The festive season is around the corner and the majority of people are busy modeling their homes. Christmas trees are a common feature that will hardly miss in many homes. And since this has become a norm, the majority of us always go for artificial Christmas tree.
It’s regrettable that still, most of us aren’t aware how to decorate these trees. Besides, some of these trees that we buy are small. But, are you aware that you can thicken your Christmas tree to look fuller? Yes. Don’t get surprised how speedy, modest it is to fill a large room with your tree. But, keep in mind, there is no wrong way to decorate a tree. Besides, there is no right way either.
- The first trick to thicken your artificial Christmas tree to look fuller is to repeat the pattern. For instance, pick one element and form a regular pattern over your tree. Still, if you have a collection of ornaments, you can sandwich them amidst of orderly decoration.
- Second, the first layer of ornaments you’ll model should be a sequence of colored mercury balls. If not, a series of a recurring element that is objective. If you like the unsophisticated look, Pinecones will make a great gewgaw base. But, if you like a glamorous display, you can go for the shimmer pine cone. They look good in a basket on the tree or on the table.
- Third, big loops are exceptional on an artificial Christmas tree. The only worry is that they are pretty pricey. To capitalize on ribbons, go for sausage ribbons. In my opinion, these are the best as they cover a lot of space. Besides, they make use far less band. If you get engrossed in them, pick up French ribbon. Slice them into 20”- 30” length linear measure. Next, fold around a tremendous flabby route. It should look like a curled hair. Clutch the central and swivel on a clasp. Now, fasten on one of the underside branches.
There are hundreds of styles you can use to make your tree to look full. But I believe these tips in addition to those you have should get you a full tree. Remember I mentioned there are no neither right nor wrong decoration techniques. Still, if you are unable to do this, you can get help from a work bee. Feel free to share your favorite tip that is not shared.