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  1. Put the candy canes out, This may be the last year for some of them, there getting brittle and have cracks. I purchased these used from e-bay a few years ago, so not complaining Had to take two pictures to get all 6 pieces.
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  2. Worked on the front entrance five more blow mold pieces, also worked on the driveway, I'll put it in another post. We have been having real nice weather to be working outside.
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  3. If you come near metro Atlanta area the Walmart’s near me has them. It looks like mine is it for 50miles there’s at least 15 Walmart in 50miles of me. Also went to Target tonight and saw these small blow mold snowman and Santa on $10dollar table. They looked pretty good to me.
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  4. Can anyone recommend or know of a company who sells wireframes? Looking for the frames of various Christmas shapes minus the lights, like snowmen, Christmas trees, etc. I can add the LED lights. Thnx, Scott
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  5. I think the answer you are looking for is yes but it is not necessarily the case. "C7" refers to the glass part of the bulb. It means cone shaped" and 7/8ths of an inch in diameter. The size of the base on most C7 bulbs is "candelabra". E12 is the same as a candelabra size base. The names of the base sizes are Mogel,, Medium, Intermediate, Candelabra, Midget, and Miniature. (Most "standard" household bulbs have a Medium base. Most C7 bulbs have a candelabra base. Most C9 bulbs have an intermediate base.) TED
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