From the carved wood and dyed goose feathers of the 19th century, today’s artificial Christmas trees are made to look and feel realistic with two popular materials: polyvinyl chloride or PVC, and polyethylene or PE. We list down the differences between these two types of trees to help guide you in choosing the perfect one for your holiday home. Continue reading “The Difference Between PE & PVC Artificial Christmas Trees” →
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.
Christmas in July is one of the best times to buy artificial Christmas trees and holiday décor. It signals how close the holidays are and gives a preview of upcoming themes and trends for the season. Most of all, you can find great deals and huge savings while getting a head start on your Christmas shopping. So, in keeping with the spirit of giving, here are 10 deals you can enjoy at the Tree Classics Christmas in July Sale. Continue reading “10 Deals to Shop This Christmas in July Sale” →
One thing I appreciate about Tree Classics is their commitment to giving back to local communities. When they asked me to donate an artificial Christmas tree and décor to a local charity as part of their charitable Christmas in July campaign, I immediately thought of my local American Legion, Post #53. Continue reading “Spread the Joy: Celebrating a Charitable Christmas in July” →