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Designer Christmas Tree: Part 2 Working with Ribbon

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Watch Part 2 of our tree decorating series to learn how our designers work with ribbon when creating a themed Christmas tree. Stay tuned for the next part in our series, larger focal items and floral clusters.
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Helen Woodcock (5 months ago)
hello could you do a voice over cause i cant hear what your saying got both my volume om full and still cant hear you xx
Tyokia Bowie (1 year ago)
do you put the lights on first?
Decorator's Warehouse (1 year ago)
Yes! This particular tree is prelit, but if you are adding additional lights or stringing your own, you will want to do that first.
Chi Hulagirl (1 year ago)
Could you go sideways from the top to the bottom and then cut? Would that look the same?
Megan Townsend (1 year ago)
I have a 7 1/2 FT tree. How many rolls of the ribbon would I need? I'm doing all the way around ( as my tree spins).
Decorator's Warehouse (1 year ago)
2-3 10 yard rolls depending on the width of your tree. If it is mid to full size, I would go with 3!
Judith Taylor (1 year ago)
You should cut the tails as fish tails.
Tracy Shockley (1 year ago)
is this a fact tree or a real tree
Mabel Balaga (4 months ago)
+Jesse B. qq
Jesse B. (1 year ago)
Have no idea what a fact tree is. But to answer your question, none of these trees are real.
Elizabeth Huggins (2 years ago)
Thank you for another great video
ruth perez (5 months ago)
Elizabeth Huggins thank you for great video 🌲😍

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