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Learn how to decorate a Christmas tree - small tree in this video about the holiday.
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Hi! I’m Cheri Hennessy with the Christmas Attic and I’m going to be showing you how you can squeeze a Christmas tree into any space in your home. We’re going to decorate a very small tree today and to show you, you don't even need a fireplace for your stockings. We’re going to start by putting the tree topper on the tree. We’re using a Retro theme today, kind of an old-fashioned Christmas and that's with these big C-7 bulbs that a lot of people remember that their parents or their grandparents had. And a lot of the ornaments were handmade at that time, so I felt it's the perfect medium for a retro ornament. We’ve got reindeers. I’m just gently putting a few of these on. We’re going to put the angel towards the top because where the angels belong, always at the top of your tree. I have a couple of reindeers. Rudolph the red nose reindeer with a very big thing during the—for the Retro period and of course, pipe cleaners, little Santa’s and they kind of tie together. There’s got a little inexpensive silver garland ribbon kind of thing and I’m going to start it at the top, anchor it on and just make loops, and loop it throughout the tree. You have a tree with less than a dozen ornaments. You’ve got a little garland that cost a few dollars to put on here. You had a village and if you don't have a fireplace guess what? Your stockings can fit in front of your trunks. So now in less than a four square little feet here, you have your entire Christmas tree and your fireplace. And next, we’re going to show you how to fix an ornament.