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How to Build a Christmas Tree Pedestal

Filed Under: Experts, Eric Stromer



A Christmas tree can be the focal point of room during holidays. Why not prop it up on a pedestal on display, while creating room beneath it for presents?




  • tony

    FUNNY, THESE ARE THE SAME INSTRUCTIONS THEY GIVE WHEN YOU WANT A CHRISTMAS TREE TO FALL ON YOUR HEAD :^(

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  • Faith

    I think it's pretty funny that there is even directions on "How to decoratea Christmas tree". You think people cannot figure out how to plug in lights and hang on ornaments?? Like there is a right and wrong way!


  • Nancy

    Do you use the same saw to cut a hole in the ceiling so the tree will fit???

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  • Sue

    There are several generations of a family in Louisiana that have been HANGING their Christmas trees from the ceiling for the past 50 years......THAT'S cool............

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  • Jonny

    Regarding your article "Take your tree to the next level". Last year I tried that... but it didn't work out very well.

    You see, I live in a third floor apartment, and after Christmas last year I took my old tree up to the fourth floor and dumped it in the hall.

    Somebody tracked the dead needles back to my apartment and I almost got evicted.

    Some folks just don't have any Christmas spirit !

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