An Australian mum has left the internet in stitches after sharing an image of her

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An Australian mum has left the internet best university in indonesia stitches after sharing an image of her Christmas tree ‘fail’ with thousands.

Tracey, from Brisbane, posted a photo to the Kmart Inspired Homes Facebook group and said she misplaced the top of the tree while moving houses, but her young son was still eager to decorate the tree.

The end result looked quite unattractive and short, but others online thought differently and said it was ‘perfect’.

To describe the situation, Tracey outlined a humorous step-by-step guide regarding how to replicate the unconventional tree.

‘I have had many people ask for a tutorial video how to do your tree like this but I think a PDF step-by-step instructions guide will be sufficient…

however I don’t have time for that so here you go,’ Tracey joked.

Tracey said she misplaced the top of the tree while moving houses, but her young son was still eager to decorate the tree. The end result looked quite unattractive and short (pictured)

Tracey said she misplaced the top of the tree while moving houses, but her young son was still eager to decorate the tree. The end result looked quite unattractive and short (pictured)

Tracey said she misplaced the top of the tree while moving houses, but her young son was still eager to decorate the tree. The end result looked quite unattractive and short (pictured) 

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