FLOCKED CHRISTMAS TREE - 5 YEARS LATER 

If you've been thinking about flocking your Christmas tree but wondering if it will hold up, I'm here to share how mine has fared 5 years later!

HOW MESSY IS FLOCKING A CHRISTMAS TREE

HOW MESSY IS FLOCKING A CHRISTMAS TREE

The process of flocking a tree is quite messy. It's best to flock it in a basement or garage where a bit of mess isn’t such a problem. It will get messy when you move it into the house, so get the vacuum ready!

HAS YOUR FLOCKED TREE HELD UP AFTER 5 YEARS? The tree will lose some of the flocking each year when you move it. We are able to store our tree in our basement without disassembling it which has reduced that. We still lost 1/4 to 1/3 of the flocking I originally added.

CAN YOU ADD MORE FLOCKING POWDER? Yes! The good news is you can easily add more flocking powder. Adding extra flocking probably took 30 – 45 minutes. And, I still have about 1/4 of the 5 lb box left.

This time I added more flocking powder.  I wanted it to look even snowier. Plus I knew some of the snow was going to fall off.

This time I got a tip from the sellers of the flock to add a little white school glue to my water to help it stick better. So I tried that. Now let's see the tree 5 years later...

I'm happy to say it still looks gorgeous after 5 years! I used the exact same Sno-Flock every time. I’m a firm believer in sticking with what works.

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