A woman, known as @Mymoderndecor on TikTok, is racking up millions of views on her "genius" Christmas hacks.
The content creator, known as Liz, has revealed her method to ensure your Christmas tree is Instagram-worthy in just a few easy steps.
Every person designs and decorates their Christmas tree in their own way. However, no matter how much we spend on Christmas decorations and how carefully we position each bauble, sometimes it just lacks the perfection of the trees we see in the shop windows.
That could be because we've been doing it all wrong. @Mymoderndecor shared her amazing trick on TikTok, suggesting that there's a better way than putting them on one at a time.
In the video Liz shows her viewers how she’s threading three baubles together and using the decorations to fill in any gaps in her pristine tree.
"Add three ornaments on a cable tie. Tighten the cable tie and cut off excess. Attach an ornament hanger. This will give the tree a fuller look," says Liz.
Following several viewers who begged Liz to reveal the final results of the fully decorated Christmas tree, she shared a follow up video showcasing a tree straight from a Christmas movie. A beautiful perfectly decorated tree with trios of baubles, white ribbon, and lights.
Not only did Liz show that she is a Christmas tree fanatic, but also left people feeling jealous, as one commented; "Oh I love this idea! Thank you... now to go redecorate my tree LOL," while another added, "Thank god I saw this before I go decoration shopping tomorrow."
Another viewer also commented with a little hack of his own, saying; "Pipe cleaners work the best, then tie them to the tree. Especially with kids and pets. They don't fall off!"
Liz also share several interesting videos on wrapping hacks, where she includes how to cut and fold paper for those tricky gifts.
The ex-retail worker has also revealed the golden rule she learned while decorating artificial Christmas trees which go on display in the shop window. The first thing is when it comes to arranging the branches of the tree, it is key to work from the inside out. She explained that; "One thing I learned working in retail, put your Christmas tree branches two out, one up, two out, one up. It'll make your tree look bigger and fuller."