By Ashlee Ashley. Party Decorations. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 03:23:31 AM.
Buildings - The idea of framing an entire house is catching on around the world. Every year more and more families are using fairy lights to light up their entire house. If you like this idea but want to tone it down a bit or indeed save on the electricity bill then simply using lights to frame the garden shed or other out building works well. This provides a lovely view from the windows of the house at night and makes a feature out of something that for the rest of the year is not generally acknowledged. You can make it as garish as you like too because it is for your eyes only!
Helium-filled balloons decorations - A simple table decoration is quite simple to make with helium balloons, moreover all latex or a combination of Mylar and latex. Anchor the group to the table with a safety pin in the cloth or with a small wooden block enclosed in decorative paper. Do not forget that latex helium balloons stay floating for just about eight hours. So do this on the day of the party.
Walkways / Hallways / Stairs - Linking the walkways in your home is a great way to make the whole house sparkle. Hallways or stairs are perfect places to run strings of lights. You could weave the lights around banisters or simply line the walls. It provides a \"Christmas Grotto\" feeling and because the area is likely to be quite small, it is not too much. Your kids will especially love this form of decorating. To make it really fun you should use coloured lights, or to go for a more sophisticated look plain white lights are ideal.
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