Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated February 15, 2013)
Probably one of the most depressing parts of Christmas is pulling out the Christmas tree ornaments and other decorations and finding your favorite one has become damaged or outright broken. Finding your treasured heirloom ornaments, decorations that your children made you, or even that embarrassingly kitschy ornament you always hid near the back of the tree (out of sight, out of mind) can often be a traumatic experience. Well, instead of throwing out your treasured ornaments and decorations, why not try repairing them?
Repairing damaged ornaments and decorations doesn't take a whole lot of effort and can actually be a fun activity, if you just know how. Simply follow these simple steps and you can extend the life of your most treasured Christmas decorations for years to come. Here's how.
Finally, if you find yourself with an ornament that you cannot fix yourself, try taking it to a professional repair shop. There is nothing wrong with having a professional repair your favorite ornaments. In fact, professionals are often noted for the quality of their work as well as having some type of a guarantee. Chances are there is going to be only one drawback to having a professional conduct the repair effort, and that is the cost.
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