First At-Home Christmas

Joan Steffend and crew join forces to give a deserving a family a holiday house makeover for their first Christmas in a new home.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe Victorian children’s carnival holiday makeover starts by building a giant jack-in-the-box to hold the Christmas tree.
The plywood box is painted jewel tone colors and decoupauged with vintage Christmas pictures and glitter. The jack-in-the-box comes to life when a spinning, motorized turning-key is attached to the side of the box. Anderson used the motor from a disco ball to power the key. The tree stand is put inside the box and then the 10-foot tiered tree is inserted.
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