String Your Lights Like Rockefeller


No more just "wrapping" the tree with lights. This method creates a uniform glow throughout your whole tree.
You start with a tree. :)
Visually create three triangles on your tree.
Fill in each triangle, starting from the top, going to the bottom, and back to the top.

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  • Shirley Kalinosky
    on Nov 13, 2015

    We only have a 4 ft tree on the end table in our little Cape Cod home. You are right. Even a small tree can get 'out of hand' taking the lights around. This was the last 'idea' on the long page. I am do glad I kept looking. This it the best yet! thank you

  • Lana Hillard
    on Sep 5, 2016

    Neat idea. Will certainly be trying this.

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