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Sisters Use Skill On Christmas By Decorating Trees For People Who Are Too Busy Or Don't Want To Do It.

Sisters Use Skill On Christmas By Decorating Trees For People Who Are Too Busy Or Don't Want To Do It.

These stylish mothers use their creative skills to earn on Christmas every year by decorating trees for people who are too busy or don't want to do it themselves.

Either a person loves decorating a Christmas tree or he does not. There is no in between.
If you belong in the latter group, then you may be interested in knowing about the services of sisters Veronika Gentile, 30, and her sister Giovanna Avati, 40 who are amazing Christmas tree decorators.

 

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Talking abut how the business started, mum-of-two Mrs Gentile said, "Four years ago I told my husband I wanted to deck out the house for Christmas. I started getting a lot of attention from friends, they loved my ornaments, and one of them even asked if I would set up their tree for them."

 

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At first, she agreed to do it free of charge, but with demand increasing, she and her sister started charging $26 AUD (£13.40) per hour, with most trees taking about two hours to put together.

 

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This year has been their biggest yet, with the pair completing eight trees and raking in $416 AUD (£215.16) before December had even started.
Mrs Gentile said it is people who just feel as though they don't have time and would rather leave the sisters with the decorations, to let them work their magic.
The siblings further plan on expanding their business across Melbourne and hope to set up a Facebook page on which people will be able to place orders.

 

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"It's all about positioning. For my own tree I place my ornament, stand back and figure out if it works in that space. I do the same thing for other people. Go with what you love. If you want to go out there with a bright orange tree with green ornaments, do it. You're the one that will have to look at it every day. We always take some string ribbon to help the ornaments sit nicely. When we put a star on a tree, we use a small wooden or metal bar to make it stay up on the top," she added.

 

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