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  • Mindi @ MyLove2Create.com
    Very nice! And it is always good to be remember the true meaning of the season!
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  • Wanda
    Wanda Tampa, FL
    This is a great idea! Wish I had somewhere to put it!!
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  • Marty's Musings
    Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
    Wanda, you could always use it for outside decorating as well.
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  • Becky
    Becky Blair, NE
    Marty this is beautiful. I want one. It would be great for on a door or front the porch, between garage doors, attached to the mail box post, staked in the yard or in an apartment that didn't have room for a full tree or... or... or...! I could on and
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  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    I love the finished product! But the possibilities are unlimited! Paint it green and add small red sequences or round dots of glue with red glitter! Star at the top and bow at the bottom! And can you imagine the sizes you could make...large ones for
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  • Carol C
    Carol C Battle Creek, MI
    I've seen a lot of these type of trees on Pinterest...but I like yours best because of the added words...what a great touch!
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  • Kathy @ Petticoat Junktion
    Love this tree Marty. I just happen to have some old wood but no neat Cricut machine. I do have stencils though!!!
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  • Marg C
    Marg C Middletown, NY
    I love this Marty...we recently had a white fence made of 1x6 slats come down during a hurricane....now this is something I could do with the fencing. It's a very old fence so it would look beautiful and rustic....tres shabby chic!
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  • Marty's Musings
    Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
    Thanks, everyone! I'm so glad everyone has wood around. My hubby is going to have to hunt for some more!
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  • Cynthia Weber @ A Button Tufted Life...
    Fantastic... Rustic and charming... really clever!
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    Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
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  • Rea D.
    Rea D. Temecula, CA
    My husband uses recycled fence wood for all kinds of things. Can you give us the size of the wood on each part of the tree?
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    • Marty's Musings
      Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
      Rea D. Hi, there. Our tree is actually buried up in our very hot attic but I'll try to remember to measure later. You really can make it any dimension to fit your space.
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  • Karen
    Karen Lexington, NC
    Marty - Really pretty! I have boards from an old fence that have been stacked - some have turned a little "green". Did you treat your boards or sand them before cutting and putting together? I don't want to lose the natural weathered look.
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    • Marty's Musings
      Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
      Karen If you click into the post it will give you all the details. You can definitely sand them and we used a whitewash on top of it. You're actually just a few minutes from me :) My daughter lives in Lexington.
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