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November 01, 2009

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Aimee

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?

Jenn

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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