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Mum shares how to make even the most sparse Christmas tree look catalogue-ready

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2 個月前
<p>A mum shared how to make even the most sparse Christmas tree look catalogue-ready - using one easy trick.</p><p>Nia Wells, 29, would hours each day wandering around looking at festive displays in shops - and wished she could make her own decorations look so perfect.</p><p>The avid Christmas lover realised she could create a full-looking tree just by hanging her baubles differently.</p><p>Nia, from Reston, Virginia, US, replaced the hanging strings on her baubles with wire hooks - and hooked them as deep into the tree as possible.</p><p>This way, the hangings are not visible - and the tree looks much more full.</p><p>Nia, a mum-of-one, said: "When I used to look round shops I would wonder how the trees looked so good.</p><p>"I realised it was because you couldn't see the hooks showing.</p><p>"I wanted a better way of creating that look than just stuffing the baubles between the branches and hoping they wouldn't fall off."</p><p>Nia, a stay-at-home mum, said she simply worked it out by trial and error - but now she does it every year.</p><p>The hooks cost as little as £2 and can be bought at most major stores.</p><p>And she admitted her tree gets endless compliments from visitors who can't understand how she made her tree look so good.</p><p>She said: "It just makes your tree look seamless and perfect.</p><p>"And the amazing thing is, if your tree isn't too full, you can do the same thing with slightly bigger baubles.</p><p>"That way you wouldn't even be able to tell it's sparse."</p><p>Nia said not only is the hack budget-friendly and effective, but it's also sturdy - and won't see your baubles fall and break.</p><p>The method has withstood the threats posed by her four-year-old daughter and even their kitten - and the baubles remained securely in position.</p><p>After sharing the hack on TikTok, users praised the hack - because it was so unexpectedly simple.</p><p>One hailed it "genius" while another said she had "cracked the code."</p><p>Nia said: "I look at TikTok as a way to learn things and help people.</p><p>"I like to show people things they might not know about but I never thought it would go viral.</p><p>"I'm glad people could learn things from it."</p>
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