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First, gather buttons in various shapes, sizes and colors. Then, starting at the center of a three-inch foam sphere, attach the buttons by inserting a tailor's pin through one hole of each button until secured. Continue this process around the entire sphere, covering it one row at a time. Once the entire surface is covered, add a second layer of buttons to any sections where foam is still visible. Finally, tie ribbon into a loop, attach to the top of the sphere with a tailor's pin and hang on the tree. Get more ideas >>
Whether dressing a Charlie Brown Christmas tree or a Whoville town fir, Floral Displays Manager Cathy Barnhardt of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C. has Christmas tree lighting down to a science. "Light the tree from the top down working in sections rather than round and round the tree," says Barnhardt. "Work the lights in toward the trunk of the tree, and then back out to the tip of the next branch, securing it by slipping the tip between the two wires of your strand of lights." Photo courtesy of Biltmore Estates.