If you, your parents, grandparents or friends have decided not to put up a tree this year, why not create a new type of tree? An ornament tree. Here's how!
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What's Christmas without a moose hanging on your tree?
(For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) For most families, decorating the Christmas tree is a personal exercise. Branches are filled with kid's ornaments made through the year at school, or items that carry a sentimental value. Some ornaments reflect the decorator's personality or interests, like the glass pickle that hangs on the tree, or the golf ball ornament that has a cherished place each year. If you're looking for something other than those boring glass balls, or the Christmas balls to adorn your tree, here's a selection of odd and unusual things at Walmart to hang on the tree this year: Merry Christmoose -- Looking a lot like a hedgehog with antlers, the Christmas moose is available for $1.97. St. Louis …