Although the Western World honors the Gregorian calendar and celebrates New Years Day on January 1st, a great deal of the Eastern hemisphere is soon to begin their New Year’s celebration.
Jan 31, 2015 /prREACH/ -- Chinese New Year is just three weeks away, with festivities beginning on February 19th. Many families in China, as well as North America, will be celebrating by making traditional Chinese New Year foods and by lighting lanterns made of silk or paper. Open flames can be dangerous when used with paper lanterns, but Frux Home and Yard offers a safer alternative with their LED Flameless Tea Lights.
Lisa Palmer from Frux Home and Yard stresses the importance of safety during this traditional and culturally significant festive celebration. "When decorating with silk or paper lanterns, ensure you use Flameless LED candles to provide a warm glow. Traditional flame candles, while beautiful, can be dangerous if left unattended and the flame doesn’t last long. Hot dripping wax can not only be messy but dangerous too. Our flameless tea lights are perfect for paper lanterns because they flicker like a real candle, but are much safer, as there is no risk of the lantern catching fire"
Frux Home and Yard Flameless LED Tea Lights are battery powered so they are suitable for any festivity, occasion or celebration. They provide a beautiful soft glow and illuminate a room with a realistic flicker that lasts for up to 80 hours. Without an actual flame, there is no danger of starting a fire or the possibility of spilled hot wax.
These tea lights also come with a beautifully designed bonus; choose from 24 tea light holders included free or 12 luminary candle bags included free as deluxe complimentary bonus gifts. With 5-star ratings given for its safety, functionality and durability on Amazon, these tea lights are celebrated as a unique and beautiful decor element for any occasion.
Frux Home and Yard's complete line up of products can be found on their website, www.fruxhomeandyard.com, including their Fairy Star Lights, as seen in this year’s Fox News Holiday Gift Guide.