Carrie Underwood loves decorating her home for the holidays, but she isn't about to go trudging through the woods for the perfect tree. Instead, the singer-songwriter says she and her husband, hockey player Mike Fisher, prefer to get their tree out of a box.

"I don't think there's any kind of tree that's not a pain in the rear to get in and get out and decorate and whatever, but they're pretty," Underwood explains to ABC News Radio.

But don't call the 'Something in the Water' singer a Grinch just yet. While she doesn't need the smell of fresh pine to get her in the Christmas spirit, she does plenty around her expansive home to celebrate the season.

"[I have] big candle pieces and things like that," she explains. "Little ceramic Santa things. Pillows. I have lots of pillows that say stuff on 'em. Reindeer-type things. Big, wooden reindeer."

While next year Underwood will have a little boy to buy presents for, she already buys gifts for her two dogs, Ace and Penny.

"They need stockings, too," she insists. "It's their Christmas, too."

Underwood helped fans get in the Christmas spirit earlier this month with a duet with Michael W. Smith, 'All is Well,' at the CMA Country Christmas. Watch their performance here.

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