HO! HO! HO! Christmas is just around the corner and if you are anything like me the Christmas spirt has already filled you with excitement and joy! The season to be jolly has finally arrived and you better be prepared for the 25th of December. I am a person who loves Christmas and loves the festive feel of all the lights and the shopping centre decorations, but the crown jewel to any Christmas decorations any display is of course the Christmas Tree and today we are going to talk about the different sorts of Christmas trees you can have to set yourself apart.
We live in a world now that likes to stray away from old traditions and nothing has felt the effect more than the good old fashion green Christmas tree. In the past few years we have seen many different types of Christmas trees from colours like white and pink to black and blue, we have even seen the bizarre upside tree hit the shelves. But none are more different than the latest tree to hit the market the steel tree. Though bizarre it is one very intriguing tree that makes you look twice and notice how different it is and you can not help but be totally intrigued.
One of the best things about having a steel Christmas tree is that you can build it yourself, imagine looking up at your Christmas tree through the month of December and saying I built that tree, it would be an amazing feeling. The tools you will need to get started is either a welder or a braising torch. You will also need a string of LED Christmas lights, a steel rod and cable tie or plastic ties. You’ll design the layout and get started on your amazing tree. Once you are happy with your design you will have to measure and cut your rods to what you need. Then you will start to weld your structure together once you have that done attach your lights with your cable ties and you will be set!
Another amazing thing is you can put your steel outside to match your lights and decorations, so people can come and admire you designs! I hope you have a Merry Christmas I hope you get spoiled with presents and full stomachs.
Image from: Geelong Christmas Tree