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  • Melanie Knight

    Saw a cross section from the bottom of your Christmas tree trunk before putting it into its stand for decorating. I've never had a real tree, but this is a cool idea.

  • Cathy Kozee

    Saw off a slice of the Christmas tree trunk, label with the year's date, and make an ornament out of it!: What a neat idea. Wish I used a real tree!!

  • Kate Jane

    Saw off a section of your Christmas Tree trunk before putting it into it's stand to create a meaningful dated keepsake ornament. Cute idea even though we don't do xmas

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