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Inspecting Roof Spaces – Part 1 - A 'Rafter' information available - Anyone with an interest in property can learn a great deal from what they find in a roof space as this is one of those places where most people chose to ignore, use is generally limited to storage or access once a year to collect the Christmas tree and then put it back again afterwards!

Inspecting Roof Spaces – Part 1 - A 'Rafter' information available - Anyone with an interest in property can learn a great deal from what they find in a roof space as this is one of those places where most people chose to ignore, use is generally limited to storage or access once a year to collect the Christmas tree and then put it back again afterwards!

DAY 17 of #GeorgiasCakesAdventCalendar 🎄 M a c a r o n  X m a s  T r e e s I don't have enough space for a real Christmas tree in my place, but think these are a nice replacement! Layered with pistachio buttercream and decorated in sprinkles 💚

DAY 17 of #GeorgiasCakesAdventCalendar 🎄 M a c a r o n X m a s T r e e s I don't have enough space for a real Christmas tree in my place, but think these are a nice replacement! Layered with pistachio buttercream and decorated in sprinkles 💚

We spent Christmas in Brussels the year of this "Christmas three". LOL. Ugly during the day, but a great light show at night, but many Belgians were not too pleased with the change in tradition.  Don't think they did it again. :-)

We spent Christmas in Brussels the year of this "Christmas three". LOL. Ugly during the day, but a great light show at night, but many Belgians were not too pleased with the change in tradition. Don't think they did it again. :-)

In this Connecticut home, multiple mini-trees are placed throughout the house. This one, on the library's demilune table, jibes with the room's palette. The table is also flanked by English club chairs, 1960s Ethan Allen sconces, and midcentury intaglios.

In this Connecticut home, multiple mini-trees are placed throughout the house. This one, on the library's demilune table, jibes with the room's palette. The table is also flanked by English club chairs, 1960s Ethan Allen sconces, and midcentury intaglios.

Follow this video to view suggestions on how you can decorate a Christmas tree. It is best to start placing the lights first. Try to space them evenly and you can secure them in place by means of crafting wire. When you finish with the lights start decorating the Christmas tree with garlands and tinsel. Apart from giving a nice effect they will also serve to hide the wires of the lights. The next step is to start hanging the baubles and trinkets. Instead of including several colors try ...

Follow this video to view suggestions on how you can decorate a Christmas tree. It is best to start placing the lights first. Try to space them evenly and you can secure them in place by means of crafting wire. When you finish with the lights start decorating the Christmas tree with garlands and tinsel. Apart from giving a nice effect they will also serve to hide the wires of the lights. The next step is to start hanging the baubles and trinkets. Instead of including several colors try ...

How to decorate a Christmas tree via Worthing Court blog -Choose three more slightly shorter and more full picks.  Place these a few inches closer to the top and in between the spaces of the first layer, also at an upward angle.

How to decorate a Christmas tree via Worthing Court blog -Choose three more slightly shorter and more full picks. Place these a few inches closer to the top and in between the spaces of the first layer, also at an upward angle.

Designer's Christmas Tree Decorating How-To: #5 - Create the tree topper.  -Come down about 1/5th from the top.  Add three long, spikey picks around the tree at an upward angle.  -Choose three more slightly shorter and more full picks.  Place these a few inches closer to the top and in between the spaces of the first layer, also at an upward angle.  -Add a third layer closer to the top.  Using slightly shorter and more full picks.  These will be placed into the tree almost vertically.

Designer's Christmas Tree Decorating How-To: #5 - Create the tree topper. -Come down about 1/5th from the top. Add three long, spikey picks around the tree at an upward angle. -Choose three more slightly shorter and more full picks. Place these a few inches closer to the top and in between the spaces of the first layer, also at an upward angle. -Add a third layer closer to the top. Using slightly shorter and more full picks. These will be placed into the tree almost vertically.

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