The tradition of the Christmas tree originates with pagan worshippers who decorated their homes with green boughs during the winter solstice. They believed that the long nights occurred because the sun god was ill. Placi... More »

Christmas Day is always celebrated on December 25. In 2014, December 25 falls on a Thursday, and in 2015, it falls on a Friday. Christmas is a Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. More »

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A wrought iron Christmas tree is a decorative, artificial tree made of wrought iron, a malleable form of iron that is often used in furniture or decor. The tree is shaped like a real tree, complete with a trunk and decor... More »

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The tradition of the Christmas tree originated in Germany in the 16th century, when trees were brought into homes to be decorated. The first person to decorate the Christmas tree with lighted candles is believed to be Ma... More »

Evergreen plants have been important to people during the winter for millennia, but the Christmas tree tradition dates back to 16th century Germany when Christians would bring trees inside and decorate them. One traditio... More »

To make a Christmas tree, cut out various circles from sheets of green paper, fold them to create texture, then glue them onto a 12-inch wood skewer. For larger Christmas trees, use dowel rods instead of skewers, and cut... More »

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Decorate a Christmas tree by hanging the lights, adding the garland and putting on the ornaments. This process takes less than one hour. You need lights, garland and ornaments. More »

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