Christmas Tree Plays Music And Creates Its Own Snow
Make your own white Christmas—indoors!
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Many people can only ever dream of a white Christmas. Whether Mother Nature simply won’t cooperate on Christmas Day or the climate doesn’t allow for snow, the reality is that many of us will have a holiday that doesn’t include snowflakes gently swirling about the air.
Now, however, thanks to technology, you can bring that snowy holiday vibe indoors with a Christmas tree that makes its own snow and plays Christmas music.
The trees in the Fraser Hill Farm Let It Snow collection seem to set the perfect mood for Christmas. These trees are infused with some serious holiday magic that has us wondering if Santa Claus himself left a touch of the North Pole on them.
The festive decorations are available at Home Depot, where the description states that the trees generate “a flurry of self-containing, faux-snow that trickles down each branch and creates a snowy scene.”
Think of it like a snow globe without the glass around it. The tree sits in an included base that holds the artificial snow and keeps it contained. The flurries are blown through the center of the tree, flutter down to the base, and then get recycled for another round of snowfall. The speed for the snowfall is adjustable from a dial on the tree base.
In addition to producing snow flurries, each tree comes with a speaker inside the base that will pump out 25 popular Christmas songs such as “Deck the Halls,” “Jingle Bells” and many more.
And if music and snow with your tree aren’t enough, the Fraser Farm Let It Snow trees also come pre-lit with LED lights, a small collection of Christmas ornaments and a tree topper.
Home Depot currently offers several of the Fraser Hill Farms Let It Snow trees, including a 29-inch green tree with a red base ($113.33), a 55-inch green tree with a red base ($180), a 67-inch tree with a green base ($195.91) and a 75-inch black tree with a black and white base ($204.97).
You can also find these trees on the Fraser Hill Farms website, along with more product images, like this slightly more up-close photo of the snowfall on the 29-inch tree.
Other retailers offer the snowing, musical trees, too, including Lowe’s, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond and Wayfair. At the moment, though, the best prices might be found on Amazon, where the 29-inch tree goes for $69.99, the 55-inch tree is $119.99 and the 75-inch black tree is $129.99.
With these trees, you can celebrate a white Christmas whenever you feel like it from the warmth of your own home.
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.