Published at Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by roger in Christmas Season, with total 57 imageries.
Are all the candles secure and vertical? Are they well out of range of anything that could catch fire? Replace the candles as needed during the holidays. Use common sense and dont take risks. Never leave the room when the candles are lit - even for a minute. Christmas Tree Candles are not a 24/7 decoration so its best to light them periodically through the holidays when you know you will be on hand to enjoy them and you plan to stay. This might be a party, a family evening around the tree, or Christmas morning when you open presents.
Make sure it is in a positioned where nothing is above the flame could catch. Start by lighting the highest candles first and then work your way downward. When youre ready for the special moment, take your time and dont rush. Dont try to light as many candles as possible with one match. If your match is getting near the end, blow it out and light the next few candles with a new match. Step back and take stock again when all the candles are lit.
Set the kids up with their artwork and old cards and get them to cut their work down to a size that will fit neatly onto your card. If you are using a standard card size of 148mm x 105mm (A4 cut in half, then folded in half) a square of 90mmx90mm will fit nicely. Accuracy isnt important; it will add to the overall charm of the cards. Get a pile of these and keep the leftover pieces too - they can be used to create a collage.