A Christmas tree may be decorated in a variety of ways. To begin, this recommendation only applies to fake trees. Even if your tree isn’t looking its best right now, don’t worry about it for too long since it will eventually be hidden anyhow.
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1. Importance of Ribbons
The KEY to a complete tree is the ribbon, which we will install when the tree is up and the lights are working. The simplest method, in my experience, is to begin with a roll of really broad ribbon, such as deco mesh. Working with deco mesh is a breeze.
The ribbon should NOT be cut. Start at the top, collect the end, and weave it across a section of another branch down in the tree (these generally have wiring, that makes it simple to wrap around).
Work your way through the tree, collecting huge bunches together, putting these into the twigs, and twisting around a limb. When you reach the base of the Christmas tree, snip the ribbon and secure the end of the string into the trunk.
You should move on to a new branch of the tree. Repeat this procedure until you’re prepared to change ribbons or have decorated the tree to your satisfaction. If you want to use two different ribbons, follow the same steps with each one (or more).
2. Decoys and Symbols
Always when the ribbon is done, I go on to the largest decorations and signage. These are also essential to constructing a fully formed tree. Make use of a number of substantial objects. Accessories are optional. Imagination is required.
Make use of attractive signage and decorative containers. Simply suspend them at various heights and angles around the tree to achieve symmetry.
If you’ve already used all your biggest decorations, you can just keep going through mine from biggest to smallest. Smaller ornaments (such balls or icicles) look best hung at the very end.
After you’ve decorated with real decorations, it’s time to utilize the big “picks” for the very top. There is a wide variety of toppers that people use. A few choices for a hat adorned with a star, angel, snowman, etc.
3. Set Up the Selections
Gather your favorites and begin placing them on the top in the order that you find most pleasing. What you’re able to do has no set rules; experiment until something you like emerges. Don’t fret; the scales are evenly tipped in our favor. Follow the madness if it suits your fancy.
Have some JOY in your playtime. After you’ve finished with my topper, you may use whatever big picks you have left to decorate the tree anyway you see fit. It adds depth to the tree and makes it more interesting.
4. The Last Step is to Dress the Tree with a Skirt Or Collar
The mess left after trimming the tree must be cleaned up immediately. When decorating, real trees produce a large quantity of needles. At this time of year, I like vacuuming and sweeping away as many fallen pine needles as possible.
After you’ve finished cleaning up, you may decorate your tree by placing a tree skirt and perhaps a tree collar under its stand. Ta Da! You may now admire your fully decorated Christmas tree. At this point, you may switch on the Xmas Tree lamps, relax, and marvel at your tree’s beauty.