Everyone is waiting to decorate their home especially when it is a Christmas time. For this matter, all are having their own plan for home and for their individual rooms. There are some must do and useful tips and tricks which add decorative values. Let’s see these further.
How do you decorate your room for Christmas?
Method 1 Adding Trees, Lights, and garlands
How to decorate your Christmas tree? Follow our three easy steps for decorating a Christmas tree.
Step 1: Hang Christmas Tree Lights. The first step in how to decorate a Christmas tree is adding the lights. …
Step 2: Add Christmas Tree Garland. …
Step 3: Hang Christmas Tree Ornaments
Safety tips for Christmas decoration
Christmas tome means holiday, fun, excitement, freedom etc…We get the chance to experience all happiness form all corners. We need to make sure that in our excitement we have to be very careful and take the precautions as far as decoration is concerned, it is better to secure our properties by keeping in mind below mentioned safety tips
1. Keep live trees away from heat sources. Place your tree away from fireplaces and heaters, and keep a fire extinguisher near your tree. Live trees are highly flammable, due to needles and sap.
2. Hydrate your tree. A dried-out tree can catch fire faster than one that has been properly watered. Check the water level every other day to ensure proper hydration. Starting with a green tree is one way to keep it from drying out so quickly.
3. Fake it! If you buy an artificial tree, make sure it’s labelled “fire resistant.” Fire-resistant trees are less susceptible to catching fire.
4. Don’t burn wrapping paper in the fireplace. Paper can catch fire very quickly and can cause flash fires. Instead, recycle (or better yet, reuse!) your wrapping paper.
5. Work as a team. When stringing lights and decorations above your normal reach, make sure you use a proper ladder with someone supporting the base.
6. Double-check your lights for safety. Replace any lights with frayed wires, broken sockets, and loose connections. The CPSC issued new guidelines for seasonal light safety in 2015, setting a minimum wire size, and standards for strain relief and over-current protection.
7. Power down before you turn in. Turn off all lights when you go to bed and before leaving the house to avoid a short that could start an electrical fire.
8. Prevent electrical cord damage. Don’t mount lights in a way that might damage the cords, and avoid using nails or tacks. Use hooks or insulated staples instead.
9. Secure candles. Keep candles on a sturdy base to prevent tipping. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
10. Use unbreakable ornaments. If you have a fragile ornament, place them out of reach from pets and kids.
11. Skip the fake food. Avoid decorations that look like candy or food if you have young children — or pets — in the house.
12. Beware of poisonous plants. While festive, poinsettias are poisonous when eaten, so keep them out of reach of kids and pets.
Lastly, Use best of your ideas, creativity and enjoy to the maximum by inviting guests and celebrate the moment with delicious food will dear ones.
Have a safe and satisfactory Christmas.