Upside down Christmas tree. I want!

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By the 12th century it became a custom, especially in Europe to hang the Fir trees upside down from the ceilings to symbolize the Holy Trinity. The Upside down Christmas Trees was also considered to be the symbol of Christianity. But the real history behind the hanging of the Trees upside down still remains vague. Presently the trend of hanging a Christmas Tree has changed, because nowadays the tip of the Christmas Tree is made to point towards Heaven, as many think that an upside down Christmas tree is a sign of contempt. Christmas Carnivals offers information on the History of the upside down Christmas Tree.

The minute I saw this tree I had to own it. Everyone needs an upside down Christmas tree. It took my hubby a bit of work to get the presents to stay at the top – we never could get the little stuffed dog (that looked just like our actual dog) to stay up there for more than a few minutes.

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  • It’s a novelty item for the person who has to have every new gadget available.
  • It’s a great way to fit more presents under the tree!
  • It’s practical — takes up little-to-no floor space, so its great for smaller apartments & tiny rooms, and can be positioned in tight corners and other places that do not accommodate a traditional Christmas tree.
  • It’s a safer way to decorate for Christmas — keeping curious toddlers (and pets!) away from the delicate ornaments and lights.
  • It’s that one new “thing” that the person who gets WAY too into holiday decorating can add to their collection.
  • It’s easier to see the ornaments and decorations on an upside down Christmas tree because they hang away from the branches and do not get lost in all the foliage.
  • It’s a great way to get attention — you’ll likely be the first on the block to have an upside down Christmas tree!
  • It’s a conversation starter… you’ll have plenty to talk about when your holiday guests begin arriving!

Upside down Christmas tree. I want!

This year, there’s an interesting little twist on the traditional Christmas Tree that’s certainly not the norm, and it’s catching on like wildfire… it’s the Upside Down Christmas Tree!

Today, more and more Americans are enjoying the novelty of it by introducing an Upside Down Christmas Tree into their homes during the holiday season. Some, as their ; others, — just for the extra stares and attention.