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    **Tinkerbell**
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:34 am
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    Sage wrote:

    Those girls spell Christmas; adorable.

    Thanks! They are just the best of friends for the last 2-1/2 years. Both our families took a trip to Disneyland together last May. So much fun for them to have each other to enjoy it with. icon_biggrin.gif
    *Parsley*
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:16 am
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    Fake tree always! I don't like the smell of pine or the mess of a real tree.
    Iron Bloomers
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:58 am
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    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    Iron Bloomers wrote:

    Now to plan my trip to hobby lobby..... icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, but if you find one let me know. I would actually like some others to match it. icon_smile.gif


    You are to blame...look what I found...sitting here decided to do a 'search' found these...but before you look...go bury your credit cards out back... icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    http://www.bradfordexchange.com/products/902764_thomas-kinkade-teacup-ornaments.html

    btw..if I find any similar to yours I'll holler icon_wink.gif
    Dib's
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:55 pm
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    Iron Bloomers wrote:
    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    Iron Bloomers wrote:

    Now to plan my trip to hobby lobby..... icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, but if you find one let me know. I would actually like some others to match it. icon_smile.gif


    You are to blame...look what I found...sitting here decided to do a 'search' found these...but before you look...go bury your credit cards out back... icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    http://www.bradfordexchange.com/products/902764_thomas-kinkade-teacup-ornaments.html

    btw..if I find any similar to yours I'll holler icon_wink.gif


    Those are cute!
    **Tinkerbell**
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:40 pm
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    Iron Bloomers wrote:
    **Tinkerbell** wrote:
    Iron Bloomers wrote:

    Now to plan my trip to hobby lobby..... icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, but if you find one let me know. I would actually like some others to match it. icon_smile.gif


    You are to blame...look what I found...sitting here decided to do a 'search' found these...but before you look...go bury your credit cards out back... icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    http://www.bradfordexchange.com/products/902764_thomas-kinkade-teacup-ornaments.html

    btw..if I find any similar to yours I'll holler icon_wink.gif


    Aren't those sweet?! I love Kincaid's work. I used to work near a store that specialized only in his art. Loved to just window shop at lunch. icon_smile.gif
    CookieWeasel
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:12 pm
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    I grew up with real trees. I loved the nighttime outings to the tree lots on Wilshire in 1950's and 60's Los Angeles. We never bought a flocked tree, but I loved seeing them in all their different colors. I loved the piney woods smell of the tree in the house. But alas, times have changed, and a real tree has become an expensive luxury that I cannot afford. So now I have an artificial tree, something I always abhored. It's green, easy to put together, and looks a lot like a real tree. I also like the fact that no trees died to decorate my living room just for a few weeks. Some time ago I read The Fir Tree by Hans Christian Anderson and was deeply affected by it. So now I feel better about my artificial tree, even though I miss the woodsy aroma.
    **Tinkerbell**
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:35 pm
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    CookieWeasel wrote:
    I also like the fact that no trees died to decorate my living room just for a few weeks.


    That is so true, CW. icon_smile.gif
    I'll put The Fir Tree on my reading list.
    Dib's
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:03 am
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    CookieWeasel wrote:
    I grew up with real trees. I loved the nighttime outings to the tree lots on Wilshire in 1950's and 60's Los Angeles.


    That's where my Dad took us to pick out our trees! I loved it-all those trees standing tall and open-I remember the wood X's they would hammer the tree trunk so they would stand.

    This year we went to two tree farms-they were a lovely shade of yellow after this past summer's drought, so we ended up going to Menard's for a perfect 7 foot fir. This year I will be using the entire trunk for spring yard projects-waste not want not icon_wink.gif

    I have done a ton of reading on the pro's and con's of Christmas Trees, real and fake. Up until this year it was tree farms so I don't have an issue there-fake trees as long as you know the workers are over 8, what country your tree is from so it isn't toxic, and you understand what the plastic industry does to our environment......it's a catch 22.
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