Published at Wednesday, December 06th 2017. by roger in Christmas Season.
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.
Do a dry run. When your order arrives, take a few candles out of the box and put them in the Candle Clips or Pendulum Candle Holders. Hold the holders up as if they were on the tree. Does the candle fit snugly? If necessary, bend the tines at the base of the holder inward so they firmly grip the bottom of the candle. Youll get the hang of it. Your goal is to make sure the candle doesnt wobble or lean when it comes time to decorate the tree.
Now you have a pile of cards with colourful squares onto front. Add a greeting underneath, using a sticker, stamp or your own handwriting (or get the kids to do the writing, if they are able too) Note: Dont worry if you dont like your own handwriting - no one else will be as picky as you and it will add to the personal touch and charm of the cards.
To save on cost and time, you can start making your own even as early as June or July. By doing so, you avoid the stress of last minute shopping and cramming. Before you begin your task, you have to list the individuals you plan to give gifts. By doing so, you avoid forgetting someone. Other factors that you need to consider include: Budget - Assess how much money you can spare for the task. If you have numerous recipients and you need more money, you can always allocate a specific amount every payday.
Who says that Christmas is only for the rich and famous? They are wrong because even middle class and poor people can celebrate the event in their own simple way. Despite the limited finances you have, you can still share your blessings by giving small tokens and personalized gifts. You need not worry because the spirit of Christmas is not about how expensive your gift is but its the thought the counts most.
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.