LOVI SPRUCE 30CM WITH MINIBAUBLES
Lovi Spruce 30cm with Minibaubles is the creator of Christmas mood, suitable for any home. Hang the small red baubles included with the package on the branches of the spruce. After the festive season, use Lovi Minibirds to replace the baubles to create a spring atmosphere.
Lovi Spruce 30cm with Minibaubles is our most popular table-sized spruce tree. It is easy to add to your home decor and fits nicely in a variety of styles. The small Christmas tree is easy to assemble and disassemble if necessary when the season is over.
Assemble on a bookshelf, windowsill or hallway table to receive guests. All you need is a happy mind and a little moment of your time to assemble the Spruce. There are 16 parts for the tree, and no tools or glue are needed. Each Minibauble consist of three parts and short metal wires are included to hang them on the tree.
Also, bring joy to a friend and send as a Christmas greeting just in time. A stylish, ecological gift is always a happy surprise.Show moreShow less
Package size / weight:
- 34 x 29 x 1cm / 350g (13⅜ x 11⅜ x ⅜in / 12oz)
Color: natural wood with bright red minibaubles
Material: Eco-friendly Finnish birch plywood, short metal wires included for hanging the minibaubles.
The minibaubles are hand painted with water based, non-toxic toy paint. Natural wood material is seen through the thin paint layer.
Made in Finland. Plastic free. Easy to send, flat package. Illustrated instructions inside the package. Patented. Design: Anne Paso
Finland and Europe:
- From 6,90€
- Free Shipping for orders over 50€
Deliveries to the UK temporarily not possible.
Rest of the World
- 19,90€ or 24,90€
- Free Shipping for orders over 100€ and 150€
Please note that shipping fees do not cover your customs importing costs for orders outside the EU.
See detailed information here.
DID YOU KNOW
Long before Christmas was as we know it today, people in the northern hemisphere celebrated the winter solstice. This is the day when sunlight is at its shortest and the night at its longest. In those days, the sun was believed to be a God and winter was a result of the sun becoming sick and weak. The winter solstice was celebrated as a sign of the re-establishment of the sun God. Evergreen branches were brought into homes to remind us of a time when the sun makes the plants grow and the summer come back. These branches can be seen as an example of the Christmas tree tradition.