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Tips and ideas about saving money on Christmas decorations for the tree.
43 Total Articles
Setting Up a Pre-Lit Christmas Tree
Step-On Light Switch for Tree Lights
Homemade Christmas Tree Flocking
Asian Themed Christmas Tree...
Decorating an Artificial Christmas Tree
Top Part of Pre-lit Tree Not Working
Caring for a Live Christmas Tree
Putting Lights on a Christmas Tree
Using a Blanket as a Christmas Tree Skirt
Multifunction Lights on Pre-lit Tree Only Blinking
Benefits of Buying a Real Christmas Tree
Setting Light Colors on a Pre-lit Christmas Tree
Wrap LED Starry Lights for Twinkling Star
Make a Tree Skirt With a Vinyl Tablecloth
Keeping Toddlers out of Christmas Trees
College Football Themed Christmas Tree
Military Themed Christmas Tree
Christmas Tree Theme Ideas
Artificial vs Natural Christmas Trees
Christmas Tree Tips and Tricks
Baby's First Christmas Ornament Ideas
Decorating a Christmas Tree
Picking a Christmas Tree
Making a Christmas Tree Topper
Storing an Artificial Christmas Tree
Jingle Bell Alarm for Pets
Use Costume Jewelry to Decorate for Christmas
Decorate Your Tree With Popcorn
Christmas Tree For Less
Budget Friendly Theme Trees
Child's Own Christmas Tree
Decorating a Pink Christmas Tree
Make a Christmas Tree Out of Recycled Materials
Set Up a Kids Christmas Tree
Different Christmas Tree
Gather Pine Boughs from Christmas Tree Lots
Set Up Christmas Tree In The Garage
Saving Money on a Tree Skirt
A Natural Growing Tree
Traveling Christmas Tree
Pan for Christmas Tree Overflows
Stringing Popcorn for the Tree
Avoid Buying a Special Tree Disposal Bag
Making a Popcorn Garland
This past December we were looking for decoration ideas for our Solstice tree in our yard. We decided to make popcorn strings for the tree.
Living Christmas Tree
A living Christmas tree is ecological, practical and saves you money year after year. You can enjoy it year round on your balcony or in your garden.
Real Christmas Trees Are Green
Not everyone likes the idea of sacrificing a living tree for the sake of celebrating a holiday, but it doesn't change the fact that trees harvested for the Christmas tree industry are a renewable and sustainable resource.
Keeping Your Christmas Tree Bug-Free
Live Christmas trees provide insects with a wonderful place to wait out the snow and cold of winter. Unfortunately, this means that occasionally hibernating insects get indoors by hitching a ride on your Christmas tree.
Christmas Tree Care
Here are some very simple ways to keep your Christmas tree green and thriving through the Christmas season. Many of us are lucky enough to live in an area where you can actually buy a Christmas Tree permit and go and cut our own trees.
Vintage Memories Christmas Tree
Christmas tree using cute vintage, quaint decorations: old childrens books, sheet music, old newspaper ads, paper dolls, old family photos and various items around the house!
Mardi Gras Beads As Christmas Garland
Use them on a small Christmas tree as garland. I have a small tree I put up in my dining room, and I put small ornaments that would get lost on my big tree on it. Instead of tinsel or garland, I loop Mardi Gras beads of all different colors together and drape them around it. They shine, even when the lights aren't on.
Use a Blanket as a Christmas Tree Skirt
If you are on a budget, a Christmas tree skirt can be pricey. Instead, you can use a blanket as your Christmas tree skirt and get more use from the blanket. Christmas skirts will sit in storage for most of the year anyway. Afterwards give your blanket a nice wash after being on the floor for a month or so.
Decorating an Artificial Tree with Elegance
I always had a beautiful full fresh real Christmas tree until I became alone. It was just too much! So with my artificial tree, I had to start getting crafty with it! Let me show you! I went to the Dollar store and bought bunches of poinsettias & sprays of holly. I filled in all the spaces with these bunches and added a few sets of extra clear lights!
Pre-lit Tree Not Working
I accidentally took a light off the tree and realised it's pre-lit. If I screw it back on will it work or do we need a new tree?
Repairing a Broken Wire on a Pre-lit Tree
I found a broken wire on my Martha Stewart pre-lit Christmas tree. Can it be repaired?
Middle and Top of Pre-lit Tree Not Working
I have a 3 part 7.5' pre lit LED Christmas tree. It is 2 yrs old. The bottom piece lights up and switches perfectly fine between the white and multi colored lights, however the entire middle section and top sections will not light up at all.
Pre-lit Christmas Tree Not Lighting
I have plugged in all three sections of our tree securely. I have used a meter to check the current through each section. I have confirmed a current. But there are no lights. What is next?
Pre-lit Christmas Tree Lights Quit Working
We have a pre-lit tree from Home Depot. The lights have quit working. The tree is about 2 years old. The lights were working and then a couple of days after I decorated the tree they quit working. We have tried everything such as replacing bulbs and fuses, plugging into a different outlet, and an extension cord.
Pre-lit Tree Has Blackened Lights
I have been using LightKeeper Pro for several years and have had wonderful success keeping the lights on my pre-lit tree working. Now I have one section that has all the lights out and they all are at least partially black. I have replaced several of them, but they are all still out. What next?
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