Do you change the color of your christmas tree decorations very year, or is it a mix match of things
We have did gold for years and this year I did blur and silver, I really like it
It's a mix match of things Some part of it remains the same whereas new improvements arrive each year.
I have a different theme every year. I have too many decorations to fit one tree/year, so changing themes means that my decorations will all get used. Most of mine are family heirlooms and I wouldn't dream of throwing them out.
Beautiful tree. I've done gold with clear lights for years. I added some read a few years ago.
All of the old family decorations are packed in the garage--I use newer ones.
by ergenzinger 6 years ago
What is the longest you have left your Christmas tree and decorations up after Christmas?It seems like we leave our tree up for a little bit longer every year. Since it is artificial it isn't a fire hazard, just embarassing. But I also know we're not alone. Fess up!
by MomsTreasureChest 9 months ago
Do you decorate your Christmas tree with all white lights or with multi-colored lights?
by Kristin Trapp 5 years ago
Has anyone ever had problems having a Christmas tree and a puppy?My puppy (Ruby) is now 14 months old (the sweetest girl in the world) but I am pretty sure the ornaments on a Christmas tree, the lights, and actually the tree itself, may be too much of a temptation for her. I have no idea what to do.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
So how long do you keep the tree and decorations up?A fake tree can stay a little longer but real ones must go as soon as the needles fall of..right? LOL
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 2 years ago
When do you take your Christmas tree down?My mother always took the tree down on January 7, the day after Epiphany, the Three Kings Day.Image source: Phyllis Doyle
by Thelma Raker Coffone 5 years ago
Do you decorate with a live Christmas tree, an artificial one or no tree at all?
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