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Baby’s First Christmas Wreath

  • November 8, 2016

A Baby's First Christmas Wreath can be used in several different locations.Hospital Door Nursery Door Front Entry Door Over the Crib, or elsewhere in the nursery These wreaths are lovely gifts and can be adorned with many useful presents, making it a gift that is both beautiful and practical. Here are a few steps on how to create yours.    Make it as easy as possible for new parents.Choose colors that are in keeping with the nursery theme, so that it may be used again. If it's for an outside door, match the existing decorations. Add 1 or 2 command hooks for easy installing. New parents...

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Baby’s First Christmas Tree

  • November 7, 2016

The perfect accent to a nursery is a 'Baby's First Christmas Tree. The past few years has shown us great tree ideas to celebrate our littlest elves.  Nursery trees are a great way to commemorate their first precious year, whether you are creating it for your very own little one or giving one away as a gift, you'll see that it's super simple to create this sweet giftt. Follow the steps below to make a great Baby's first Christmas tree.Picking a Tree: Make sure you have seen the nursery prior to picking out a tree or ask the new parents what color would best suit the room. You can choose to be in keeping...

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Another 12 Days of Christmas Spoof

  • November 16, 2011

Twelve Days of Christmas  (ITALIANO VARIATION) On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, A bowl full of parmesean cheese. On the 2nd day of Christmas my true love gave to me, Two garlic cloves, and a bowl full of parmesean cheese On the 3rd day of Christmas my true love gave to me, three Pizza Pies, two garlic cloves, and a bowl full of parmesean cheese. On the 4th day of Christmas my true love gave to me, Four meatballs, three Pizza Pies, Two garlic cloves, and a bowl full of parmesean cheese. On the 5th day of Christmas my true love gave to me, Five pasta fazool !!!! Four...

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Just for fun – 12 Days of Christmas Spoofs

  • November 15, 2011

Please scroll below to turn off music so that you can hear the video. http://youtu.be/7auyJp5oC18 A silly spoof song that I like is The 12 Days of Guido Christmas by the How-ya-doin' guys. On the first day of Christmas my paisan gave to me, A ride in his IROC-Z. On the second day of Christmas my paisan gave to me, Two guinea tees, And a ride in his IROC-Z. On the third day of Christmas my paisan gave to me, All tree Godfadda's, Two guinea tees, And a ride in his IROC-Z. On the fourth day of Christmas my paisan gave to me, Four fresh cannolis, All tree Godfadda's, Two guinea tees, And...

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12 Days of Christmas Lyrics

  • November 14, 2011

The Twelve Days of Christmas song lyrics: On the first day of Christmas, My true love sent to me A partridge in a pear tree. On the second day of Christmas, My true love sent to me Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree. On the third day of Christmas, My true love sent to me Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree. On the fourth day of Christmas, My true love sent to me Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree. On the fifth day of Christmas, My true love sent to me Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three...

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DWF Christmas Lights on How to Light a Christmas Tree: Part 2 techniques

  • October 12, 2011

by Maria Bargellini  If  you read part one of this post you should have a good idea of any considerations that have to be made prior to picking a technique. If you haven't read part one of "How to light a Christmas tree" click here.  The Scallop Wrap This is the most common or "old fashion" way of stringing lights on a Christmas tree. The lights are scalloped on the tree in the same way most people put garland on. Part your tree in 3-4 evenly spaced sections, ie every 2 feet on a 6 foot tree. Use the branches to hang lights and let them hang in between. Make sure that your wraps are not too tight...

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Dallas Christmas Lights: Tips–GFCI

  • November 15, 2010

By Maria Bargellini, of DFW Christmas Lights I have been an electrician for over a dozen years and the thing most home owners have issues with are their outdoor GFCI outlets. GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter, in the business we say GFI for short. Those fancy letters are just a way of saying cut off device. If you overload your circuit, get a surge or short from weather, the ground fault in the device will trip, much like a breaker, and shut off the power to your device. It does so as to not  allow the surge to return to your breaker. It's meant to protect the breaker and or electrical...

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Christmas Ideas: Decorating your tree

  • November 12, 2010

By Maria Bargellini of DFW Christmas Lights Looking for a beautiful, hassle-free lighting display this holiday season? Here's a few tips to help you out. Decorating Your Christmas Tree The most recognizable symbol of the holiday season is the family tree. Whether you call it a Christmas tree or a Holiday tree, decorating  it can be a challenge. Keeping that in mind, we suggests 3 simple tips to make your tree more beautiful―and your decorating easier―than it has ever been. Tip #1: Keep replacements on hand Some of us like to change it up every few years by simply switching things like the lighting....

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Christmas ideas: Lighted Trees

  • November 3, 2010

By Maria Bargellini of DFW Christmas Lights So you have a great tree in the front and you want to light it this Christmas but you haven't a clue as to what it cost or how to do it--No worries. This short article will help you figure out if your tree is a good canidate for lights, different lighting techniques and other details you 'll find interesting. Large Lit Trees Live Oaks, Red/White Oaks, Cedars, and many more types make for great lighted trees. These trees are usually around 15-20 feet tall and 12-20" in diameter. They often have a large trunk,  low lying branches and enough electricity...

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Holiday Lighting maintenance: Bulb Replacement

  • October 17, 2010

Unfortunately Holiday Lighting comes with a bit of maintenance. There's bulbs, fuses and sometimes even wires to be replaced. If you have light sets from different manufactures it's important that you keep the extras that come in the packaging labeled so that you don't mix the bulbs as they do not all burn at the same amperage and are not to be used with other sets. Say you have a set that uses .01amp bulbs and you replace it with a .3 amp bulb. This will cause your set to eventually malfunction. How to Replacement a Bulb Hold the plug and remove it from the receptacle or other outlet device....

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