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Read This Before Setting Up Your Christmas Tree. Created: 12/01/2014. Last Updated: 12/01/2014. Cut an inch from the base of the tree before placing it in the stand, and make sure the stand contains water. Trees should be placed at least 3 feet away from any source of heat, such as radiators, candles, fireplaces, heating vents or lights.

North America’s first Christmas tree was set up in Sorel, Que., in 1781 at a party of British and German officers hosted by the baroness Riedesel, according to the Canadian Encyclopedia. Move the tree in and stand it up. Make sure the tree is standing upright before tightening the stand. Add water to the tree stand. Check the water level frequently to avoid having the tree dry out.

Allow the tree to stand indoors and absorb water for 24 hours or more before decorating. Setting up your Christmas tree and placing wrapped gifts underneath is the perfect way to start the holiday festivities. But, have you ever really thought about why we bring a live (or artificial.

Give your tree a shake prior to set up. Regardless of your type of tree, you don’t want the bathwater coming in with the baby, if you will. Get rid of the dead needles by shaking it (outside!) before you set it up.

No use starting off with a needle-y floor before the decorations even go up. Before you run out to get your tree, read up on the important steps you’ll need to take once you get it home. Now playing: Watch this: We ordered an Amazon Christmas tree! 2:31.

Live trees can last around 4 weeks, so you should probably not put a live tree up before the beginning of December, or you risk a carpet of dried needles before Christmas even gets there. If you are using an artificial tree, you have a lot more leeway, as it will look the same regardless of timing. Once you’ve chosen the perfect Christmas tree and brought it home, the next step is getting it to its designated spot in the house. A few preparatory measures can make this sometimes daunting job easier: To keep needles from dropping everywhere, wrap the tree in an old sheet as you carry it through the house; and avoid placing the tree near a source of heat or ventilation (which causes the. Here’s real Christmas tree care tips you can use to set up your tree properly, make sure it lasts as long as possible, plus tips for clean up of needles and sap messes if they occur.

I recently did a poll question on the Facebook page, asking everyone if they had a real or an artificial tree, and not surprisingly there was a mix of responses. The use of the Christmas tree is relatively modern. Its origins are found in the medieval mystery plays that depicted the tree of paradise and the Christmas light or candle that symbolized Christ, the Light of the world.

According to custom, the Christmas tree is set up just before Christmas and may remain in place until the Solemnity of Epiphany.

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But then Kit asked me what we were doing this year for a Christmas tree, and my happy state of avoidance was shattered.

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And if it was Christmastime already, then why didn’t they have a real tree?

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This avoids all the half-dead leftover trees at the Christmas-tree lots (although we have friends who regularly have gotten trees free or nearly free from a local lot on Christmas Eve).

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Our family uses a bit of the trunk from our previous year’s Yule tree as our Yule log.

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And when it comes to featuring artificial Christmas trees, dang, y’all!

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But I didn’t want to live through Christmas in a house without a tree.

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The tradition here is to set up the tree three or four weeks before Christmas, and I didn’t want to insist on waiting and have the kids constantly ask, “How come we don’t have a tree yet?”

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We didn’t have a “real” fireplace with a chimney, so Santa would just have to figure out how to make this one work.

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So after the Christmas Eve Candlelight Services were over at 1 am, I retrieved the letter and read it alone next to my Christmas tree.

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I’ve always had a tree, every year.

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  • Real tree or artificial? I like artificial trees because it allows me to be artistic while being economical. To add the real-tree smell without resorting to chemicals, I purchase a wreath from a tree lot. It’s a fraction of the price of a real tree and I hang it near the fake tree so that I can still enjoy the scent. Easier cleanup, too.

  • Your Christmas Tree Could Actually End Up KILLING You!

    Yes you’re reading it right and here is the video to prove it: https://youtu.be/KhnmOkYCwyw

  • Absolutely Beautiful Christmas tree ��❤ have a fabulous holiday season hayley, Tyson and Nixon!! Amazing place for your tree! Breathtakingly views you have!! Love watching all your videos!!

  • Absolutely stunning! I have been doing a woodsy look with red and black plaid ribbon,but this color scheme I love with the flocked tree. I would love to have touches of this scheme this year.

  • I recently started watching your videos and they are really great. Your decorated trees are beautiful and I love all the ribbons. Please do more they are so helpful.

  • It may seem odd wearing gloves but I think it’s really smart. Every year I don’t wear gloves and every year I’m scratched all over my hands. I’m putting my tree up today and I will definitely be wearing gloves! Great job decorating. Nice video.

  • I love the idea of spinners and I’ve used them before in the past. But my problem now is that they don’t always fit into all of the types of Lights. And yes they’re all the miniature lights but sometimes the spinner base does not fit into the base with the light came out of how do you get that to work

  • @derekdb2 What the hell are you talking about? I’m catholic and I don’t understand. Look it’s a Christmas tradition to decorate a tree. Not evil or being a satanist OKAY? These are traditions to celebrate the birth of Christ. what’s so evil about that?