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Fluffing a Christmas tree is a lot like fluffing a pillow: It's not something you do every day, but once you go through the process, it'll make all the difference between enjoying your tree and hating it.
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Now that you have all of the branches fluffed out, it's time to move the tree around until you see the back. This is so you can make sure it is centered in the room and has enough space for it to grow. Make sure that any wall hangings or other decorations do not block this space; if they do, move them slightly further away from where your tree will go. Also make sure that no windows or doors are too close to your Christmas tree—this may cause damage due to drafts or cold air entering through them! Finally, don't place your Christmas tree near heat sources such as fireplaces and radiators (they can get hot).
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Start at the base of the tree and fluff out the bottom branches.
Fluff out the branches that are touching the floor.
Fluff out all of the branches that are touching each other.
These simple steps will help your tree look like it was professionally fluffed!
Start with the middle section.
Once you've fluffed that, move on to the branches on either side of it.
After that, focus on the remaining sections of your tree: first one side, then the other.
Now that you've fluffed out the bottom half of your tree, it's time to focus on the top. This is generally considered the most important step in the process—if you don't get this right, all your hard work will have gone to waste!
To begin with, start by standing at one end of the tree and make sure all branches are hanging down evenly. Next, choose a branch near the top center of your tree and pull gently down on it until it reaches its full length before releasing it back into place. Repeat this step for each branch in succession until you reach the middle of your Christmas tree; then repeat it again for any branches above that point until they're all just slightly longer than their neighboring branches (i.e., not stretched out). It's also helpful to keep an eye out for any gaps between neighboring branches when doing this so as not to miss anything out inadvertently! If necessary, use scissors or pruners after finishing up with fluffing out each section individually so as not
Fluffing a Christmas tree is an art form. If you want to get the best results, it takes time and patience, but the results are well worth it!
If you haven't fluffed your tree before, don't worry—we have some tips to help make your first experience go smoothly:
Make sure that your tree is fresh from the store (you can tell by its scent), not one that's been sitting in storage for a year or more. Otherwise, it may be too dry for fluffing.
Get yourself a good pair of gloves—if you're going to spend hours decorating your house with garlands and lights and other accessories, then why not protect those precious fingers? Gloves also make it easier when carrying heavy boxes full of decorations home from the store; just cut off any excess material so they don't get in the way later on!
As long as you follow these steps, you should be able to get your tree looking great in no time. And remember to have fun fluffing! We know that it can seem like a lot of work at first glance, but take heart: if we can do it with all the distractions of modern life around us, so can you!