Do you love spruce up the Christmas tree, like me?
Well, the long-awaited epoch to ride our Christmas trees!
This year, I decided to show my decoration here in the blog, because I think it can help a lot of people who have doubts how to mount the tree.
I split my process in 8 steps
Spruce the Christmas Tree can be much more practical if you organize yourself.
Choose a theme or a color palette as this makes it much easier when shopping for Christmas ornaments.
By limiting your options you can make a more conscious purchase, save money and still have a tree with more harmony.
If the chosen embellishments follow a theme or a color pattern, it is much easier to combine in the ride the christmas tree.
The first thing you should put in your shopping cart when you choose Christmas ornaments is what I call "fill element". That is, what will occupy more space in the tree: be a ribbon or garland.
In addition to helping to "fill" the tree - which makes you save on decorations - having this item in the cart helps you select the others since you can compare them to see if they match.
Now comes the christmas tree montage...
The first thing you should put on are the lights.
First because it is easier to put the lights with the tree empty.
Second, you can turn on the lights and see if they're wide spread.
Make adjustments so that there is no part with more light than another on the Christmas tree.
4. Fill Element
It's time to put the ribbon or garland.
Roll up Christmas tree with it for you to fill up a good part of it and there are less parts to be decorated with other decorations.
5. Large Ornaments
Start by putting the larger ornaments.
Distribute them well, checking if there is not some area with more elements than others.
Tip: If your tree is small, put the larger balls in the lower part because this gives the most visual Christmas tree.
6. Medium Ornaments
After the big embellishments, it is time to position the medium embellishments.
Follow the same hint of distributing them well.
7. Small Ornaments
Finally, place the little ornaments filling the spaces that are still empty.
As you have already put all the other big ornaments, this step is much easier.
If you have some contrast color, this is the time to put the embellishments of this color.
For example, if you have decided to decorate the Christmas tree with white, silver and pink, like me, can leave the pink ornaments last.
Since all the others are already in place, it is easier to identify where to position the contrasting ones.