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i have gone to a 3 ft tree and we are happy with it 
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small tree

posted at 12/4/2010 8:16 PM EST
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i have gone to a 3 ft tree and we are happy with it 

Re: small tree

posted at 12/4/2010 8:19 PM EST
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Hi kitten ... That sounds great. 
Welcome to VeryBestBaking..... What's your favorite thing to bake?
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And most important ,,,,, what kind of pet do you have?

Re: small tree

posted at 12/4/2010 8:37 PM EST
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Congrats Kitten.  Now if you could just convince my husband that we don't need a 7 foot tree I would be so grateful.  Maybe someday lol.

Re: small tree

posted at 12/5/2010 2:57 AM EST
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I tried to get my son to put up a small tree so we could put it up on a table but he wouldn't take my advise.This will be Romeo's first Christmas(our puppy)Romeo is fascinated by everything,including the tree.I think we may have to put up a fence around the tree to prevent him from taking all the pretty balls off the tree,they are shatterproof ornaments,but I can just see it now.LOL We couldn't have a tree for awhile because our cat Ditto would climb right up the center of the tree and knock it over.LOL I miss Ditto and all his little faults.Some times small is better.

Re: small tree

posted at 12/5/2010 4:01 AM EST
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Gotta have my big 8 ft. tree. Then I trim some off the bottom and a make a wreath for the front door and a pine bed for molly with the branches I remove. 

Re: small tree

posted at 12/5/2010 5:25 AM EST
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Because we live in an apartment, we have a very small table tree.  There is only my husband and myself, and our daughter comes at Christmas and my sone after New Years. Also we have a cat so that solves the problem of tinsel all over the carpeting.

Re: small tree

posted at 12/6/2010 2:10 PM EST
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We have an artificial tree that's about six feet tall. Our Tinker never bothered the Christmas tree, but I don't know about Panther. This will be his first Christmas in the house and he likes to get into trouble, so I don't know! Going to have to watch him very closely with the tree, I think. No problem when we are gone during the day because we always put him in the heated basement then.
He has a new trick he's been pulling lately.....he hides under or behind something and then when I walk by, he pounces out and grabs my leg!! Fortunately, I usually have bluejeans on!! This morning, I was putting up Christmas lights around our archways and when I walked by him, carrying the stepladder, he pounced out and scared me....nearly made me drop the ladder!!! I told him....one of these days......

Re: small tree

posted at 12/6/2010 11:32 PM EST
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If you want a tree that takes up less space, try the half tree or flat back tree. I have one and I love it. It is easy to put up, prelit, light weight and gorgeous.


Re: small tree

posted at 12/8/2010 7:39 AM EST
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I like a big tree - but not the work.  So if I put one up, it is small.

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