Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017. by roger in Christmas Season.
Even with these precautions, some people keep a bucket of water nearby just in case. You can consider doing this for peace of mind. Avoid drafts. Keep an eye on the tree if someone opens a door or window or if you make a fire in the fireplace. A sudden gust could pull the flame on the candles in one direction or another, or it could cause them to flame up or burn faster. Enjoy your candle-powered Christmas tree -- And treat it with respect.
Just about everyone loves candy, especially kids. And anyone who loves candy will really love home made candy. Because home made candy is made with love, and is special. Anyone can head down to the candy shop and grab some candy, get it wrapped and in 5 minutes youve got a gift all worked out.
If the photos are for your relatives, you can also choose some of your family photos as gift, which will be valuable for the receivers. Photo frames If you have already chosen the photos, why not make homemade photo frames for them? It is easy to make a photo frame with used cardboard, colored papers and color pens. You can search some photo frame shapes on internet as reference. Cut the cardboard into that shape and glue the color paper on it, the creative drawings or innovative Christmas wishes on the paper will be the shining point for the photo.
Indoor and outdoor Christmas decorations can also add elegance and holiday cheer to your home. From outdoor lights and simple lawn decorations to indoor small decor pieces, you can easily update your Christmas decorations with a few new pieces. Choose places in your home to add a holiday splash, like bookshelves, coffee tables, dressers, end tables and shelves. Small decorations to adorn these places include holiday candles, nutcracker statues, holiday figurines, nativity sets and garlands. You can also get some great holiday throw pillows for a couch or chairs.
Adjust it when the holder and candle are in place on the tree to make sure the candle is perfectly vertical. For Pendulum Holders, loop the stem over a branch that is heavy enough to hold the weight and be sure there is enough room below for the counterweight at the end of the stem to freely dangle.
Look at the candles and holders once they are on the tree - Make sure you have positioned the candles so they are 100% clear of anything that could catch fire. This includes another limb, other candles, garlands, tinsel or nearby Christmas ornaments. Pay special attention to higher branches. Are they hanging over the candle in such a way that they could catch fire when the candle is lit? If so, you must move the candle.