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Recycled Christmas Tree

Posted by tinfoilhat AZ 10 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 2, 11 at 14:44

10' tall Christmas tree made with rebar and pipe from junk pile. Hanging ornaments are painted cotton gin saw blades with broken mirror pieces that create a dancing pattern of light on the ground as they turn in the wind.
AZ Christmas Tree, Made with 1-1/2

This is an AZ Christmas tree so it's topped with a roadrunner instead of an angel.
AZ X-Mas Tree Top Detail


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Very cool!


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Very interesting! Sure brightens up that area, just like a decorated tree is supposed to do! Clever to add mirror pieces to get more glitz! Jan


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A partridge in a pear tree>>>NOT! A roadrunner in a Christmas treeeee.....sung like the song! Love the bling factor!(mirror pcs)


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That is a great tree, your roadrunner is a great topper too!


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Another awesome creation! The roadrunner is very cool and I love the cotton gin blade ornaments!


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REally great! One Christmas tree your friend the javelina won't eat!
Kathy


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Ornies that turn in the wind! WOW! & shiny & bright...I'm singing "Jingle Bells" & laughing with that roadrunner! (he's amazing!) Cool, tinfoil! TFS! Jeanne S.


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LOVE the road runner!


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Perfect for our Arizona desert surroundings. Great job! Soooo creative!


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Most areas will collect trees after week or two weeks after Christmas for recycling. At the time of recycling they are chopped into mulch, used to slow down erosion or added to compost. Christmas trees are biodegradable .


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Wonderful as always Tin Foil Hat. Merry Christmas from -4 degrees.


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George! Did you look at the picture? It's made of recycled metal pieces! Nancy


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