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I have collected silver metal baskets from the 1960's and put all of the smaller items in them.

I have collected silver metal baskets from the 1960's and put all of the smaller items in them.

Anything can be used to decorate a tree. When tinsel and Christmas tree lights are added for some reason it looks like Christmas!

Anything can be used to decorate a tree. When tinsel and Christmas tree lights are added for some reason it looks like Christmas!

I used some of the old tinsel roping on the tree to add sparkle.

I used some of the old tinsel roping on the tree to add sparkle.

A look at the back of the tree and the disco balls that are hanging from the ceiling.

A look at the back of the tree and the disco balls that are hanging from the ceiling.

My large noisemakers and party hats are hung in front cascading to the floor. Alphonse, the snowman marotte that I made a few years ago, has a place of honour beside an extremely large party hat. All of my tissue paper and vegetal fibre leis drape from the top of the urn adding texture as well as disguising the blanket.

My large noisemakers and party hats are hung in front cascading to the floor. Alphonse, the snowman marotte that I made a few years ago, has a place of honour beside an extremely large party hat. All of my tissue paper and vegetal fibre leis drape from the top of the urn adding texture as well as disguising the blanket.

The red rope is 1940's cellophane garlanding. The rich deep red of the cellophane looks amazing against the green tree. Hanging on one of the branches you can see one of the many wooden ratchets that I own.

The red rope is 1940's cellophane garlanding. The rich deep red of the cellophane looks amazing against the green tree. Hanging on one of the branches you can see one of the many wooden ratchets that I own.

Last, but not least, is the tree topper. It definitely is not the star of Bethlehem! Those big nose eyeglasses are from the 1950's.

Last, but not least, is the tree topper. It definitely is not the star of Bethlehem! Those big nose eyeglasses are from the 1950's.

I am rather fond of this cowboy party hat, it was a gift from a friend.

I am rather fond of this cowboy party hat, it was a gift from a friend.

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