Tips for Decorating Your Christmas Tree

Christmas is around the corner, people are busy about preparing for this wonderful holiday. Do you have any trouble in decorating your Christmas tree? The ideas below may give you some inspiration about how to decorate Christmas tree.

First, String Lights

Sparkle and shining of a Christmas tree is one of the most attractive in the evening during Christmas season. Thanks to various lights, we can experience colorful life nowadays. When decorating your tree, some details should be paid attention to.

Faceted glass bulbs will refract more light, resulting in brighter. For small twinkle lights and colored lights, you can layer several strands and pair them with ornaments that have reflective surfaces. When decorating your tree, layer the string lights from inside to outside around the trunk and branches. Start at the base of the trunk and working up and wrap the lights around every major branch, moving from the trunk to the tip and back. Don’t skimp on lights! For every vertical foot of tree, use a strand of 100 lights. You might worry about how different lights mix and match with each other. In fact, there’s no rule stating that you can only use one kind. You can try experimenting with different lighting schemes until you get one you like.

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Second, the Garland

There are no firm rules when draping garlands on a tree (as long as you don’t create a sausage effect, with branches bulging between tightly-cinched garlands). Start at the top, stringing less garland, and work your way down, increasing the amount of garland. Thin bead garlands look best swagged from branch to branch; thick paper, ribbon, or foil garlands look best wrapped loosely around the entire tree. Use a variety of garlands — from plain to fancy — to avoid a busy look. For every vertical foot of tree, use about two strands of garland.

Third, Christmas Ornaments

To showcase your ornaments, start with the most important ones. Then hang the largest ornaments, spacing them evenly apart. Fill in around them with medium and small sizes, balancing the overall look. Finish with specialty shapes, such as bird clip-ons. For interesting variety, include all shapes, from icicles to teardrops. And create depth by hanging some ornaments closer to the trunk.

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