Different way to dress/ decorate your Christmas Tree

Christmas Decorations That Are Fun and Inexpensive

Cranberry and Popcorn Garland Look Beautiful On A Christmas Tree

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This is something that my mother and I often used to make a couple nights before christmas. It was fun to make and really it looked pretty in a way that store ornaments just can't (although I do like store ornaments as they gain sentimental value each year and remind us of Christmases Past).


Bake Your Christmas Tree Ornaments

This is an inviting way to decorate a tree. Make your christmas cookies and put a whole in them before you bake them. Then, using ribbon or string, tie a loop through them and voila! Fresh cookies to decorate your christmas tree! Yum.

Use Ribbon To Dress Your Christmas Tree

We definately have bought pretty ribbon a few times and decorated our tree. It can be a striking and classy look. Just take the ribbon and drape it in an appealing way. But a warning: gift wrapping ribbon can be very dangerous to cats and dogs as it harms their intestines if eaten. Use the fabric kind of ribbon so everyone is safe!!!

Use Beads To Prettify Your Christmas Tree

Use Attractive and Festive Beads to Prettify your tree. String beads together and lay across a branch or three :)

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MM Del Rosario 9 years ago from NSW, Australia

thanks for answering my request, i never thought of pop corns as a tree decoration.

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Isabella Snow 9 years ago

My mother made me string cranberries and popcorn together one year.. I can still feel the needle from everytime I screwed up, lol. Ribbon sounds lovely though, maybe I'll try that next!

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