If you have been using the same Christmas tinsel year after year, why not go all out this year and treat yourself to some new? The choices for tinsel for the tree are huge. There are chunky, thin, plain colours and mixed colours, in every colour imaginable. You might also want to consider beaded chains, known also as bead garland. This type of decoration can be used on the tree with tinsel or without and adds a touch of class to any Christmas tree. It can also be used for other types of decoration, for instance hung around mirrors or across walls in a decorative fashion.

The traditional 5m chunky tinsel is a firm favourite and fills out the spaces on any tree perfectly as it sparkles and glistens under the lights. Tuck this tinsel towards the inner of the tree and have lights on the outside and it will shimmer and shine beautifully. If you put this type of tinsel on the outside tips of the branches it could hide your Christmas tree baubles and other ornaments, so try tucking it towards the inner. There is a colour to match all trees, silver, red and gold, gold or purple.

Beaded chains can look great when placed over the branches of the Christmas tree. They can be pulled fairly taunt and draped around the tree, or placed loosely with loops dropping down between the branches. They give a stylish to look to any tree alongside baubles and with or without tinsel. The beads also look great placed around the edges of mirrors and pinned on walls or ceilings with loops dropping down.

If you have been using the same Christmas tinsel year after year, why not go all out this year and treat yourself to some new? The choices for tinsel for the tree are huge. There are chunky, thin, plain colours and mixed colours, in every colour imaginable. You might also want to consider beaded chains, known also as bead garland. This type of decoration can be used on the tree with tinsel or without and adds a touch of class to any Christmas tree. It can also be used for other types of decoration, for instance hung around mirrors or across walls in a decorative fashion.

The traditional 5m chunky tinsel is a firm favourite and fills out the spaces on any tree perfectly as it sparkles and glistens under the lights. Tuck this tinsel towards the inner of the tree and have lights on the outside and it will shimmer and shine beautifully. If you put this type of tinsel on the outside tips of the branches it could hide your Christmas tree baubles and other ornaments, so try tucking it towards the inner. There is a colour to match all trees, silver, red and gold, gold or purple.

Beaded chains can look great when placed over the branches of the Christmas tree. They can be pulled fairly taunt and draped around the tree, or placed loosely with loops dropping down between the branches. They give a stylish to look to any tree alongside baubles and with or without tinsel. The beads also look great placed around the edges of mirrors and pinned on walls or ceilings with loops dropping down.

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