In the years since Christmas came to Canada, countless new Christmas decorations have been put up around the country, but the one that remains stands out.
And it’s one you’ll likely never see again.
In fact, it could be lost forever.
The curtain is so important, the makers of the curtain say, it was made to be hung up.
But that’s not all.
The makers of one of the most popular curtain styles say the curtain’s makers have been trying to keep it alive for as long as possible.
The story behind the curtain, which has been in use in Toronto for generations, begins in 1894.
It’s a traditional curtain in the shape of a tree.
The maker says that the idea was born when a group of people, including some of the same people who produced the first Christmas tree, were asked to design a curtain for their children to decorate.
“The curtain was a wonderful invention,” said Dave Gaskin, the curtain maker who was involved in the design of the original curtain.
The original idea was to use a metal curtain, with the wood inside, to create a “wooden curtain,” said Gaskins son, Rob.
“It was designed to be a very sturdy curtain.”
(Dave Gaskas father, John Gask, is the curtain manufacturer who was behind the first tree.)
The makers had the idea that a wooden curtain could be used to create the perfect Christmas decoration, so they took inspiration from the wood used to make traditional Christmas trees.
So, they went to a local craft store and purchased a box of Christmas wood for $25.
They made a wooden chair out of it.
Then they had the wood cut into lengths of wood, and they painted them with a paint that was made by a family of artists from St. Catharines, Ont.
That’s where the original “wood” in the name came from.
The wooden chair, the chair, and the paint were all purchased from the same St. Clair, Ont., shop.
That shop, located near a large shopping centre in the city, is where the curtain was made, and it’s where Gaskiins son was working when the curtain first arrived.
The idea to make a wooden Christmas tree came from the “wood house” the company was doing in St. Louis at the time.
The St. Clareis family would make wooden chairs for guests and keep them in their home.
The company was called “Woodhouse” and the “tree house” was called a “treehouse.”
Gaskits son says that when the company had a large party of guests for the St Louis Christmas party, he went up to the tree and asked them to sit on the wooden chairs and make a Christmas tree. “
At first we refused to make any furniture for the furniture room and the treehouse was built in the same manner as the other two houses.”
Gaskits son says that when the company had a large party of guests for the St Louis Christmas party, he went up to the tree and asked them to sit on the wooden chairs and make a Christmas tree.
That was all.
“After about 30 minutes, the guests came to realize that it was too small and they took off the chairs,” said John Gawins son.
“We thought that maybe the woodhouse would make a nice ornament, so we made the wooden chair.
The other house we built for a Christmas dinner was called the “Treehouse.””
The story of the tree’s story is not a new one. “
So we made a Christmas meal for the whole town.”
The story of the tree’s story is not a new one.
In the early 1800s, a local resident named James St. James would decorate his Christmas tree with wood.
“I used a piece of wood from a log,” said James, who died in 1884.
The tree was a tree of the “St. Mary’s” family, which lived in a small hamlet about 200 kilometres north of Toronto.
The hamlet was known as “St Mary’s,” and James would often paint his tree green and decorate it with the family tree.
“He always wanted to paint his house with green,” said wife and daughter, Margaret and Mary St. Mary.
“There was a little bit of green paint on the side of the house where the family used to go to church and he painted that green to give it a little more of a Christmas feeling.”
The “St-Mary’s” trees were built with wooden legs and trusses and the trees were about two metres (8 feet) high, said Margaret.
“You could see that he had done a lot of work to get his tree to this size and he was very proud of it,” said Mary.
The legend of the St-Marys tree goes that when James died