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Thread: Signs of Christmas 2011

  1. #181
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    Lowe's is putting up their trees. Gerten's (my local garden center) is about 1/4 set up for Christmas.
    I love Outdoor Christmas Lights!!

  2. #182
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Snowflake* View Post
    yesterday was in a mall and didn't expected to see anything related to Christmas yet although I hoped but I got surprised.In one store was already litlle bit decorated and boxes with Christmas stuff were all over the store.I saw some things from last year but also something new.There was also a sign with Christmas 2011 preparations.
    Awesome! Always a pleasant surprise to go into a store where they are getting ready for Christmas! It just lets you know that it really is on its way!

  3. #183
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    Went to Walmart this weekend for food stuffs. The are putting out all of their Christmas stuff! YES!!!
    A Very Merry Christmas to all!

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    No Christmas stuff yet in my Walmart as of a few days ago. I have to go there toorrow, so I will double check!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

  5. #185
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    WAL-MART by us just has some boxes of lights (probably leftover from last year) out on the very back shelves of the seasonal stuff. Hey...it's a START!!
    I love Outdoor Christmas Lights!!

  6. #186
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    A few stores have Christmas stuff already, but, apart from that, very few. :(

    Still, though, can't wait to put mine up!

  7. #187
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    Walmart now has limited stuff out. CVS has some stuff out as well. I fell in love with their 42 inch nutcracker for $39. It was gorgious and huge. Would love to add it to my nutcracker collection - but too much $$$. They also had a Christmas candle that smelled like almond sugar cookies!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

  8. #188
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    PoundLand in Thetford has an entire row dedicated to Christmas stuff...

    ... I am going in there next weekend, with 30. Each item costs 1, and I am getting nothing but christmas stuff!
    ~Michael

  9. #189
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    Pretty much every store around here is now in the early to middle stages of displaying Christmas inventory. WOOHOO!!
    I love Outdoor Christmas Lights!!

  10. #190
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    Went to Big W yesterday and they have some Christmas stuff out! Awesome.

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