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You know...Christmas. lol And I hope this does NOT show up on you know who's site, either one of them. Or I will really raze 'cain'.

This deco tree (and tomato cage) was posted on pinterest and I've not done it, but really look cool. Check it out.

http://blog.mardigrasoutlet.co...-tree-made-with.html

Jean

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Jean, it's NEVER too early to say the 'word'. lol I'm currently working on some Christmas ornaments.

I've seen tomato cage trees before but not like that one, thanks for sharing.

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Posts: 3186 | Location: The Emerald City, WA | Registered: Apr 08, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That is way cool. i love Deco mesh.
And then I got lost in their website.LOL!!


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Posts: 363 | Location: Lamar, NE USA | Registered: Mar 15, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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No not too early for me either. I basecoated 35 ornaments last week.
Cute tree.
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Never too early for christmas. I work on that stuff all year long so am always looking for new and easy ideas. Thank you for sharing this one., I might just try it.

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Posts: 3315 | Location: Iowa | Registered: Dec 31, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Christmas is wonderful any time of year. Who doesn't love Christmas ????? So share any ideas, photos etc .
 
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I am trying to edge the "less than six months" during my summer Saturdays at the farmers market. Although I don't have my Christmas stuff ready, I can at least offer my oven aprons.

I too, am looking for the "new" item to add this year. Hope I have the supplies on hand. Trying to use up what I have.

Anyways - I am with y'all - we gotta get busy! (lol)

as always,

Debi O'


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Posts: 7814 | Location: Arlington, TX USA | Registered: Oct 14, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Jean, it is not too early for Christmas, and I love the tomato cage trees. I do have a question about the mesh; do any of you know if this mesh fabric fades in the sun? I have a 4th of July wreath that is star shaped, and it originally came with the garland that has metallic little red, white, and blue stars on it. I would have thought it would last forever, but every year since I've had the wreath, I've had to re-cover this wreath with several more packages of various garland, and every year, it fades, including this year! So, I've been thinking I might use this plastic mesh to cover the wreath next year, but now that I see that it's made of plastic, I'm wondering if it might fade also! Again, love the trees! TFS
 
Posts: 1305 | Location: Hallsville,MO, USA | Registered: Aug 31, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Very cute. I agree it is never to early for Christmas, I have already signed up to do Christmas shows.
 
Posts: 116 | Location: Los Angeles, Calif USA | Registered: Aug 03, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just finished 15 gourd ornaments... never to early...actually i don't think it ever stops!!! LOL
Melinda
 
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DJ, can you show us a picture of the the base-coated ornaments you did last week. Or are you just getting started?

I am ready to work on Christmas too as soon as company leaves. Then as soon as we get back from Camping.
 
Posts: 226 | Registered: Sep 07, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Christmas is the BEST time of year and I've been working on several ideas for this year. As soon as I'm done, I'm sharing! I would also welcome any new ideas. Gotta keep us all busy!
Penny


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