Christmas lights are one of the best parts of the holidays. These strings of lights just make the entire house look magical. However, you might be a bit depressed whenever you have to take down these lights. Not only do you lose that magic of hanging lights, but you have to find more storage space to put them up in. However, why do you have to take them down? There are plenty of ways to re-use your Christmas lights all year round if you put a little bit of thought into it. Keep reading to learn about the top ways to do just that!
Are you running late with Christmas and New Year Eve’s greeting cards? Postal services too slow for you? Well, if you’ve been napping, or busy in the weeks leading up to Christmas, and frankly who hasn’t? We’ve all been busy with closing out work before the year ends. Then online customized greeting cards are the way to go.
And Fotor is the app to use to create the sweetest and most easy to customize greeting cards.
This year, Piglet has been really hung up on Christmas trees. To be precise, really large brightly decorated Christmas trees.
This fascination started last year during our Christmas trip to Malaysia and Singapore – which was festivity galore. Christmas trees, and lights every which way you turn, until Piglet was quite dazzled, and his expectations from Christmas are now sky-high. Unfortunately Bangalore is just not able to live up to his expectations.
Stumped what to shop for friends or family this Christmas, here's an infographic that might help you out.
Christmas was quiet and a blast all at the same time. The normally temperate weather suddenly turned chill and both the kids had that I’m going to get sick any moment look. Piglet’s cheeks were flushed and eyes watery, while Snubnose started wheezing.
Christmas time, mistletoe and wine. I love this time of year, celebrations and joy and looking forward to a new year!
I tried getting the snubnose and piglet into a single festive photo, but that’s pretty much impossible, it seems.
So, here’s the snubnose alone wishing you all a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!
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Secret Santa ExchangeThis post is a little dated. Secret Santa actually visited a week before Christmas and gave us some wonderful goodies. In my wishlist, I had mentioned George R.R.Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice series, and I was super-thrilled to receive the 2nd book in the series - A Clash of Kings. I ...
Here's wishing you all a merry christmas and a very happy 2013! Happy holidays!! We don't celebrate Christmas, but we are off on a short impromptu trip to Chennai, with a little detour to Pondicherry. See you in the new year ~
Secret Santa Exchange It's festival time again and to celebrate the festive spirit, I am taking part in the Secret Santa Exchange hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. The sign-up details are fairly simple. Follow the instructions over at her blog and then you are in. Thanks to Books Love Me for the reminder ...