What your Christmas Tree says about you

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You’ve probably already got your Christmas tree up by now, and whether you’ve gone for real or fake, the way you choose to decorate your tree supposedly says a lot about you as a person.

Because of course, everyone has their own style when it comes to Christmas, colours, decorations and lighting.

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Readers Digest has taken a closer look at people, their personalities, and their Christmas trees to determine what festive decorating style really says about a person.

Here’s what your Christmas Tree say’s about you…

  • White lights – You ask house guests to remove their shoes.
  • Multi-coloured lights – You’re an extrovert.
  • Blinking Lights – You have attention deficit disorder.
  • Homemade ornaments – You have lots of children.
  • Strung Popcorn – You have too much time on your hands.
  • Red balls only – You wish you lived in a department store.
  • Cut-off top – You didn’t measure the tree.
  • Vague evergreen smell – You bought a healthy tree.
  • Strong evergreen smell – You sprayed your tree with Pine-Sol.
  • Just plain smelly – There’s a dead bird in your tree.

Sound about right?

Whatever your tree says about you, embrace it!

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And if you’re in need of a little advice on how to make sure this year’s tree outshines the trees of Christmas past, here you go.

5 tips that’ll guarantee you’ve got the best Christmas tree in town

  1. The shape of your tree is the most important thing. Make sure your tree is lush and dense – gaps are no good.
  2. Snowy wintry wilderness is fashionable this year. Think frost effect ornaments and natural pine adorning snow covered trees and you’ve got it.
  3. Be generous with lights! Make sure you put them on first and decorate from deep inside your tree, outwards.
  4. Stick to a theme and choose just one or two colours if you want your tree to look professional and modern. But if you’re more of a traditionalist, go crazy.
  5. Don’t just use bows and baubles – accessorise your tree with fabric, fern and pine ornaments. And make sure all decorations are spread evenly!

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And most of all, enjoy yourselves. It’s Christmas!

 

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  1. Kristina Bates

    3 years ago

    That making my children happy means far more than having a magazine-style colour co-ordinated tree!

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