it stems from a deep-rooted affinity for when times were simpler.

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