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Coralia
« on: December 07, 2009 01:38:01 PM »

Alright - I can't take all the credit for this - I had my husbands help. After all was said and done, he tried to climb our pine tree to no avail and we settled for in front of the window, since the plug type was compatible with what we had run close to it, while the one by the tree wasn't... 1 outlet outside makes it difficult to do multiple strands of lights. For us...at least  Roll Eyes

Got the wood slats in 4 foot lengths at Home Depot - bought 4, really needed 5 - so we took the last one off a fencing section that had fallen apart in the back yard. Cut each in half, nailed together, screwed on the back supporting pole and stapled 2 strands of 50 ct. lights to the front. We like it, our neighbors...probably not so much, lol.

Sorry about the night shot- I'm still learning the quirks of my camera - and the image stabilizer, or lack thereof.



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