Use Tea-light Candles to decorate a Christmas Tree
Tea-light Candles on a Christmas tree can be stunningly beautiful and extraordinarily moving, that is if you have knowledge on how to do it safely, otherwise can be very hazardous. If you know how to do it right, you can have a safe, memorable experience. Think it’s crazy? Not so. Read on.
Make sure you have the right species of tree. Before you even think about doing anything, Find the right tree. Generally, you want the tree to be fresh because trees that are too dried out are more prone to accidents. You also want a tree with branches that are sturdy enough to hold up the candles. A good choice is a Blue Spruce
Decorate the tree with ornaments. Make sure you leave space near the end of the branch for the candles.
Place the candles on the tree. The trick is to make sure there isn’t anything directly above any of the candles. To be really sure you’re doing this right, cup your hand over each Tea-light Candle and then move your hand up and keep going until you are positive its there isn’t any thing the fire can spread to. This is very important.
Re-check your candle placement. Before you even think about lighting those candles, make sure you have a fire extinguisher, buckets of water, and a hose handy just in case.
Never leave the tea-light candles burning unattended and for very long. Keep them lit for five to fifteen minutes, just enough time for people to ooh and aah over the spectacular beauty of the spectacle. #*Take pictures and videos.
Blow out the candles. Have everybody blow them out. Make sure you blow out the bottom first. That way no one will get above the flames.