Have you ever plugged in a strand of Christmas lights, only to find that they don’t light up or that half of them are out? It’s possible that your lights are no longer good, but it’s more likely that a small fix can light up the entire strand once again. We share the top issues that you might encounter, along with helpful tips on how to fix your Christmas lights. Continue reading “How to Fix Christmas Lights” →
Whether red, green, or white, Christmas lights can make almost any tree look absolutely stunning. Dressing a tree with quality lights is an art, and putting in a little extra effort to get it just right can make all the difference. Watch brand spokesperson Jen Lutz as she demonstrates how to put lights on a Christmas tree to create a holiday atmosphere that everyone can enjoy.
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Putting ribbon on your tree adds that extra pizazz and helps tie your décor together. There are many options to choose from and different ways to use them. Watch brand spokesperson Jen Lutz as she shows us how to decorate a Christmas tree with ribbon in this step-by-step guide. Continue reading “[VIDEO] How to Decorate a Christmas Tree with Ribbon” →
There’s nothing like a crisp, white Christmas tree adorned with beautiful decorations. It can easily be dressed up or down and goes great with a variety of Christmas décor. With the right ornaments, your white tree can give your room a rustic, outdoors feel, or it can create a beautiful, snow-themed atmosphere. Here are beautiful white Christmas tree decoration ideas from some of our favorite bloggers.
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” →