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The CMI Upside Down Christmas Tree Turns the Holiday on its Head

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: amazon and 7gadgets
Christmastime can be so crazy for some families that they may find, by boxing day, their decorated pine is as askew is the rest of the house. Outlandishly, the CMI Upside Down Christmas Tree actually starts out tipped onto its apex, standing tall and proud with boughs that gradually spread as it flares skyward.

The unconventional X-mas ornament is in every way like the typically grand holiday garnish, except where it concerns its orientation in space. Sold with a sturdy tripod for a base, the Tannenbaum is installed so that it tapers downwards, leaving nowhere to attach the golden star. Fit still for the fixing of garlands, twinkling lights and dangling Christmas decorations, the CMI Upside Down Christmas Tree effectively symbolizes the way that the original Christian tradition has been jumbled by contemporary culture.