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December 21 2023
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This season evokes the thrill of rediscovering childhood treasures and the warmth of group and family gatherings—the time of Home Alone, scarves, and cozy dinners.

Today, we present 5 patents that breathe life into the comforting wonders of Christmas.

ROTATING
CHRISTMAS
TREE STAND

US1988343A

Inventor:
Claris F. Tacy

Assignee:
Individual

Date of Patent:
Jan. 15, 1938

rotating christmas tree
An inventive way to showcase your festive centerpiece. This clever invention allows the entire Christmas tree to rotate, providing a 360-degree view of decorations and ornaments. The rotating feature ensures that every side of the tree gets its moment in the spotlight, offering a unique twist to the art of tree decoration.
REUSABLE GIFT-WRAPPING FABRIC
US9174783B1
Inventors:
Stephanie Grabell and Jodi Kahane

Assignee:
Wrapeez LLC

Date of Patent:
Nov. 03, 2015

gift wrapping
A revolutionary approach to sustainable gift wrapping. This innovative patent introduces a fabric designed for eco-friendly and reusable gift presentation. Say goodbye to single-use wrapping paper and embrace a more sustainable way of giving gifts.
MISTLETOE SUPPORTING HEADBAND
US4488316A
Inventors:
Ronald J. Mosca

Assignee:
Individual

Date of Patent:
Dec. 18, 1984

mistletoe band
This cheeky mistletoe supporting headband features a secure strip of material that fastens around the head and incorporates a fork-like element with an opening for accommodating the mistletoe. Not limited to mistletoe, the headband offers versatility, allowing the display of various decorative or novelty items for added holiday flair.
EDIBLE SNOW
US20140363542A1
Inventors:
Sudipta Ghosh Dastidar, Anandh Panchanathan, Raviprasad Shankar and Gourinandan Triumbak Tonpe.

Assignee:
Conopco Inc.

Date of Patent:
Dec. 11, 2014

edible snow
This inventive patent describes a special formulation that allows you to create snow-like decorations that are not only visually appealing but also edible. Sprinkle it on cookies, cakes, or other treats.
SMOKE DETECTOR DISGUISED AS A CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENT
US5396221A
Inventors:
James E. Bridges.

Assignee:
Individual

Date of Patent:
Mar. 07, 1995

christmas ornament
Trees and fires are good friends, especially in dry climate and high temperatures. Imagine having a Christmas tree ornament that’s not just for looks but also keeps you safe. This invention is a smoke detector cleverly hidden within the ornament. If the tiny light on the ornament ever goes out, you better check it out.

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