set up your christmas tree
Thank you so much for your purchase!
We are absolutely sure that you are now very excited to set your tree up. Scroll down to view our detailed and illustrated steps!
You are now moments away from transforming your home into a Christmas Wonderland.
Buying a tree that’s right for you is just one step of the process.
First things first, know where you’re going to position your tree. This is key in choosing what to buy. You need to consider your floor and ceiling area. These determine your choice of Christmas tree height and shape.
When you’re choosing the perfect spot, pick a space that has little to no foot traffic. Otherwise, your tree will end up a hindrance instead of a source of holiday cheer. Examples of high traffic areas are entryways, corridors, and hallways. Setting up your tree in these busy zones also puts it at risk of accidental damage.
Next, avoid putting your tree in areas exposed to direct sunlight.
Position your tree in such a way that you can see it from any vantage point. Make sure to place it near a wall socket so it’s easy to plug in your Christmas tree lights. Unless of course you have an extension cord. If you’re using the latter, then anchor it to the walls with clips to keep it out of the way.
Finally, wherever you decide to put your tree, set up a seating area where the family can relax and enjoy the view.
In your package, you should find:
Size: 1.2m & 1.5m
Size: 1.8m onwards
Now that we have sort of got our base ready, it is time to identify which tree segment should go in first.
Put all of the sections together and pick out the longest one.
Now, fit the longest section into the base stand.
Continuing fitting the sections
As mentioned previously, it’s wiser to shape by section and start from the bottom up. The first section of your tree is the widest and serves as your guide when fluffing and shaping the rest.
First, separate the tips of each branch and angle them in such a way that they’re pointing away from the tree’s center.
Second, let a peacock’s fully fanned tail serve as your inspiration and work on the tips at the very back of each branch. Angle them sideways and away from the branch.
Third, shape each branch (as much as you can) in an upward vertical fashion. This how to make an artificial tree look fuller.
Our Christmas Trees are sure to be dense. Definitely far more than the average tree from your local Christmas Shop, e-commerce platforms, or supermarkets/departmental stores.