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Thread: WIP English PP hexagon Christmas Tree

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    I recently moved into a Senior High Rise and space is very limited so the Christmas Tree had to go. This year I also started English Paper Piecing and really like the hexagons, therefore, I started a Christmas Tree. It will be a wall hanging with button holes for the lights to go through and lots of embelishments. The red hexs were fussy cut from a FQ, I am looking for a gold lame for a star at the top.
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    Hi, you tree is so cute. I have some gold lame I can send you, but it will be a couple days as I am going out of town for the day tomorrow. Let me know if you want it.

    Sissy

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    beautiful

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    Love your tree. Downsizing can be a good thing but it is so hard to part with things sometimes. Love the 'ornaments', too.
    I made a twister wreath and put antique pins on it for my tree.

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    What a lovely tree. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Beautiful Christmas tree. I like it much better than a real one. No icky pine needle mess to clean up after Christmas. :thumbup:

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    What a perfect tree-I love the tree fabric and the ornaments are great. How easy to put up and take down. :)

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    What an adorable tree "replacement". Love your fussy cut ones. Great job :thumbup:

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    What a great idea! I love the fabrics you are using in it.

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    What a great idea!!! You are very talented!!!

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    love your Christmas Tree

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    Your tree is beautiful.

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    So beautiful!!

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    A very cute idea. It sure will be a lot less work to put up and take down. Another great way to be creative and independent.

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    Lovely replacement for big tree - love the 'ornaments'.

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    What an wonderful idea, The placement of the pictures is spot on..Well done

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    Very Nice, there is no other like it! I like things that way! :thumbup:

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    That's so pretty....love the fussy cuts

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    Love it!

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    Great Idea. The star and lights will really set it off.

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    Very nice! Love the fussy cut pieces!

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    that's really beautiful. I don't know that I have any gold, but I do have a lot of snowflake fabrics, and I might have a star one.

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    Such a great replacement. So inventive and can be enjoyed for years to come.

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    I'd love to see a picture of it when you add the lights and turn it on! Its so pretty!

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    Oh so pretty and as others have said, so creative!

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