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    Each year when Christmas time rolled around do you remember a home that was decked out? Well, if so, here’s the place to learn and make those childhood memories continue throughout the years in the Carolina’s.

    Christmas Carolina is a one-stop shop that has all kinds of decorating ideas, tips and tricks to make your home the one to remember. We’re a community of experts with a deep-rooted passion for celebrating Christmas!

    Here’s how to start. First, register as a member. This will give you access to many things like posting on the forums and blogs and downloading attached files other members have posted. Second, be able to network with each member in or near your area. In case of equipment failure, the nearest member may have what’s needed to get your show running again. Third, know when scheduled events are taking place near you. For example, local members meet and share ideas for the following season and discuss what worked and what didn’t.

    There’s a lot to take in at Christmas Carolina. But, if you feel overwhelmed, just ask and we’ll be glad to help!

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