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Christmas Tree Market Blog - Part 5

  Jul
   07

 

 

 

If you’re planning to use your artificial Christmas tree for a Christmas in July party, now is the perfect time to take it out of storage and do a routine maintenance. This way, you’d be able fix any broken lights or branches and make sure that the tree is ready when you put it up again in December. Below is a step-by-step guide to help you.

1. Choose a spacious area

This task requires a bit of space, especially if you have a big tree that has more than three sections. Consider moving furniture around to make room while you’re working. Spread out a plastic sheet to catch dust or dirt the tree may have accumulated during storage. If you have a pre-lit tree, make sure you have access to wall sockets for testing the lights later. (more…)


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  Jul
   04

 

We wish you all a wonderful holiday. May you spend the day in the company of loved ones. And may the glow of the nearest fireworks display liven up your celebration.

From the CTM family to yours— happy Independence Day!

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Photo by James Jordan via Flickr. CC BY-ND 2.0

 

 

 


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  Jun
   26

 

Customers choose their trees according to their tastes. While others like the full-shaped, traditional look, some prefer narrow trees that suit their space. For our Trees in Review today, we’re featuring the Columbia Valley Fir, one of Christmas Tree Market’s best-selling trees.

 

 

The Columbia Valley Fir
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  Jun
   22

 

Keeping things simple, while setting your creativity loose, are keys to having a fun and fuss-free Independence Day celebration. Make the fireworks fly on your 4th of July dinner party with these simple, yet time- and budget-friendly food and décor ideas!

Decor

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Add a patriotic flourish to your outdoor tablescape by using a red and white-striped tablecloth roll. The rolls serve a dual-purpose—they’re decorative and can be used for clean-up after the party. Add pops of color by using red, white, and blue servers for holding your picnic spoons, straws, and napkins.

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  Jun
   11

 

With Father’s Day fast approaching, it’s easy to go for the convenient choice of buying your dad a store-bought gift. While your present may be nice and heartfelt, sometimes it’s those non-material gifts that leave a lasting impression.

If your dad prefers memorable experiences to physical mementos, make this Father’s Day an experience he will cherish for a long time. Get the whole family involved and use the following ideas to create new adventures for your dad!

Baseball at the Park

 

Heading out to the field on a clear day for a few innings of baseball has all the makings of an enjoyable family activity! Plan a day at the park and bring baseball equipment, caps, extra shirts, and a picnic basket. If the kids in the family are too young to step up to the plate, an easy round of catch is a great way to introduce them to America’s favorite pastime.

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