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Old 12-07-2019, 01:57 PM
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Default I need a Xmas tree topper

New traditions at my house this year and Growing up the “star” on the top of the tree, was kinda a tradition.

Anyone has any unique ones? Not into Walmart junk.
Old 12-07-2019, 02:48 PM
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If you have young kids, they might like something that lights up or moves. We opted for a fiber optic angel from Home Depot a few years ago.

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Old 12-07-2019, 04:13 PM
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Here's mine
Old 12-07-2019, 04:27 PM
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We have this one, handed down from the wife's parents. Never knew it was worth that much.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Bra...orig_cvip=true


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Originally Posted by anonymous_coward View Post
If you have young kids, they might like something that lights up or moves. We opted for a fiber optic angel from Home Depot a few years ago.
I'm guessing that's out since he called for an "X"mas tree topper.
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Originally Posted by anonymous_coward View Post
If you have young kids, they might like something that lights up or moves. We opted for a fiber optic angel from Home Depot a few years ago.

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we have the same one for "Christmas "
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heres one
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How the tradition got started-
Angel picked up the tree and returned then ask Santa what to do with it.
Santa was in a bad mood and told her to stick it up your ---! Ho! Ho! Ho!
Another one?
Sweet little kitty walking through the alley singing "All I want for Christmas is a basket full of kittens".
Old grubby Tomcat hears her and starts singing "Here comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus" .
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This is what my dad used at his camp during the holidays. Black lab tree topper.

https://m.orvis.com/product/black-lab-tree-topper/2tpk
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I just use a santa hat.
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What??? no 12 by two dillydoos or gold painted truck nutz?
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Anyone ??
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Moravian star
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20 years and going
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20 years and going
Pretty tree.
and thumbfinger
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Please class it up for THT and use proper verbage. You are asking about a Finial Dobra. People on lesser sites use names like tree topper!
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Next year I'm losing the star and sticking a blue and white islander up there
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Originally Posted by Finfever21 View Post
Next year I'm losing the star and sticking a blue and white islander up there

I sneak a few lures on mine, this year the cowbell was a bit too heavy
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Originally Posted by brettmcg View Post
Please class it up for THT and use proper verbage. You are asking about a Finial Dobra. People on lesser sites use names like tree topper!
Please class it up even further by using the proper term when you try to correct someone. It's finial d'arbre.

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