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How to Make a Rubber Glove Christmas Tree

Published 23 July 15 11:53 AM

 May Your Summer be Merry & Bright!

Yes, we know it’s not Christmas quite yet, but we thought we’d spread some Christmas cheer anyway with our Christmas in July Weekend Sale! From July 24th through July 26th 11:59pm ET, all of our Christmas apparel is 50% off, including clearance styles!

On top of that, we’re continuing our Christmas in July 2015 sale on all holiday items! Through 7/31/15 11:59pm ET, buy one holiday item, get the second one 25% off. Search through our holiday ornaments, Christmas cards and more. What better way to shop ahead of time than with these low prices?

To show our holiday spirit, we’re sharing a fun alternative to the traditional Christmas tree – a rubber glove Christmas tree! Follow these rubber glove Christmas tree instructions and bring Christmas to your home, office or facility. 

  

How to Make a Rubber Glove Christmas Tree:

  1. Pick out a quality glove (latex will work better than vinyl for creating a larger shaped balloon).
  2. Blow the gloves up and tie off the ends like balloons.
  3. Create a base for the tree to stand on. You can attach a cardboard tube, making sure it’s facing upwards, to a cardboard box to make a base. Wrap the cardboard box in holiday paper if you’re feeling especially festive.
  4. Build the tree by taping the inflated gloves to the bottom of the cardboard tube and work your way up.
  5. After reaching the top, fill in any empty spaces with tissue paper or printer paper by crumpling it up and sticking it in the gaps.
  6. Decorate your tree with garland, lights or whatever you want to!

Now you have a rubber glove Christmas tree just waiting to spruce up your office! This holiday tree is sure to make any nurse or healthcare professional feel joyful and triumphant no matter what time of year it is!

For more Christmas in July ideas, take a look at our all holiday items. Also, don’t miss a chance to find Christmas apparel on sale. Christmas in July comes but once a year, so don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

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