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Christmas Ornaments and Tree Designer

For Christmas 2011, decorate the tree with Christmas Ornaments that you create! Christmas Ornaments and Tree Designer is new for Christmas 2011 and lets you not just decorate your Christmas tree, but also the ornaments!…

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