Simple Pain-Free Christmas Tree


Material

  • Silver Christmas star
  • Christmas lights in one colour - I used blue light
  • Baubles in just a few colours - I have used silver, mirrored and blue
  • 1 Christmas Tree (can be artificial or real - your choice)

Method

  1. Add the Christmas lights to the set up Christmas tree first
  2. Add the Christmas baubles
  3. Finish with the star on top


    Simple and pain-free Christmas Tree


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  • mom101330
    • 19 Dec 2014
      9:07 pm

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  • Beautifully made blue tree

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  • Wow this Christmas tree looks beautiful.

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  • I love easy ideas for Christmas. Looks great. Thank you.

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  • I imagine it would keep my OCD at bay with the kids decorating the tree too LOL!

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  • A beautiful Christmas Tree,it look’s fantastic!

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  • I love Christmas, especially putting up and decorating the tree. I think less is more when it comes to decorating. I have some beautiful birds I bought at a cheap shop that look really cute as well. Thanks for sharing.

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  • When I was a little kid when my Dad pruned the fruit trees he always saved a pice that he had pruned off, put in a sheltered spot to dry, painted it with leftover white or silver paint. At Christmas he would stand it in a bucket of builder’s sand in a bucket, then by sister and I had fun decorating it. Some of the decorations were hand made, some were some of our old baby toys which had been hand-me-downs. Most of the bought decorations were breakable so Mum always enjoyed hanging them after we had our fun.

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  • great simple idea

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  • That looks so beautiful, a quick,easy festive addition to any Christmas gathering. Cheap but effective


    • Agreed, you don’t need all the fancy flashy decorations!

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  • Simple yet beautiful; thanks!.

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  • It looks really good, love the colour.

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  • simple pain free christmas tree

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  • yes i love the simple approach to chrissie. Don’t have to go overboard to have a great chrissie

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  • I’ve done something similar one year. It really helps not having to think too hard about it. You can get it done quickly.

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  • It looks great for christmas! Thanks so much for sharing!

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