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The Umbrellas Xmas tree consists of concentric. downwards-facing umbrella canopies: largest on the bottom, a series of gradually smaller shells, and an itty-bitty one at the top.
Unfurl and open the brightly coloured domes with a single action, fold out the telescoping legs, then attach a power cord
to light up the trunk-embedded LED's modest light show.
The smaller models can be used as umbrellas, albeit with no guarantee of not going all 'Mary Poppins' in a light wind.
No or little relation to the artificial trees where the branches fold up... and yes I know it's odd it hasn't been baked yet. § x1
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||so not the grinch style tree but a fabric product?
||Turn it upside down and you could collect the needles when they fall off.
||maybe they should be patterned umbrellas, with images of
pine branches and ornament balls, and a gold garland edging.
that way it can be ready for santa in a snap!
this sounds cool, Bun for you.
||The outdoor version should be built into an silo, so that it can emerge from the ground and open with the press of a button. [+]