Christmas Tree Giveaway Sponsored by King of Christmas

I can’t believe that Christmas is right around the corner. It’s about that time when we start decorating the house and the Christmas tree for the holidays. For me and my children, this tradition helps to put us in the holiday spirit. Head on over to King of Christmas where they are giving away some amazing prizes to include an artificial Christmas tree and other great prizes! They have so many artificial Christmas trees to choose from and ranging from all price points.

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I personally have done away with buying real Christmas trees as it was too much of a hassle every year to get it in and out of my home, cleaning up the needles that would be all over the place and having to water the tree and worry about the water spilling all over the floor.

I have had my artificial tree for several years now and I love it! Mines is pre-lit so I don’t have to worry about lights. I did buy some ornaments for the children to add to the tree. The kids help me to string up lights around our living room. I normally have the kids help me put the tree and lights up starting in November and keep it up till after the New Year.

What kind of tree do you use for Christmas, real or artificial? Why? How do you decorate your home for the holidays?

Hurry and head on over to King of Christmas and enter their 2013 Christmas Giveaway! You are going to love the prizes being given away.

 

**This post was sponsored by King of Christmas. I did receive payment in exchange for this post but the ideas and opinions were all mine.**

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