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Handy Decorating Tips For The Holidays

Handy Holiday Decorating Tips

If there’s a chill in the air, that means the holidays are coming! Check out this collection of clever hints and tips that will make your holiday decorating faster, easier and more fun!

 

 

Wreath Hanging Hack

Typically, we rely on everything from metal wreath holders to staples, nails and even thumbtacks to affix holiday wreaths to our front doors. 

Skip those old methods and try a less damaging tactic — removable plastic hooks. Place an upside-down Command hook on the interior side of your door, loop your wreath’s ribbon or some fishing line around the hook and drape it over the front of the door. 

Easy Clip Tree Ornaments

The wire hooks that come with Christmas tree ornaments can be hard to use and may scratch the ornaments. Instead of wire hangers, use plastic-coated paper clips to hang your ornaments. The paper clips are stronger and easy to use. Best of all, they won’t scratch, so you can leave them attached when you pack the ornaments away at the end of each season.

 

Use A Christmas Light Tester To Check Holiday Lights

Find a holiday light problem and fix it fast with this tester and repairer. You don’t have to test every bulb! A simple tester helps you fix holiday light strings fast. 

Holiday Light Hangers

Instead of poking nails into aluminum soffits and fascia when you’re hanging holiday lights, clip the wires to the bottom lip with clothespins. But be careful on the ladder. Avoid heart-stopping ladder experiences with this ladder safety tip

Lighting Tips

Test your lights before stringing them on the tree. When the season is over, coil them into a five-gallon bucket to keep them tangle-free for next year.

Zip-Tie Decorations

Zip ties are a simple way to string holiday lights on banisters and fences without marring the railing with nail marks. After the holidays, snip the ties off with scissors.

 

Easy Outdoor Light Control

The glow of outdoor holiday lights is cheerful, but going out in the cold to plug them in and unplug them is a pain. But if you use an outdoor remote control switch, you can do it from inside your home or car. Just plug the switch into any outdoor outlet and use the small transmitter to control it.

 

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