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Quirky Christmas Décor

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We’ve heard it countless times – we have the longest Christmas season in the world. As early as September, we’re already bringing out the Christmas tree that will be adorned with red poinsettias and dazzling balls in silver and gold. When you step out of the house, Christmas lights will greet you and the usual decor or stars and parols line our main thoroughfares.

Through the years, we can’t help but be more creative when it comes to Christmas decorating. Some craft unique trees while others recycle items found at home to make their space unique. If you’re still looking for the right dose of inspiration to make this year’s celebration a cut above the rest, we found a couple of quirky trees and décor that may just spark your creativity. Remember, involving the whole family when it comes to decorating is still the best way to go!

Kurt Adler Upside Down Christmas Tree

Got lots of gifts? This upside down Christmas tree will be perfect! This Christmas tree was introduced a few years back to address the concerns of less-spacious areas. Imagine, instead of the wide base taking up the space, only the tip of the tree will take up precious floor area. You don’t just get more space for gifts, decorating will be so much fun – upside down.

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A Unique Flying Angel

Add a rustic touch to the dining table with this rusty plate metal flying angel candle decoration. It can be simply attached to candles for that unique touch. This angel proves that your décor need not be all shiny and new.

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Since Christmas trees are the first ones we set up during the festive season, here are fun alternatives that you can do. Daily Mail Online did a roundup of the quirkiest trees and here are our picks:

Cardboard Tree

Made from recycled paper, this tree will put your creativity to the test as you can paint it with any color you like. You can even involve your kids!

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Technicolor Tree

We’ve seen the green ones, the white ones – there are even pink, red, and brown! How about combining all colors for a technicolor piece? With this tree, you won’t need additional ornaments and it will definitely standout.

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Chocolate Tree

An edible tree? Yes you can have it! Belgian chocolate leaves, trunk, and soil – how fun is it to have a tree and eat it too? Those who prefer this tree can choose between a 60cm tall tree or a smaller and cheaper version.

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