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    Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways! See 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas tree! (Photo: Kolin Smith)

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    • Darlen Goein

      Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways! See 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas tree! (Photo: Kolin Smith)

    • Kris Hagenes

      Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways. This Old House has 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas #home decorating #home design ideas #modern home design #home interior design 2012| http://homedesign212.blogspot.com

    • Michelle Cahoon

      Christmas tree uses-cut into discs to edge flower beds or walkways, or use the needles or chip the wood for mulch! See 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas tree! (Photo: Kolin Smith)

    • Orpha Greenholt

      Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways. This Old House has 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas | http://homedesign212.blogspot.com

    • Akira Persephone

      10 Uses for Your Dead Christmas Tree, woman using discs cut from a christmas tree trunk to edge a flowerbed

    • Cathryn Dick

      Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways! See 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas tree! (Photo: Kolin Smith). Had just thought of doing this but was thinking more along the lines of asking Billy to use processor lol

    • Karen Thompson

      Cut the trunk of a small tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways.

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      Cut 2-inch discs from a christmas tree trunk to edge a flowerbed

    • Laura Hudson

      Edge a garden bed with tree rounds

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