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What is on top of your tree?

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octopusinasantasack Sun 08-Dec-13 16:57:36

Religious, secular, traditional, or just plain odd or unusual?

We have let the angel retire and have a felt owl this year.

mummylin2495 Mon 09-Dec-13 15:18:04

A big star

ICanSeeTheSeaFromHere Mon 09-Dec-13 15:07:00

We have a white wooden snowflake on the living room tree and a lovely felt angel on the on in the hall.

Its0kToBeMe Mon 09-Dec-13 14:23:26

we have a small american flag.

spottymoo Mon 09-Dec-13 14:17:47

Nothing as the tree goes to ceiling

CreamyCooler Mon 09-Dec-13 12:53:28

Two silver bells ties together with a silver ribbon. It's a few years old from pound land.

D0oinMeCleanin Mon 09-Dec-13 11:43:02

Ours is going up tonight, the children have theirs up. They both have/will have extremely glittery, homemade cardboard angels. This year they're wearing tinsel dresses, apparently I bought them too much tinsel for their room, so they cut the extra bits up into tiny pieces to spread around their room stick on their angels.

We have this 'the snowman' character smile
I love the snowman and its part of christmas every year for me…then a few years ago I found him lying on the floor of the warehouse section of the company I worked for all dusty sad I kept him on my desk for a while then took him with me when I left….Can't remember what we had before that, probably a star as I'm not keen on angels etc

curiousgeorgie Mon 09-Dec-13 11:19:57

I have a star in the living room, a gingerbread man on the kitchen tree and Woody on the tree in the playroom grin

BobCrotchstitch Mon 09-Dec-13 07:41:38

We have an angel that DS made in nursery (he is 9 now!) It has a laminated photo of his head and gold doiley wings and it makes me laugh every time I see it.
He is campaigning vigorously to put a star on top as apparently the DSAngel is "lame" but I am standing firm for this year at least fgrin

Lizzylou Mon 09-Dec-13 07:25:37

That is lovely Pinkbear fsmile
We have a chubby naked Angel on one, which we have every year. On the other a glittery gold star.

pinkbear82 Mon 09-Dec-13 07:23:02

A family of reindeer with all our names on, and 2013 on. It's dds first Christmas, and mine and DPs 3rd but the first we have been allowed to see his dds for. I wanted everyone to be included, and felt it needed marking. I was careful for all our names to be used and not Daddy and Mummy for the adults. I think it's fab

octopusinasantasack Mon 09-Dec-13 07:08:24

wonky a ten foot tree! I thought our 7 foot tree was big, but ten foot! Not at all envious of course! envy

TinyDiamond Sun 08-Dec-13 23:55:13

an empty bottle of fairy

MummyPig24 Sun 08-Dec-13 23:54:24

A sparkly, silver snowflake.

Bigfingers Sun 08-Dec-13 22:28:01

the christmas penguin. dh bought it in Woolies <sigh> and it went atop our first joint xmas tree in 2001. Can't bring myself to change it smile

ThursdayLast Sun 08-Dec-13 22:27:54

We have a PG tips monkey. That has a Xmas jumper on.
Must've been a promotional one from many moons ago smile

Nat38 Sun 08-Dec-13 22:24:40


MyFabulousBoys Sun 08-Dec-13 19:58:55

A beautiful bird-of-paradise-sequel bird. In purples and red.

WinterWinds Sun 08-Dec-13 19:49:49

We have a big velvet bow on the living room tree, and we had a sparkly snowflake on the dining room tree.
But that fell apart so now we have one of dd's dress up plastic tiara's from when she was about 3.

DuffyMoon Sun 08-Dec-13 19:48:10

A sprout smile

Lauranne Sun 08-Dec-13 19:38:51

A glittery tinkerbell courtesy of the Disney store smile

SanityClause Sun 08-Dec-13 19:29:29

We have an owl.

OneLittleLady Sun 08-Dec-13 19:25:48

A polar bear bauble hanging from the very top.

50shadesofknackered Sun 08-Dec-13 19:11:25

A beautiful Angel. She is new and replaces the previous Angel that would never stay straight and drove me mad each year. She is lovely

DisneyAddict88 Sun 08-Dec-13 19:10:26

we have always let dd1 choose who goes on the tree last year was sonic the hedghog and this year is her special pink teddy wearing dd2 1st xmas hat from last year grin

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