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July 29, 2009

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Carol

I haven't seen one of those in a looonngg time! And now I have an insatiable need for some gumdrops!

Terri

This brings back such wonderful memories of my childhood. It was always my job to put the different colored gum drops on our tree every Christmas. I've been scouting ebay like forever for one.

Lynn

I love gumdrop trees. When hubby's mother passed away, I was the only one that wanted her gumdrop tree. I figured one of his sisters would snatch that up first thing. I can still remember my Mom always putting one out around the holidays and the feel of stale gumdrops in your mouth - O memories!!

Hope you're having a good trip.

deb christensen

oh my goodness my 3rd grade teacher had one of these on her desk the entire school year. anyone who got 100% on their spelling words on friday got to pick a gum drop off it. thank goodness it wasn't a multiplication tree or i would've been out of luck.

Kim G.

O.K., I have to admit I've never encountered a gum drop tree. SO COOL!!

Sandy

I love these trees. Makes me want to have one just like my Grandmother did!!!

julie crumpacker

Christa and I would love to meet you. Hope you can come by our Flea Market Saturday.
Julie, Kindred Roses

Carrie

I used to have one of those...not sure what happened to it?

Gina

yeah especially if you can eat from them..Lol..those are pretty neat and oh so vintage..:)

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