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Tuesday 12th November 2019

Festive fans are going crazy for new Sunflower Christmas Tree trend

And it's certainly bringing the sunshine!

If you're as excited as us about the festive season fast approaching, then you'll be loving all the latest product launches and Christmas trend news.

And, while we can't get enough of Costa's Christmas range or the Baileys Christmas crackers, one new idea has got us very excited.

All hail the sunflower Christmas tree – the hottest new trend when it comes to decking the halls.

Baubles and tinsel are a thing of the past because now, once you've put up your tree and added a twinkling of fairy lights, you'll be reaching for the cheerful summer blooms as decorations.

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Given the time of year you'll have to use artificial sunflowers, but that just means we can help save the planet and re-use them year after year.

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Like most things, the sunflower Christmas tree trend started out in the States, but seeing as you can buy artificial sunflowers pretty easily on UK shores, we predict it'll be coming to a house near you soon!

How fab is this tree? I absolutely love love LOVE it!

"How cute!" one sunflower Christmas tree fan said.

The idea is no doubt inspired by the blooming lovely sunflower fields of summer (Credit: Pexels)

"OMG I want it," said another.

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"How fab is this tree? I absolutely love love LOVE it," another fan said.

"OMG what a cute idea," another commented.

If we're being entirely honest, we're surprised that Christmas fan Jodie Marsh didn't go for the trend.

That cheeky model turned festive elf has already decorated eight Christmas trees at her home. Holidays are most definitely coming!

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