Another perfect combination for those who don’t have a lot of room to spare is the In-Sink Dishwasher from KitchenAid. It’s the only one like it on the market! The racks are removable so you can still use the sink and it comes with a cutting board on top for even more space saving.
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Go to Earth 911, type in “Christmas tree,” and then enter your ZIP code to find one of the 4,000 recycling programs around the U.S. Many communities have curbside pick-up for trees after Christmas, while other towns have drop-off locations.
- Choose the wrapping paper that you feel best suits the gift. Begin to measure out your wrapping paper ,run it across the entirety of the gift to see if you have enough paper. Once that is done, give yourself about an inch to an inch and a half of more paper added on.
- Take the edges of the paper and bring them above the gift, and together fold the extra inches down under in order to give you smoother edges. Once the sides are folded down, add tape to hold in place.
- With the edges, take one side at a time much like you would with folding the wings into a paper airplane, you want to do the same for the sides. The tip of the folded triangle should then be folded down, and then taped to the box. Repeat this step with the other edge.
- You can also personalize the gift, Instead of tying a bow, use cord to attach an ornament, pin a brooch or faux flower onto ribbon, top children’s gifts with chocolate coins or a toy.
These artificial trees are hung from the wall or ceiling, or come with a weighted base to provide extra stability to prevent tipping and leaning. The trees were originally introduced to retailers for in-store displays, so more ornaments could be displayed at eye level to the buying public. It’s a great idea for families with cats & dogs so they have a harder time getting to the tree to tip it. The extra floor space also leaves more room for gifts!
Light up the tree in such a manner that it complements the whole space and not just the tree. Once the theme and the lighting have been selected, think of the ornaments. Make sure you have overall balance between colors and shapes.
Not big on decorating for the Holidays then add a doormat with a Holiday theme. It’s an inexpensive way to celebrate the Holiday’s and can easily be stored when the Holiday has passed.
Using the same Hurricane vases from your wine and cheese party, you will now fill them with leaves from your yard, acorns or any other fall/holiday item you like. Take away your chairs add hay bails top with them with pillows, use a holiday runner and napkins and your ready for a festive meal.
Having a wine and cheese party to kick off the Holiday’s? Purchase Hurricane vases, tall pillar candles and add the fruit around the candles as accents of the flavoring notes of the wine. Each section will have its own pairing of wine, cheese and fruit it also doubles as décor, as well as the main event.
Jazz up an old classic by serving apple cider in these hand-blown Ghost Goblets, it’s a fun way to take an understated drink and make it make a statement.