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genius!
takes me back to the 70s :)

thanks marie.
we couldn't agree more!
-shauna & stephen

Melissa,

It takes a long time for trees to grow, years!--just so they can be cut down for one season? Plastic trees (though plastic) are reusable. With a stump as creative as this one, they even look real and very aesthetic. If you want the pine scent or a real tree feel, go outdoors or light a pine-y candle. :)

I'm so very curious as to why you took the trouble to get/make such a beautiful Christmas tree stand to put a FAKE Christmas tree into?
Go the extra distance, put up a real tree this year. Or better yet, modify your stump stand to accommodate a living tree.

Genius!! Love it all!!

Ahhhhhh!! this is so awesome!! I'm totally gonna go out and find a stump just for this!!!

omg, love!!!!!!!!!

the tree is SO darn cute :))

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This is so great! I'm always nervous about
tree parts being all buggy,but yours looks perfect...and I'm a big paper chain fan too!

If only I were handy like that.
You never know, I could potentially do it.
If I had a drill.

this is amazing!! what a sweet idea--thanks for sharing!

what a lovely scene!

Love this! Gets me totally inspired to make some paper chains!!!

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