I just finished making two WebPages on how to solve the dry Christmas tree problem, the first one I take a Candy Cane Tube that you can get at the dollar store and tape on a funnel. It sounds crude, but take a look it is very crafty… The second page is a review of a new product that measures the water level of the Tree. With the two of these the Christmas Tree will never go dry! It is also really easy to water.
My girlfriend is really excited about decorating and I am not really into it, except when I get to put cool gadgets on the tree. If you come from a technical background and you get roped into Christmas decorating, you may get into it with practical things like these..
MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
I let my family do the tree stuff, I stay away from it I'll take the cookies my sister/mom make, and go back to playing with my car or some computer stuff
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I know this is the off-topic forum, but sheesh how far OFF can you get?!
Dude, I'll be sure to use your idea if I ever get a tree up in my pad. For now though, I simply don't need ferrets running all over the place trying to pull the shiny lights off of it!
The ALEXIS Project
Color Coding :
DONE / MOSTLY DONE / BASE FEATURES / WORKING CONCEPT / NO CODE COMPLETED
Wow, good idea, you oughta market that idea!!
My OLD Carputer: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=17412
Currently, Don't have a carputer :( I sold my lincoln and bought a '93 Acura Vigor, plan on putting a carputer in it one of these days. You can see my vigor at: This Site
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I use my index finger to measure the water-level
I water the tree just enough to last the whole season...it goes in the bin after that
I've used the same tree for 5 years, this will be 6!
It did die during our hot summer this year. But I have plans to make it shine again.
"My poor wee tree"
My plastic tree is still alive