Friday, January 05, 2007
Like it was a big secret. All I did was google "upside down Christmas tree".
Artificial upside down Christmas trees were first used by retailers in order to better display ornaments, and place more gifts underneath the trees. When customers became interested in purchasing the trees, they were sold to retailers for resale. Their popularity is due in large part to their unconventional appearance, the way Christmas ornaments are more prominantly displayed, and for the space that is created for gifts and other Christmas decorations.
Want one? It'll set you back $600.
Kitty resting at the hideaway. She is one furry beast!