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November 01, 2009


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People have told me that I have Whoville-looking tree but I didn't do it intentionally...I just love the colors and the over-the-top decorations. Good luck with yours! And which dollar store did you get the tree from?

Cyn Gagen

Here are three links to Grinch crafts including the one for the lightbulb Grinch I mentioned to you on Twitter...the other two are one of Max the dog and the Grinch stuck in the chimney!





My grandpa loved the grinch. When he passed away 7 years ago, my grandma decided to start having a grinch tree. She got a really funky tabletop tree and every year we buy the Grinch Hallmark ornament for it. It is so fun and such a neat way to remember our Pappa!

Hope you guys have fun in Whoville!


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We also began a Whoville Christmas last year just for something different. I used a white tree and found a hat topper at Hobby Lobby. Then I used oversized ornaments such as large wrapped gifts in funky colors and tucked them in the tree. Also found a stuffed Grinch and Max and set them on a branch of the tree. Pics are on my FB page and should be open for viewing https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.476777048394.265918.641228394&type=1

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