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Thread: Which tree do you go for?

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    My 4' $20 fiber optic table tree from Wally World. Happy!
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    My 14 yr. old Martha Stewart Berry Mountain 4.5 ft. artificial tree is so beautiful with red berries on the branches and white lights. The branch spacing is perfect for ornaments. It almost will not hold together any longer, but I have not found one I like better so keep babying it along. I found one of the same on ebay but it was sold.

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    I use a 8 ft multi color pre lit artificial tree that sets up umbrella style. Takes about 5 min from box to done. I stick artificial poinsettia stems in the tree and add ornaments. It looks spectacular even though it took about 30 min from start to finish.
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    Before I had to downsize last year, I had an upside-down tree where the branches on the top were wider than those on the bottom. Sounds weird but it was great because the ornaments hung straight down and didn't get caught on the lower branches. You can kind of see the shape in this picture. My grandkids were 11 and 13.Name:  IMG_0014.jpg
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    I have always use my artificial tree but after 33 years hubby wanted to get a Real tree so hubby,Granddaughter and I went out last Sunday and brought our first real tree it is 6 foot and half tall he wanted muilt color lights and we put lots of Snowmen on it plus things our Son made in school etc.

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