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I have to remember that. That is cute.
That photo cracks me up.it's something I would do.
Oh, I get it... LOL!I won't say anything though...in case others are trying to figure it out. LOL
Ha! Fun !
Ha! I saw this in the paper- sooooo funny! Hope you have a great weekend
Michael -- I love it when Americans decorate their homes like that, esp. when whole neighborhoods get together and turn their street into a Candy Cane Lane, like in Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood. They almost never do it over here -- "wastes too much energy", "too much kitsch". Whatever -- I still love it.Enjoy the holidays.XOMichael
That's really beautiful!!!:)
I have another pic I found online of someone else that did this too. It is quite funny ... I would do this, if I had a house. :) Hope you have a Merry Xmas!
OMG! That is brilliant, I so need to do that, I have a few decorations up outside, but the people next door have there house looking like disney world....this is way to good, I must do it...lol
Have you erected your artificial Norwegian yet? with pictures as promised.
Decorating one's home at Christmas is a big thing in much of Australia. Some towns and suburbs run competitions for the best. Some also collect money for charities from those who come looking.I'd like to decorate the balcony on my apartment but local by-laws do not allow it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hehe...quite Clever!Great weekend Michael~xo
the funniest part is that the "ditto" house probably gets more feedback and attention than the house with all the effort lol "ha haw"
hahaha So simple and cute!
Oh my gosh...that is freaking awesome. Will have to share liberally.
I'm just going to stick a bow on my whiskey bottle and call it the Spirit of Christmas.
That is bad ass!
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