Christmas Light Hacks
Keep your pretty Christmas lights untangled, by wrapping them neatly on a hanger, or on a piece of cardboard. Carve a handle on the top to grab and hold it too. Another light hack is inserting tiny light bulbs into ping pong balls, by making a slit on their surface.
Christmas Tree from Books
If you don't have a huge Christmas tree to decorate, make it big with some books. Pile the books up in a circular fashion, with each kept over 2 books underneath it, like brickwork. Add a tiny Christmas tree on top of it, or any other triangular shape, and let the Christmas lights walk up this spiral book staircase.
Cookie Cutter Ornaments
Wrap the star, gingerbread, bell-shaped, and other cookie cutters with a gorgeous red ribbon. Attach it to a string, and you have some unique and pretty-looking Christmas ornaments.
Spray some baking powder or rice flour around a foot-shaped cutout. As adorable as it sounds - creating Santa's footprints on the floor, starting from under the Christmas sock, can easily ensure one happy 'core memory' for your little one.
Ice-cream Cone Christmas Tree
Give the kids a chance to make a little mess and let them decorate a sugar cone turning it upside down. Use cream, colorful sprinkles or chocolate chips to make beautiful Christmas trees (the easier way).
Instant Chocolate Peels
Instead of running the chocolate slab over a grater as lightly as you can, try a potato peeler to get nice and long chocolate peels. Press a little harder to get thicker peels.
And, of course, there can be many more of such simple tips and hacks you can employ every year to make Christmas much more fun and memorable. Merry Xmas.