“I have a great Christmas tree!
But the one you asked for, we can’t get it in time for Christmas.
We’re looking for a new one!” says Kaitlyn.
“So, we found this tree from Craigslist.
And then, it took us almost two months to get it out of our garage.
And we got it in, but we couldn’t get the tree in the window.”
It turns out, the tree was too big.
The tree’s roots had grown too deep.
So, the team of two went to a local nursery and planted the tree and cut down the tree’s branches.
“It’s so much easier than it looks,” Kaitlin says.
“You’re just like, ‘Hey, let’s go back to the nursery and plant the tree, and then we’ll plant it in the backyard.'”
It’s a simple DIY Christmas Tree DIY tree that’s as simple as it gets.
The DIY tree is made up of an old wood box with a hole drilled through it.
Then, the roots are planted into the box and the tree is planted in the middle.
The team of three kids is able to plant the trunk of the tree into the hole and then put the tree back in the box.
The kids then use the wood box as a makeshift tree stump.
They then cut the trunk in half and plant it into the other half of the box, which they then place in the tree stump to hold it up.
“We’ll go out, get the tools, and just get the trunk up,” Kaillyn says.
Then they cut down a tree stump and put it in.
And now, they can plant the trees in the house, where the kids can enjoy them as they’re being grown.
Kaitlins mom has to deal with having to keep the house in order and has been keeping it tidy for all of her three kids.
“I’m trying to keep it clean,” she says.
The boys have to use the tree to hang things and it has a hole in the top for hanging clothes.
“But I’m also using it to put things in,” Kaellyn says, “and that makes it a really good place to store things.”
The team even uses it as a place to put gifts, like a Christmas tree ornaments or a toy ornament, so it can be easily put in the car, on the bed, or in the garage.
So it’s not just a DIY tree for Kaitlynn, but it’s also a great way to keep things organized and safe when you’re out and about.
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Check out Kait and Kaellin’s DIY Christmas Ornament photo gallery for more fun and festive holiday decor ideas.