Pop-Up ChristmasTree – Flat to Festive, in Seconds

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I did it again this year, spent an entire day setting up and decorating the tree. I have to admit that I love it! What I don’t love? Taking that sucker down again, taking off each ornament and putting it all away, piece by piece. I promise to have it back in the basement before Valentines Day next year… and then, I’ve got to find a better way.

Check out the Pop Up Decorated Tree, certainly an acceptable tree facsimile, that arrives in flat pancake fashion, fully decorated with holly leaf accents, red poinsettias and solid red and plaid ribbons. The tree is finished off with matte red and gold shatterproof ball ornaments and lighting is included, featuring 350 mini lights in red, blue green and amber. Fa la la!

You simply drag it out of storage each year, and attach it to its included stand and using the easy pop-up assembly, you’re just a quick hoist away from sheer Christmas joy. The tree is recommended for indoor use, and if one of the bulbs burn out, the rest of the tree stays lit. The tree comes with a special end connector in order to properly position your own lighted tree topper. Just think of all the time you’ll have for baking and caroling.

So if instant-Christmas sounds good to you this year, and years to come, get yourself the 6 foot Pop-up Tree at amazon.com for only around 100 bucks, and then get back to wrapping all your presents, and hitting up the wassail bowl.

One review or comment

Cynthia Morgan Says: December 9, 2013 at 10:01 am

Then, spend about $7 to buy some fir-scented Scentsicles ornaments, and it will smell like you went out and chopped down your own real tree! Fabulous scents!

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