We all await this magical time: our families, our friends, and especially our lovely pets! Every member of our family wants to take part in decorating the Christmas tree, to make his or her mark on it, and to get that celebratory energy. But sometimes our 4-legged friends get overexcited when it comes to Christmas trees.
Magicorama prepared 12 crazy and effective ways to protect your decorations and nerves from disaster. Enjoy! And get into the holiday spirit with us!
All pet lovers will understand what this means. If your pet is not too large, this way of decorating your Christmas tree will be quite appropriate. It will be a 2-in-1 tree for you and for your pet. Everyone wins!
If you don’t want to set up your Christmas tree as in the previous tip, there’s also detailed instructions for you to hang it with all the ornaments and decorations a bit differently: upside down. It’s unusual and adds some more magic to your home.
You can even improve upon the idea of hangable trees by opening portals and taking a tree from another world. Add a bit more fairy tale to your Christmas!
Such a fence will help you protect your decorations if you have a medium or large pet. There are 2 advantages as well: you and your pet can admire the tree, and there are no surprising fails when you aren’t at home.
If a cage fence doesn’t meet your aesthetic requirements, try this one. It looks stylish, and your pet will be puzzled about getting to the tree. Plus, all the gifts are in plain view, so you can be sure no one touched them.
What about a tropical celebration? You don’t even have to go on vacation to warm countries! You can set the mood with this lampshade/palm tree creation. Or you can just put things like toy camels under some fir branches with ornaments.