O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by Ozchrissy » December 22nd, 2015, 5:31 pm

I thought you knew that we do things like this. It is also helpful with the cats. This is my tree this year, Lauren's Husband is a carpenter so we got him to do the hard work and we just had fun decorating it. Mind you I am a bit scared of heights, but we managed. So as you can see, all the decorations are secure and stay in place. Also all the other ornaments have special weights in the bottom of them to keep them stable, or are attached to other surfaces. I don't know if Kiwi has the same problem, but I am sure they manage it very well over there also. Mind You, lets hope that Kiwi is not greedy, Santa goes to them first, so I do hope he leaves some presents for us in Australia as we are next on his flight plan, but I do get a bit concerned about you up there, you really must get the dregs of the pile by the time Santa gets to you.

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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by freckles1880 » December 22nd, 2015, 6:02 pm

Alright, as far as I am concerned YOU WON. Don't know what but you did.

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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by codman59 » December 23rd, 2015, 6:46 am

That was awesome Chrissy!
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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by mrag » December 23rd, 2015, 9:02 am

Chrissy, that is so cool. And look how easy it must be to get to presents and clean up fallen needles. Wonder how cats handle an "inverted" tree? Perhaps to be tried next year.

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Post by mykidsmom » December 23rd, 2015, 10:25 am

Everytime i see Rag's avatar photo i completely forget what i was going to post.. :runaway:

darn it...oh yea.....chrissies tree lol.....i need one of these haha....

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Post by Grammaram » December 23rd, 2015, 11:04 am

Christmas peace and blessings to all!

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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by kiwiguy » December 23rd, 2015, 1:03 pm

Ozchrissy wrote:I thought you knew that we do things like this. It is also helpful with the cats. This is my tree this year, Lauren's Husband is a carpenter so we got him to do the hard work and we just had fun decorating it. Mind you I am a bit scared of heights, but we managed. So as you can see, all the decorations are secure and stay in place. Also all the other ornaments have special weights in the bottom of them to keep them stable, or are attached to other surfaces. I don't know if Kiwi has the same problem, but I am sure they manage it very well over there also. Mind You, lets hope that Kiwi is not greedy, Santa goes to them first, so I do hope he leaves some presents for us in Australia as we are next on his flight plan, but I do get a bit concerned about you up there, you really must get the dregs of the pile by the time Santa gets to you.

http://www.news-mail.com.au/news/follow ... h/2879283/

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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by bigray800 » December 23rd, 2015, 9:06 pm

Merry Christmas to all
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Re: O/T Christmas 2015 Thread.

Post by Jean » December 24th, 2015, 12:41 am

:xmaswav: Merry Christmas everyone and a Happy Healthy New Year :xmasjump: :xmassleigh:
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