A woman uses a brilliant balloon hack to decorate her Christmas tree, and it looks fantastic.
Ninoshka, a mother of one, has gone popular on TikTok after showing off her balloon-decorated tree in a video that has been viewed over 2 million times. The decorating hack was a hit with the public. As December approaches, many people are getting ready to set up their Christmas trees.
But what if we told you that there are folks out there who decorate their Christmas trees with balloons?
It may surprise you to learn that they are.
Ninoshka, a mother of one, has gone popular on TikTok after showing off her balloon-decorated tree in a video that has been viewed over 2 million times.
Thousands of people have commended the mother, who goes by the TikTok name @Ninoshka. .xo, for her creative decorating abilities.
Ninoshka, a native of the United States, is seen in the video putting half-inflated balloons in the tree.
In a separate video, she presented the entire astonishing result.
The black, gold, and white color scheme on the tree is stunning.
Ninoshka decorated the tree with ribbons, baubles, lights, and balloons, resulting in a magnificent design.
Rather than using tinsel or tree filler branches, the mother used balloons to make the tree look fuller and fill in any empty places.
Many users applauded the mother for her ingenious hack and stated that they would try it out for themselves.
Someone exclaimed: “Are you joking?! I’m off to Party City right now! They’re not open tomorrow, oh no! Thank you very much!” “Not only is it a brilliant idea, but it also looks gorgeous, kudos!” said another. Others asked Ninoshka if the balloons stayed up long enough, to which she replied that they usually last two to three weeks before needing to be replaced.
Some users also inquired about the safety of using fairy lights on the tree, to which Ninoshka responded that she uses LED lights and has had no problems, but advised users to keep an eye on the tree if the lights are on.
Last week, another woman made news when she showed off her’magic’ Christmas tree, which changes color as she claps.
These ladies have piqued our interest in putting up our decorations even more!
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