Before we go any further, just to clarify I am talking about Christmas Trees so get your heads out of the gutter! When it comes to trees, I will take fake all day.
A fake tree is perfection. It will always go up perfectly, light up perfectly, and the best part...NO...
It's almost that time!
You know it's one of the most fun family traditions to do. Spend a morning with the family going to out pick your beloved Christmas Tree and chopping it down to get ready for the big day.
Where around Buffalo can you chop down your own Christmas Tree...
The holidays are the most expensive time of year with parties, gift giving, events and decorating, the list of costs goes on and on. Here are four tips to help you save money while decorating your home for the season.
It's easy enough to get a Christmas tree in Buffalo; plenty of hardware stores and pop-up tree shops have a huge selection. But there's nothing quite like bundling the family up in winter gear and wandering around a Christmas tree farm looking for that perfect, fresh-cut evergreen.
It's hard to believe the holidays have come and gone in a matter of weeks, which means all of a sudden our "binge eating" is going to be frowned upon. It also means it's time to think about taking down our festive decorations. This can be a bummer not only because it's like getting rid of all seasonal cheer, but we also haven't the slightest idea how to get rid of our Christmas trees. L
Most people are familiar with the massive, and very impressive, Christmas tree that graces New York City’s Rockefeller Center every year. This tree has come to symbolize the holiday season for millions of people, and is something of national icon, appearing as a backdrop in countless movies and television specials.
It’s perfectly normal to mark the holidays with a decoration or two. But the Rieken family in Texas takes their celebration of the season to the extreme by cramming over 200 trees into their home. Clark Griswold of ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’ fame would be proud!
How much do you spend on a live Christmas Tree? A few years ago we switched to an artificial tree, but before that we had "real" trees for many years. We typically spent between 25-and-50-dollars on a live tree. How much did it cost you this year?