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Friday, September 25, 2015

The little bare-branched tree is fully lit

I worked fast and furious, yesterday afternoon, getting the house all decorated for fall and Hallowe'en. We're having a few people over on Sunday afternoon. So, yesterday was my day to get the house in shape.

I put one more strand of lights on the tree, for a total of two strands. It's very festive, I think. And for a free decoration, not too shabby!

Here it is all lit up.


Have a wonderful weekend!

10 comments:

live and learn said...

It is fun and festive. I think my cats would have a lot of fun with it. :)

Lili said...

Hi live and learn,
your cats would have loved the twiggy bits near the bottom of the tree!. And now with lights, all of those strands would be such fun to climb through, and up the tree.

Cat said...

Cute! And I think you can get another use out of it, as a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. ;) Truly a multi-purpose little tree. That must feel good to have the house all clean and ready for your company. Have a great weekend!

Lili said...

Hi Cat,
Yep! A Charlie Brown Christmas tree it is! But actually, it will look pretty good as a Hallowe'en decoration.

It does feel good. Today will be an errand and food prep day, which i find easier. Enjoy your weekend!

Belinda said...

Oh, it looks great, Lili! I hope you have a nice weekend and enjoy your company on Sunday. :)

Laura said...

I think fairy lights make everything look awesome. It will be a great decoration year round, in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Much prettier than I could imagine. Thank you for the wonderful idea!! It is indeed festive and goes with any holiday. It would be funny to say that you neglected the ficus (intentionally) so you could do this!!

YHF

Anonymous said...

The tree looks great!

Rhonda

Kris said...

I love white lights on just about anything. Pretty!

Anonymous said...

It looks lovely :) hope you have a blessed weekend.

Patti from San Diego

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