If you took our advice on the best time to purchase a new artificial Christmas tree, you might be wondering what to do with your old one. We have a number of convenient ways to help you recycle your old artificial Christmas trees and put them to good use.
One of the best things about owning a fake Christmas tree is the fact that you can use it again for years. But in order for it to remain as beautiful and lush as when you first bought it, you have to take proper care of it especially when you’re about to store it. Here is an easy-to-follow guide on how to clean and store your artificial Christmas tree once your yuletide celebrations have come to an end. Continue reading “How to Clean and Store your Artificial Christmas Tree” →
Among the most anticipated holiday traditions with the family is buying a Christmas tree, and unboxing it for the very first time. Whether you purchased a full or slim tree this season, keep in mind that they usually come compressed for shipping and would require a good amount of fluffing once you take them out of the box. Watch our Brand Spokesperson, Jennifer Lutz, as she shows us how to fluff your artificial Christmas tree in this instructional video.
In celebration of Independence Day, Jennifer Lutz shared her star-spangled holiday creation using Tree Classics’ Flocked White Fir Deluxe Christmas Tree. Alongside this, we held a sweepstakes for three $100 gift certificates.
Without further ado, we give you the list of winners:
Although the availability of pre-lit trees has made it a snap to set up a fake Christmas tree, there’s still a multitude of great reasons why you might want to string up the lights yourself. Whether you have a unique string of lights you want to use or you want a specific look for your tree, an unlit tree provides more decorating opportunities and lighting options.
If you’re not ready to invest in a pre-lit tree, Tree Classics can show you how to make the most of your unlit tree with this quick guide on hanging your lights evenly. Continue reading “How to Hang Lights on Your Tree Like a Pro” →