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Ooooh! So pretty! I understand themes.... I am working on a sparkly theme... lots of reflective ornaments... glitter... red, silver, gold....
I love this time of year... I have a huge mess! It is a process.... if only I didn't have that JOB to go to every day... I could really have some fun!!!!
Stop over to my blog... I have a bloggy celebration in the works....

Jennifer Sizemore

You are just filling me with the holiday spirit and the need to decorate!
I had a real "theme" tree one year, too. All the decorations were bought to match. It didn't last - just wasn't eclectic enough for me :) Can't wait to see more of your decor!

Mama Karen

We have multiple trees, all with the same theme. Tie that thing up so it won't fall over (again).

jodii geddes

I change my Theme each year, Last year was chocolate, orange and gold. This year i have a white tree with red, white and crystal. Everything has to co ordinate with the them. Wreath for the front door, wrapping paper and other decos. I just love xmas

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