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Alexs21

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The range is great at christmas time when their is rows and rows of decorations.:)
 
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i will have to go check them out when they have the full items out.
 

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I was looking over it today and I was thinking of doing to room walls with garlands, £7.99 each, so i would need roughly 4 -5, obviously I would need to add more deco myself, but I think it would look more traditional in here.
 

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I do like the look of those Garlands and quite a nice length 9ft :)
 
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yeah, if you feel up to it, you could always add LED lights to them, or dotted in the lengths with baubles.
 

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They will look great with lights going around them I did that last year.
 
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they look really good with lights, we've had one for years that had coloured lights on it, replaced them last year with LED's and it still looks very nice
 
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That's, good I have decided, I will add the LED lights on and maybe trial the baubles where it hangs but if it looks too much, then we will scrap the baubles idea. I am not too keen on their Christmas trees, but I will need a closer look, as we are seeking a new one this year. has branch broke on our other one.
 

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They don't look all that bad on the picture, whats wrong with them?
 

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Well.. i would need a closer look at this interesting tree 6ft Cascading Snow Christmas Tree the wife loves it. But it wouldnt last 3 sec with kids


But TBH with you i might look at £50 to £60 range.
 
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from my memory it was quite expensive last year... and the one they had on display in Bridgewater didn't seem to collect the snow too well lol
but as it was on display any number of people could have fiddled with it :rolleyes:
 
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from my memory it was quite expensive last year... and the one they had on display in Bridgewater didn't seem to collect the snow too well lol
but as it was on display any number of people could have fiddled with it :rolleyes:
That's a good point when thewy do place items out on display they tend to be messed around and not work has intended. i think some of the Christmas trees they have now are decent at the moment and maybe good if you cannot find anywhere else.
 

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And if you put it next to a window on a windy day! I wouldn't want to clean that up:eek:
 
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And if you put it next to a window on a windy day! I wouldn't want to clean that up:eek:
Those trees are definitely a no go for window display or kids. :) but still a great show if you ask me, it would liven up instead of just sparkling decorations and lights.
 

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you can get small ones for places that are out-of-reach of kids :D the range, and interestingly Clintons, sold them last year for about £30
 
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