Decorating your Christmas tree

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Our guide to creating the best dressed tree

There are so many beautiful decorations for your tree, it's easy to go overboard with tons of tinsel and bags of baubles. Our advice is less is more - choose a few beautiful decorations and give them space and the right lighting on the tree.

In this guide we've stuck to a traditional theme of red and white but chosen a more contemporary Scandinavian style of decoration which is on trend this year.
 
Follow our simple guide and this year you'll have a classy showstopper that will cause much tree envy among your neighbours and friends. 

Lisa Patton, Home and Garden
Jungle bells
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Jungle bells

Jingle bells

This pretty bell will delicately jingle away - giving away those snooping at the presents under the tree.


Price: £2.95
Sparkling reindeer
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Sparkling reindeer

Sparkling reindeer

This contemporary handpainted reindeer looks stunning on a traditional tree or one of the modern twig trees.

Price: £2.95
Festive mini wreath
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Festive mini wreath

Festive mini wreath

The jingly wreath with beautiful gingham ribbon looks fabulously festive on the tree.

Price: £1.50
Snowman on the slopes
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Snowman on the slopes

Snowman on the slopes

All wrapped up and ready for the slopes, we just hope our  snowman doesn't melt.


Price: £1.00
Twinkly stars
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Twinkly stars

Twinkly stars

A lovely traditional star decoration that will catch the lights and twinkle on your tree.


Price: £1.00
Love Christmas
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Love Christmas

Love Christmas

It's a time for sharing with those you love, if your visiting this Christmas - take a heart for the tree.

Price: £1.00
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