How to Check for Gaps in an Artificial Christmas Tree

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Learn how to check for gaps in an artificial Christmas tree in this free holiday video.

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Our next step is a relaxing one. Basically, sit back and enjoy some of the hard work we've already done. Be about four to six feet away from a smaller tree; ten to fifteen from a big tree. And what are you doing to look for? You are going to look for ways that you can tweak your tree. Basically, where are there areas where there could be like somethings that like "hey there's a gap there," or "you know, geez, that garland is a little close there, too." Sit back and look at your tree. See where there are areas for improvement. Then if you start seeing gaps, like another ornament could be put there, that's when you can bring out some more ornaments to put on your tree. And basically, look at where you can add in some small little tweaks in addition after a nice sitting back critique on your tree. So, basically, you know, give yourself about four or five minutes to do this, and then if you find there are gaps, go back into your ornament closet and grab some more. Fill in the gaps, rehang a bit of garland, just fill in some tweaks; don't freak yourself out about this. Trust me, it helps to get a little bit of distance from your tree masterpiece to be able to see if there are some little areas and tweaks around the edges that you may want to do before you call it a day on your decorating.


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