The best and worst of Christmas trees... online
SOME of us take our Christmas trees very seriously, and it can get a little competitive.
Baubles, tinsel, lights and more - the decorative possibilities are endless when you're on a mission to create the perfect tree.
But the digital age welcomes some new competitors to the competition, and we thought it was time to vote for our favourite Christmas tree emojis.
Clearly the most realistic of the Christmas tree emojis, Apple exhibits a beautiful, slightly lop-sided pine replete with colourful baubles.
The detailed shading makes you feel like you could reach out and brush the needles.
Google is going for a classic Christmas with minimal effort.
A no-fuss tree that is pleasing to the eye, but wouldn't turn your head.
With red and yellow baubles and a star on top it has all the essentials, but nothing more.
What's with the black boarder, Microsoft!?
It looks like you've encased your colourful tree in a tomb of death and darkness.
Way to kill the Christmas vibe.
Probably the classiest tree in the digital forest. Samsung's pine could have a little more colour, but it certainly wins points for a classic, elegant design.
With a little texture and simple decorations, this is a tree that would make your grandmother proud.
LG, those baubles are way too big for your tree! If you're looking for a drooper, you're on the right track.
These guys mustn't have heard of the minimum working age, because it seems like a three-year-old has designed their tree.
It is a kind of cute though.
Christmas tree or apple tree? Too many red baubles makes it look like you went Christmas tree shopping in Stanthorpe.
We doubt anyone one has heard of Emokidex but if their tree is anything to go by they are trying hard to get noticed!
This tree has it all - stars, lights, baubles, stockings and even some funny little Christmas clouds.