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DIY Christmas: An Elegantly Simple Christmas Tree

Over the Thanksgiving weekend – ok, ON Thanksgiving – we put our Christmastree up! And yes – that would be a nine foot tree in an eight-and-a-half foot space. Since we went with the faux tree, I was able to bend the top pine sections of the tree down, and ultimately covered them with a big ribbon – and now you can’t even tell that the tree was too tall for the space!

When it comes to tree decorations, I am truly of the notion that the simpler the better. Last year we actually just did tons of little lights all over the tree! This year, though – I wanted to do something a little more than that. But nothing over the top. And here’s what I ended up with!..Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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