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thstevensons

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About thstevensons

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  • Birthday 09/27/1971

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  • Location
    Gray Court, South Carolina.
  • Biography
    I am a small business owner, former elementary school computer science teacher. I LOVE Christmas and all most all the fall/winter holidays for that matter. I love decorating for chrismtas. I make alot of my own decorations. We pick a theme right after christmas each year and work all year putting decorations together for the theme. WE have had to build a 20X24 two story storage building just to hold it all. Next year my goal it to put on a ligth show as a fundraiser for a couple of organizations I am part of.
  • Interests
    Woodworking, Crafting, music, and computers.
  • Occupation
    Small Business owner--event planner
  • About my display
    Well my displays started when I was young. My dad got me hooked when we put out a couple of strands of c-7 and c-9 light on our front porch as a child. From that moment own I was hooked! I have been borrowing ideas and coming up with my own ever since. My inventory has grown over the years from Blow Molds to rope light and wire displays to wooden cut outs. I have never done the same display twice!!!! This year was simple a few white spiral trees, angels on the shutters and a Mary and Joseph with the babe. Sound simple but it wasn't cause with the demands of the business, I got started late. But next year will be great!!!!!

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  1. Sorry Everyone didn't mean to post three times. Now can't figure out how to get rid of them.
  2. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings. The T posts can be purchased at Lowes, Home Depot or Tractor Supply. Be sure to get the heavy duty ones.
  3. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings. The T posts can be purchased at Lowes, Home Depot or Tractor Supply. Be sure to get the heavy duty ones.
  4. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings.
  5. How did this turn out? Were you successful? I would love to see the finished product.
  6. Howdy Everyone. I love this site. I am a newbie and getting ideas. My lighting display has grown each year but it is still static. I have a few wooden cut outs, etc. I am looking at putting some animation to it this year and was on here looking for idea. I love this rotating greeting card. I tried to down load the images and blow them up but I could not read them. I did a google search and behold.... here is the link: http://books.google.com/books?id=O9gDAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA166&dq=christmas%20cards%20popular%20mechanics&pg=PA166#v=onepage&q&f=false
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