Pop Up Christmas Tree

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Pop Up Christmas Tree

steps Print Christmas tree template and base template, enlarging the base template 150 percent. Stack two pieces of light-green paper and place tree template on top. Staple around tree to temporarily hold layers together. Score on dashed lines with a ruler and bone folder. Cut out tree and branches on solid lines. Punch holes where indicated with a screw punch. Put base circle template on white paper, stapling or taping in place. Score on dashed lines and cut on solid lines. Tape the two tree pieces together, right sides facing, at tab at base. Glue tabs together, using just a dab of glue for each. Allow to dry. Remove tape from trees. Insert base tabs into slits on base; glue and let dry. With tree and base folded, glue half of base to one board, aligning the fold in the base just slightly beyond the edge of the board. Use inner half circle of base “collar” as a reference to cut semicircle out of board. Glue other half of base to other board. With tree and boards folded, cut semi-circle from second board. Open boards, allowing tree to pop up. Place battery light under tree, within cut circle. Decorate with punched shapes or gem stickers. Place fake snow around base, if desired.
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

This is the 6′ Christmas tree that pops up instantly and is pre-decorated with original artwork by renowned holiday artist Thomas Kinkade. The one-piece tree rises from a flat position in concentric circles into its full 30″ width and 76″ height and simply hangs on the included stand and its pole, eliminating the hassle of assembling multiple sections. The fully decorated tree has two satin-like ribbons with winter holiday scenes inspired by Thomas Kinkade’s original artwork. Two hundred glistening clear lights are nestled among the branches and cast a warm glow onto 46 globe ornaments that are painted in rich holiday red and gold. The tree has two additional gold and burgundy ribbons, 15 velvet-like poinsettias, and a gold-trimmed bow tree topper. The tree collapses just as easily to a mere 5″ H for easy off-season storage. 76″ H x 30″ Diam. (11 lbs.)
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

One of the first things that herald in the Christmas season is greeting cards. You can easily make your own pop-up Christmas tree card to send to family members and friends. All you need to get started is some paper, a paperclip or pen, and a pair of scissors.
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

Our famous Pop-Up 6-Ft. LED Christmas Tree is back — bigger and better than ever. And yes, it’s still more convenient than other prelit trees! That’s because it comes fully decorated with 3 red ribbons, 3 gold ribbons, 10 gold bows, 10 red poinsettias and 40 globe ornaments (20 red, 20 gold) already attached. Plus, a large red bow on top. It assembles in minutes without tools and stands 6′ tall, with 200 warm white LED lights.
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

Add some instant holiday cheer with our famous Pop-Up 6-Ft. LED Christmas Tree. It assembles quickly and easily, and comes fully decorated, so you can spend less time on setup, and more time with your family.
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

Our famous Pop-Up 6-Ft. LED Christmas Tree is back — bigger and better than ever. And yes, it’s still more convenient than other prelit trees! That’s because it comes fully decorated with 3 red ribbons, 3 gold ribbons, 10 gold bows, 10 red poinsettias and 40 globe ornaments (20 red, 20 gold) already attached. Plus, a large red bow on top. It assembles in minutes without tools and stands 6′ tall, with 200 warm white LED lights. See more details
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

Comments:Have been so pleased with this tree. As I get older, it is harder to decorate a tree, so I love this tree and it is so classy.
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Pop Up Christmas Tree

Have been so pleased with this tree. As I get older, it is harder to decorate a tree, so I love this tree and it is so classy.
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Open boards, allowing tree to pop up. Place battery light under tree, within cut circle. Decorate with punched shapes or gem stickers. Place fake snow around base, if desired.
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Step 19: Set the Christmas tree card aside and lay the second print out, the backing card, on a flat surface. Take a ruler and line the edge of it up against the center fold line of the backing card and score down the center with your paper clip.
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Step 24: Take the backing card, with the dotted line facing down, and carefully position it on top of the Christmas tree card. Take your time, making sure the edges of both cards match up.
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With tree and base folded, glue half of base to one board, aligning the fold in the base just slightly beyond the edge of the board. Use inner half circle of base “collar” as a reference to cut semicircle out of board. Glue other half of base to other board. With tree and boards folded, cut semi-circle from second board.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friendHammacher Schlemmer Response: Thank you for your feedback. You can now order a storage bag for this pop-up tree, for easy storage. Remember you can always order from Hammacher Schlemmer with confidence knowing that if you are disappointed with a product—for any reason—you may return it under our lifetime guarantee. Please contact our customer service team at 1-800-321-1484 and they will be happy to assist you.(18 of 20 customers found this review helpful)Was this review helpful? Yes / No – flag this review
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Comments:base and rod connectors design not sturdy enough to support weight of “tree” spins in light breeze, tilts and stays tilted.ribbons are ugly and very thin– not like what is represented in catalog. perhaps if the product was only 4-feet (two feet shorter, it may mitigate my concerns.
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Tape the two tree pieces together, right sides facing, at tab at base. Glue tabs together, using just a dab of glue for each. Allow to dry.
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base and rod connectors design not sturdy enough to support weight of “tree” spins in light breeze, tilts and stays tilted.ribbons are ugly and very thin– not like what is represented in catalog. perhaps if the product was only 4-feet (two feet shorter, it may mitigate my concerns.

Published on Jun 2, 2017 | Under News | By admin
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