Have yourself a merry little Christmas with the fashion forward tree-decorating tips from the White House.
What's hot this year? Why, 3-D printing, of course.
The White House held a holiday 3-D printing contest and received over 300 submissions. There were five winners, and each one will be showcased on a different tree in the White House.
Here are the five winners:
Library of Congress
Created by: Vicky Somma, Occoquan, Virginia
"The design for Vicky’s entry was inspired by one of her family’s favorite destinations in Washington, D.C. - the Reading Room in the Library of Congress' Jefferson Building."
Star of Bliss
Created By: Roy Eid, Houston, Texas
"Much like the way this ornament was created, through the mirroring and patterning of a simple line, the Star of Bliss signifies how a small act of kindness can transform and spread to create a wonderful, positive outcome."
Winter Wonderland of Innovation
Created by: David Moore and Brandy Badami, Livonia, Michigan
"Surrounding the White House in this ornament, are simple aspects of the holidays including a fully decorated tree, an imaginary sleigh that can take the First Family on evening strolls, a snowman and a sled."
Created by: Gil Rivera, Montclair, New Jersey
"This intricately designed ornament of interlocking snowflakes evokes the beauty that comes with frosty winters."
Presidents of Christmas Past and Present
Created By: Antar Gamble Hall, New York, New York
"The 44 stars featured around the ornament pay homage to the 44 presidents which have led this great nation."