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  • Origami Owl-Shaney Kovalski, Independent Designer

    "While some are outraged or perplexed by the newest trend in holiday decorating, some historians suggest that hanging your Christmas tree upside down is the more traditional -- and perhaps more meaningful -- symbol of the holiday."

  • Erika Rogers

    The Eccentric Upside Down Christmas Tree | Home Seasons - Holiday Decorations & Seasonal Decor - What the Heck

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