In countries such as the UK, and some other Commonwealth countries such as Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africans celebrate Christmas with Christmas crackers. It is also known as bon-bons or finest dinner party crackers UK. Christmas cracker made from a tube made of cardboard and wrapped in paper decorated and twisted around the tube.

The end product of the Christmas cracker after being wrapped looks very much like a sweet wrapper. People pull a cracker from both sides and that resulted in the separation of the cracker uneven.

In Russia, people celebrate the New Year with Christmas Crackers. With the trend is changing now people are buying black Christmas tree made fiber products, you do not need to decorate it. It shines and attracts all guests in the house.

Children do shopping with their parents to brings things so that can do Christmas tree decoration. In most stores, crackers assembled mostly sold in small boxes. The boxes come in quantities 11:57. History dates back to 1847 when Thomas J. Smith created.

This is because he first heard a crunching noise when he put a log on the fire. Cracker created by him became famous around the world in a short time. Only after the discovery, the children go shopping with crackers marketed under the name Cosaque but not old cracker name gained popularity and entered into widespread use.