July 16, 2010, Newsletter Issue #163: Christmas Bedroom Decorating for Kids

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The best way to ensure the kids feel involved in Christmas planning and decorating is to give them something thatís truly their own creation. In addition to spending time making homemade Christmas tree decorations, consider the possibility of purchasing individual fiber-optic trees or LED artificial Christmas trees for each of your children. Expensive? Not at all. In fact, itís only going to cost about $30 for a two foot fiber-optic Christmas tree. This type of tree is a safe option for childrenís bedrooms, are inexpensive, and easy to decorate. Because LED lights are very cool to the touch, you wonít have to worry about your children getting burned on them or having their homemade ornaments go up in flames because the bulbs became too hot.

Of course, a little common sense is always a good idea. Make sure the fiber-optic trees are turned off at bedtime or when you leave the house. If youíre not comfortable with, or canít afford the expense of buying individual trees for your childrenís rooms, consider buying fiber-optic garland, wreaths, or mini battery-operated Christmas trees for the kids to decorate their rooms with. Let them use their own creativity without your own suggestions or input. Turn it into a yearly holiday tradition!

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