Yesterday we announced the 12 Days of Christmas series with Handmade Charlotte and Balsam Hill. Today we’re spreading the joy of decorating with a massive giveaway of the greatest holiday essentials. We will introduce a new prize with every post over the next two weeks. We are starting things off right with one of our favorite Balsam Hill products — our BH Noble Fir Flip Tree™!
When it comes to Christmas, I’m all about getting things up quick and then spending the rest of the season soaking up the merriment with my family. The Flip Tree™ is my every Christmas wish come true. All you have to do is flip it! Yes, I mean literally flip. It’s the world’s most innovative Christmas Tree and it’s only available at Balsam Hill.
The Flip Tree™ is an easy-to-assemble, pre-lit wonder that Christmas lovers everywhere are raving about. No more heavy lifting to assemble the sections. With the Flip Tree, all you have to do is roll it out of the closet, flip the base, put on the top, and voila – it’s up and ready for decorations! With the quick assembly, my kids and I spent the rest of the afternoon decorating our beautiful new tree free of stress.
With tiny squirrels and giant acorns, the Woodland Ornament Set incorporates elements of the countryside surrounding our farmhouse into our holiday decor and complements the hyper-realistic BH Noble Fir™ perfectly.
The German Nutcracker Soldier quickly became a family favorite, positioned near the tree to keep watch over the presents night and day.
Balsam Hill’s reputation for providing families all over the world with the most realistic trees and heirloom quality decor is unmatched. Look below to see how you can win a BH Noble Fir Flip Tree™ of your very own!
Is this giveaway open to everyone?
Yes, this is open to everyone!
Going to Christmas eve mass and there was a live nativity play, I was 6 years old and it was amazing, that’s when Christmas eve mass was at midnight..our church has been doing 2 masses Christmas eve the children’s mass which is at 8:00pm and one at midnight…my children don’t remember going to Midnight mass because they were very little when the church changed it.
What a beautiful tree! Not to mention a lovely way to reduce the effort and time required to set up epic Christmas decor!
I remember the first Christmas tree we had. I was maybe 2 years old and still to this day I remember the shiny ornaments that were on it. My dad also bought me and my brother a pedal fire engine, I loved riding on the back of that thing!
Favorite Christmas memory is finding a sled under the tree!
Finding wet bootprints leading from our fireplace to our Christmas tree. It was magical!
When my children were small are some of my most favorite Christmas Memories. I loved wrapping their presents, tucking them in reminding them Santa would be here soon, then waiting till they were fast asleep and placing the gifts under the tree, filling their stockings…. those were the days.
I have great memories of decorating our tree with my Mom, Dad & brothers. I also remember waking up one Christmas morning & we saw the snow falling outside through our bedroom window!
Also, I have fond memories of the year Santa brought my brother & I drumsets!!
Thank you for the chance to win this awesome tree! I love everything on your website lol
All my Christmases are filled with precious memories, but if just one the first when all my kids had returned from either Iraq or college to spend Christmas together after a few all apart
I visited your site and fell in love with your tress especially the flip tree it was great.Love looking at them just wish I could afford them because they are so beautiful.Keep up with the great job. May you have a MERRY CHRISTMAS,
When I couldn’t sleep because I was excited, I found my mom and dad filing my stockings, I asked them about it and they said they were helping Santa this year because he had the flu
I’ve never seen anything like this tree. True ingenuity!! Absolutely awesome !! Such a time saver,and absolutely beautifully decorated!
Hope I can win this tree!
Some of my favorite memories are waking up my parents before opening up my presents. We never opened presents until everyone was up.
One of my favorite memories was at Christmas dinner and my older brothers were trying to make me laugh. I was laughing so hard I spit my milk all over one of my brothers’s girlfriend (who was wearing the Christmas sweater my brother had just giving her).
My grandpaw would always read me a christmas story.I miss him.
My Grandmother actually baking cookies while my Grandfather sat in front of a fireplace smoking a cigar.
By far, my favorite Christmas memories were spent in the Rocky Mountains! Being from Texas, there is nothing more magical than evergreen pines, snow & a mountain backdrop for Christmas Morning!
I loved spending Xmas with parents and siblings. Miss us being all together.
My son`s first Christmas, he was about 2 weeks old.
I love to watch my daughter enjoying the Christmas lights. Every year we drive around town to enjoy all the neighbor’s decorations.
My daughter is severely disabled and the thing she enjoys most is the Christmas lights. This year our tree is finished. None of the lights work. It would be great to win one of your trees to replace the one we had which was no where as beautiful as yours. This would be such a wonderful gift to her.
My favorite christmas memories – was the Christmas my dad caught a flight from his tour during Vietnam war and surprised us for Christmas. It didn’t matter the gifts – we were all together again!
Elegant yet welcoming. Too “rich” for our rough abode, butbeautiful al the same.
My fondest Christmas Memories are my Dad taking us to look at Christmas display downtown as a kid I looked forward to it every year. Christmas was magical with my Dad!
You make Christmas magical!
I love transforming the house at Christmas time!!
We go to midnight Mass Christmas Eve..go out to eat and then gather to open gifts..Christmas Day is left just for celebrating with family 🙂
A fond Christmas memory is getting together with family the weekend after Thanksgiving and making every cookie imaginable. We always have a great time.
The first time my little girl seen Christmas lights and first time she opened her gifts.
baking with my grandmother and mom having to stand on a chair and getting flour all over me. the family christmas football game every year and making ornaments for the tress and garland for the house
baking cookies with my grandmother on a chair and making homemade ornaments with the kids
My first Christmas as a Mother, after adopting my 3 month old son.
Favorite Christmas memory is when i got to go live with my grandma ,
Favorite memories: making ornaments, watching Christmas specials on TV, driving around the city at night to view the lights/decorations.