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O' CHRISTMAS TREE


AZWENDY
AZWENDY
AZWENDY
AZWENDY

CHRISTMAS TREES JUST ARE NOT PRACTICAL WHEN IT COMES TO DESERT LIVING IN MESA, ARIZONA. THEY ARE NOT NATIVE TO US IN THE VALLEY, THEY DRY OUT QUICKLY, AND BY THE TIME CHRISTMAS DAY IS HERE MOST OF THE NEEDLES ARE ON THE FLOOR.
I DECIDED TO CREATE A CHRISTMAS TREE THAT WON'T HAVE THESE PROBLEMS, IT CAN BE EITHER INDOOR OR OUTSIDE, EASY TO MAKE, FUN TO DECORATE, DISPLAYS CREATIVITY AND HAS ALL THE TRIMMINGS AND FESTIVITIES OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
THIS IS ALSO ECO FRIENDLY BECAUSE I RE-USED SOME CHRISTMAS LIGHTS FROM OUR OLD TREE WHICH HAD THE MIDDLE SECTION OF IT WITH BLOWN OUT LIGHTS i WAS ABLE TO USE THE LIGHTS FROM THE TOP SECTION AND THE BOTTOM SECTION.

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  • very creative
    By AZWENDY, on December 8, 2016
    • This tree is by far the best on display.
      By jeffallred, on December 11, 2016

  • Thank You.
    By AZWENDY, on December 13, 2016

  • Such a fun, creative way to celebrate! Does the frame collapse for storage?
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 15, 2016

  • yes, it does for easy storage outside, in attic, in shed, or in house.
    By AZWENDY, on December 15, 2016

  • How are the nails distance, angle set at on each board
    By Johnny1, on August 27, 2017

  • Just a slight angle up aout 4" apart. Most lights are done with a rope wire so you it was easy to wrap the around the nails.
    By AZWENDY, on August 28, 2017

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O' CHRISTMAS TREE

by AZWENDY
Dec 06, 2016
Medium 6c622079 b6d8 4b86 ba6b 1046e304816b

CHRISTMAS TREES JUST ARE NOT PRACTICAL WHEN IT COMES TO DESERT LIVING IN MESA, ARIZONA. THEY ARE NOT NATIVE TO US IN THE VALLEY, THEY DRY OUT QUICKLY, AND BY THE TIME CHRISTMAS DAY IS HERE MOST OF THE NEEDLES ARE ON THE FLOOR. I DECIDED TO CREATE A CHRISTMAS TREE THAT WON'T HAVE THESE PROBLEMS, IT CAN BE EITHER INDOOR OR OUTSIDE, EASY TO MAKE, FUN TO DECORATE, DISPLAYS CREATIVITY AND HAS ALL THE TRIMMINGS AND FESTIVITIES OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON. THIS IS ALSO ECO FRIENDLY BECAUSE I RE-USED SOME CHRISTMAS LIGHTS FROM OUR OLD TREE WHICH HAD THE MIDDLE SECTION OF IT WITH BLOWN OUT LIGHTS i WAS ABLE TO USE THE LIGHTS FROM THE TOP SECTION AND THE BOTTOM SECTION.