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  • The Popular Artificial Silver Tip Christmas Tree
    The silver tip is a very popular Christmas tree choice in the Pacific Northwest. This hardy, high elevation member of the fir family is treasured for the uniformity of its branches and overall pleasing appearance. However, the range at which these trees can be grown is quite limited and they can take more than a decade to mature. This ultimately means higher costs at the tree stand, particularly if you live far from the Northwest, the primary habitat of these trees. Purchasing an artificial Read More...
  • Decorating Your Christmas Tree - Tips and Ideas
    Crafting And Buying Christmas Tree Ornaments You can make beautiful Christmas tree ornaments using acorns, paint, metallic chenille stems and hot glue. Gather some acorns and paint them different colors. Cut the chenille stems in half and bend over so both ends are together. Use the hot glue gun to attach the chenille stem to the top of the acorn to work as a hanger. Free patterns and directions for making various decorations are available online. You will need thin cardboard, paint, glue, an Read More...
  • Turning Christmas Tree History Upside Down
    The history of upside down Christmas trees goes as far back as the middle ages, when residents of Europe hung their xmas trees upside down as a representation of the holy trinity. Of course, that is not the most common method of displaying today's Christmas tree, as what it now represents, right side up, is the tip of the tree pointing to heaven. Because of this modern attitude and style, there are those that think an upside down Christmas tree could be a sacrilege or at least a sign of disresp Read More...
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