Remember when your dad first took you out to the lake to fish? When he took you to your very first ball game? Or when he taught you how to ride your bike without training wheels? These were the good old days when it didn’t matter if you didn’t catch a fish, your team lost, or you fell from your bike more times than you could count. Spending time with your dad was all that mattered.
This year, it’s your turn to let Dad know how much he means to you. Tree Classics looks back at timeless father-and-child activities that you can still enjoy as you celebrate Fathers’ Day.
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Cozy up to the Perfect Christmas with an Ontario Spruce from Tree Classics
The crisp winter air, cozy holiday baking and rumors of chilly weather that offer the chance to wear your favorite winter sweaters. These are things that make you love the Christmas season. And at the center of it all is the classic silhouette of your Christmas tree. Make your holiday icon one to remember (and last) with an Ontario Spruce from Tree Classics.
Inspired by the white spruce that grows in southern Ontario, this lush tree features Real-Feel needles on the outside and classic PVC needles on the inside. That combination creates a flowing, natural exterior with a sturdy frame that’s built to last.
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There is more to eating apples than just keeping the doctor away. For one, they make delectable desserts. Applesauce, the sweet puree from the fruit, makes a fine ingredient when creating one of America’s classic baked goods. Tree Classics features four recipes that add a new twist to the all-time favorite applesauce cake.
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Try These Winter Organizing Tips to Make Spring Cleaning Less Daunting
A big part of spring cleaning is putting away your winter “mess.” So, why not make your future a little brighter by starting to organize your winter mess now. Prepare for warm-weather clean up with these winter organization tips.
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The Christmas season is over, but seasonal decorations are always in style. By incorporating the flair of your region (tropical Florida, the Midwest or sunny SoCal), the trends of the season, and your own personal style, you can keep your home fresh and welcoming all year long. Here are some tips on seasonal decorating for each season of the year.
Everything is coming to life. Flowers are blooming, the birds seem to sing a little more and the sun shines a little bit brighter. Spring seems wrapped up in life, vibrance and new beginnings. You can capture that springtime glow by making a few little changes that make a big difference in the feel of your home.
Infuse drab or dark spaces with a shot of color and new life by using flowers and leaves. Play with color and create floral arrangements to put in vases or tie with pretty ribbon. Display your springtime masterpieces on shelves or end tables.
You can use an old umbrella and fresh flowers to start the springy-ness at your front door like the author of the Be Colorful blog. Then be creative in sprinkling that theme throughout your home!
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