Hilariously Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Ugly sweater parties are becoming a craze during Christmas.

  Instead of boring get togather invite your guests to an outrageously funny party where they can get enjoyable escape from their daily grind. It can be the best themed party of the season. The only requirement to become a part of this costume party the ugliest holiday sweater they can find. Here are three of my outrageous ugly sweaters.

Ugly Christmas Sweater - Yellow Snow Sweater by Tipsy Elves

It is the fun way to step outside our inhibitions and get loose. We remove our social norms and protocols and become ridiculous without any worries as everyone are ridiculous at some level.                                                          This is one of the reasons that made these parties so much popular. 
Have fun and take your party to the ugliest height.
Share it with your friends. Happy Christmas.

Cute Christmas Craft For kids

During Christmas kids become more and more excited about taking part in festival season activities. Share some fun filled time with them and make some Christmas crafts. I found this cute Christmas ornament video.

For this cute ornament you need:

1...Toilet Paper Roll or Wrapping Paper Roll
2.... Scrap of red and yarn
4...Nine inch long book


1... Get red yarn and wrap it around the book lengthwise several times .Take the scissor and cut the wrapped yarn on both sides. You will have a pile of cut yarn. Repeat this with white yarn. Now you have two piles of yarn. One pile of red yarn and another of white yarn.

2 ...Take tube and cut half an inch of it with scissor. Now you have a tube circle.

3 ... Now start attaching yarn to the tube circle. Take one piece of red yarn and fold it in half. Pass the loop through the tube. Pass the two end of the loop through loop and pull it so the loop is on the edge of the tube circle. Repeat the process with alternate colour yarns slipping gently to the next already there. Do it all the way round.

4 ... Now pass the loose end of the loops through the tube on the other side. Make sure you straight them all out.

5 ... Take a strand and tie it in a knot about one inch or one and a half inch above the edge of the tube. Tie it once again. Line the two remaining ends up and tie a knot at the end. It is the hanger for the ornament. Pull it down so it will not get cut accidently. Trim the top with scissor so it resembles the pompom.

6 ... Take a piece of tissue, crinkled up and stuff it at the bottom just to fill the upper part of the hat to keep it shaped.     
                    Now here is your cute little hat. Happy crafting

Christmas Jewelry : Pretty Christmas Bracelets

This episode of Christmas jewelry is dedicated to one of my valuable visitors Alli Smith whom I promised to write about Christmas bracelets. Hope she will like it.

Add a pretty winter touch to your look with this stunning snowflakes bracelet. Stay on top of winter's fashionable trends with a pretty blue snowflake bracelet in your jewelry collection. You will feel snowflakes falling around you while they dangle from your wrist in winter season.

This beautiful festive Christmas themed bracelet is fun way to celebrate this holiday season.
It comes decorated with an assortment of dangling adorable charms and stunning Murano style glass beads in vibrant Christmas colors, all placed on an elegant snake chain. A dangling Christmas tree sits in the centre of the bracelet. Other traditional symbols of the holiday surround it. A perfect gift for someone who loves unique jewelry.

Celebrate the festive season with this lovely Christmas Nativity Charm Bracelet! It has of detailed double-sided brushed silver-tone that includes: an angel, shepherd, Christ child, Mary and Joseph, wise men and the Christmas star. It represents the Christmas story. Between each charm is a faceted bead for added sparkle.
                This pretty Nativity bracelet comes in an elegant box, ready to give as a gift. Inner lid of the gift box features the Bible verse, "I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all people."

If you like my collection please share it with your friends. 
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The Tradition of Christmas Lights

Christmas is a wonderful time of year when towns and cities light up like stars.
          Christmas decoration is one of the oldest traditions. In ancient time candles were used for decoration. Candles were put under glass cover for safety reason. Metal lantern with small wicks was also used. They were used as ornament on Christmas tree.
Then entered the Wizard of Menlo Park in New Jersey. His name was Thomas Edison. In 1879 he invented and demonstrated incandescent electric lightbulb that bring revolution in Christmas decoration. In 1882, Edison's assistants, Edward Johnson made electric bulbs for Christmas tree and displayed it on his Christmas tree at his home in New York City. It was a big hit.
Ralph Morris, an American telephonist, invented the strings of electric Christmas lights in 1895. In 1970s decorative mini-lights for Christmas tree were introduced. They became immensely popular. Since then they are dominant in Christmas tree decoration.
Electrical candle were introduced and became popular because they were safer than original candles. Battery operated candles gave appealing looks to the area where there aren't electrical outlets.
  Taking the inspiration from Christmas tree lighting, the trend of decorating outside began and became very popular. Icicle lights were introduced to decorate outside. Their icicle shape transformed the outside in winter wonderland. They gave frosted appearance to indoor as well.
      With time, Christmas lights used in new and creative ways. It comes in various shapes as trees or other ornaments to enhance the visual appeal of lawns and streets.
  Now Christmas lights have become a mesmerising feature of the holidays.

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