August 2017


How To String Lights on a Christmas Tree by Yourself

For many families, it’s a yearly tradition to come together to decorate the Christmas tree with ornaments and lights. But not everyone is surrounded by family. For those people, decorating the tree can be a daunting task. Attaching ornaments isn’t all that difficult, but strings of tiny lights are another matter. Trying to handle multiple cords and circling the tree can be a huge challenge. Here’s a way to get the job done quickly and simply all by yourself.

Things You Will Need

• plastic grocery bag
• soft thick cloth or towel
• step ladder
• strings of miniature lights

Step 1

If your strings of miniature lights are in a big tangle, straighten them out. If your strings are wrapped around the boards they originally came with, remove them.

Step 2

Line up your strings on the floor and plug them into each other to create one long strand. Plug them into an electrical outlet. Some products have cautions about connecting multiple strings so be sure to follow the recommendations for your particular product. Look for burned out bulbs and replace them. Unplug the lights.

Step 3

One end of this string will be at the bottom of the tree because it has the end you will plug into the wall. If it’s not obvious by the shape of the plug, identify that end in some way. You could wrap a piece of masking tape around it, or attach a twist tie or pipe cleaner to it.

Step 4

Line the sides and bottom of the plastic grocery bag with the cloth/towel. The bag should be the type with two handle cut outs.

Step 5

Drop the marked end of the strand into the plastic bag. Now place the entire string of lights in the bag using a loose spiral motion. You’re ready to put the lights on the tree.

Step 6

Position your tree away from the wall or windows with just enough space for you to walk behind.

Step 7

The last end of the string placed in the bag will go at the top of the tree. If your tree is tall, you will need to work on a ladder or step ladder. Hang the plastic bag on your arm and begin stringing the lights by securing the end of the strand at the top branches.

Step 8

Unfurl lengths of cord as you work your way around the tree. At the top, it will be easy to handle the lights, but as the tree gets wider, you will need to step off the ladder to get lights to the other side. To accomplish this, gently toss, yes toss! the bag to the next area where you will be working. Be sure you’ve unfurled enough cord from the bag so it will reach the floor on the other side when it lands. If your floors are tile or hardwood, you might want to temporarily place a small scatter rug on the other side of the tree which will serve as a landing pad for the bag of lights.

Step 9

Continue working around the tree, tossing the bag to the next position. Be sure your last length of cord will be long enough to reach your electrical outlet.

Step 10

When it’s time to take down the tree, reverse the process, winding the strand back into the bag, marked end first. Your bag will be ready for easy stringing next year.


Diwali Festival 2017

Diwali Festival 2017



Diwali (Divali, Deepavali) is a festival of juxtapositions: light and dark, good and evil, ignorance and wisdom. Luckily, and to the delight of festival-goers around the world, goodness, light and wisdom always win out. This five-day Hindu festival (also celebrated by Buddhists, Sihks and Jains), is a dazzling homage to the beauty and joy of life.

What is Diwali / Deepavali?

Though primarily celebrated in India and across Asia, Diwali is an important event for Hindus across the globe. Even countries like Japan and Britain play host to this illuminating festival.

Held in October or November, Diwali began as an ancient Indian harvest festival and is closely tied to several influential Hindu gods. The word itself is derived from ‘avali’ (row) and ‘deepa’ (lamps) – the combination of which represents the rows of lights families place around their homes to symbolize the triumph of light over darkness.

When is Diwali / Deepavali?

The date for Diwali is decided upon the Hindu lunar calendar. The festival usually falls between mid-October and mid-November.

Flash! Bang! Pop!

Diwali is a festival for the senses as well as the soul. Lanterns illuminate the night, incense fills the air, firecrackers echo and sugary treats abound, and in the midst of it all, everyone finds time for a little self-reflection.


Flaming diyas (small clay lanterns) and explosive firecrackers are the hallmarks of the Diwali celebration. While the diyas drive out the darkness (i.e. evil, negativity, etc.) and usher in health, prosperity and peace; the popping firecrackers are a symbol of earthly joy. However, serving the dual purpose of killing off post-rain mosquitos by the thousands is an added bonus.

All bets are on!

Though some cultures wring their collective hands at the thought of gambling, during Diwali it’s something of a sure bet. Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva are apparently quite the dice enthusiasts, and are kind enough to bestow their good luck on believers. It is widely thought that those who gamble in the name of their beloved Gods during Diwali will reap their rewards throughout the year. However, gaming isn’t just limited to tossing the dice; traditional card games, charades, musical chairs and scavenger hunts are also popular.


Outdoor ! Waterproof & 8 function LED fairy lights for home decoration!

Would you like to DIY you sweet home?Are you looking for a simple, easy-to-use decor ?How about it?–Waterproof & 8 function LED fairy lights suit ourdoor and indoor use!

Let me let me make a brief introduction to him below:

  •    LED LIGHT STRING USE with 6 hour timer         

1. Lift the tabs on battery compartment lid and lift lid to open.

2. Install 3-AA batteries as shown on battery diagram in battery compartment.

3. Snap tabs in place to close battery compartment lid.

  •      FOR INITIAL USE:You have 2 operaion options:Option 1-Button on battery box Press the button to change the funtions.(1-Combination,2-In wave,3-Sequential,4-Slo glo,5-Chasing/Flash,6-Slow fade,7-Twinkle/Flash,8-Steady on,9-Off)Option 2-Remote control Press the button to change the funtions.(1-Combination,2-In wave,3-Sequential,4-Slo glo,5-Chasing/Flash,6-Slow fade,7-Twinkle/Flash,8-Steady on,9-Off,TIMER-6 hours on&18 hours off,DIM+ increase brightness,DIM- decrease brightness).
  • CARE and USE:1.Light Strings can be submersed in water,IP652.But Battery compartment can not be submersed in water,just accept in the rain,IP44.3.Turn off when not in use to save battery life.
    4.Put the lights on anywhere  you want to decorate, like this
    And this

Now ,Do you learn how to use the light string,right?

Hope you can light up your beautiful home~

BeautyLamp Outdoor String Lights 100 LED Solar Festival lighting Decorative Light – Garden – Deck – Party – Christmas Tree – Provide Christmas Fairy Decorative Green environment

Excellent decoration for outdoor activity,like wedding,camping,exploration,Also suitable for all kinds of festival,such as Christmas,Hallowmas and any other celebrated events.
By absorbing the energy of sunlight to store energy
there would be no batteries cause pollution to the environment,
green and environmental protection.

☛100 Brilliant LEDs: 100 super brilliant LEDs glow a warm white light, which make every night starry nights. Ideal for decorating your patio, garden, lawn, porch, gate, yard, Christmas lights, wedding, party etc.

☛High Quality and tough Copper Wire:Made with thin and flexible copper wire, coiled with bobbin winder to avoid a mess, the string lights is easy to storage and ready for the next use. Also, it is environmental- friendly, high energy conversion rate, durable and safe to use.

☛Solar Panel:This solar LED works by converting solar energy into electricity during the day, and it lights up automatically at dark.

☛Waterproof useful : Both the lights and solar panel of this Solar Patio String Lights are plastic wrapped with a waterproof level of the IP65 and IP44 respectively. You can just apply them in outdoor areas without worrying about the rainy days. 

Especially suitable for camping,  environmental protection etc.


Everyone own it And it is for everyone ༺༺༒༻༻

  I think you deserve it