Here's a yule decoration that's over the top!
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Homeowner Patrick Kruger created the illusion by cutting a 14-foot tree into two pieces and attaching the top 6-foot section is to a piece of plywood that's bolted to the roof.
According to MyNorthwest.com, Kruger, who is an architect, studied the physics of an object breaking through a roof then added sheathing and typical roof construction materials to create the effect.
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