I love Christmas! I love the family getting together and all of the great decorations. When I was little we always had a big tree – the ceiling in the living room was 11-12 feet high and we always had a tree that touched the ceiling. I now live in an apartment and I do not have a lot of room. So this year we are trying a 5′ Pre-lit artificial tree from Zestavenue.com. This tree was so easy to put together. It came in two pieces and the holder. It took only a matter of minutes to get it put together.
It is the perfect size for the apartment – 5 feet tall. I need to fix the branches a bit but I love the tree. I love the pre-lit clear lights and how the glow and twinkle from the 370 tips of the pine branches. I can’t wait to add my favorite ornaments and tinsel. It has 200 clear lights on it.
It would be perfect for any room and great for the office too. No needles to clean up, no more crawling under the tree to water it. Set up and take down is easy! The tree is artificial but it looks beautiful with all the lights and will look better yet with ornaments on it.
The tree is:
• 32 in. W x 32 in. D x 60 in. H
• Comes with 370 tips
• 200 clear lights
• 32 in. base girth
I can’t wait to put my presents under the tree! If you would like to purchase your own artificial tree you can go HERE and pick the one that is perfect for your home. You can also stay connected on Facebook with Zestavenue.com.
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