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Add a fun and festive holiday touch to Add a fun and festive holiday touch to your yard with this colossal Airblown Inflatable featuring the Grinch his trusty dog Max and a sack full of Christmas loot. Easily installs- it self-inflates in seconds and lights up for nighttime visibility. No assembly required. Plug it in stake it down ...  More + Product Details Close
Deciduous trees and posts are tempting targets for candy cane spirals of light. Get lights that are closely spaced, such as mini lights or rope lights. On trees, the bark is usually rough enough to hold light strings in place. You can give light strings a little support with strategically placed pushpins, but don’t drive in a bunch of screws or nails, as you could hurt the tree.
Use a good ladder when installing your lights. Secure them with insulated holders (never use tacks or nails). Don't install your lights on trees that come in contact with power lines. Before installing your Christmas lights, plug them in to make sure all of your bulbs are working. Make sure to turn your lights off when you leave or go to bed at night.
Christmas decorations are typically put up in late November or early December, usually to coincide with the start of Advent. In the UK, Christmas lights on the high street are generally switched on in November.[17] In the U.S., the traditional start of Christmas time is Thanksgiving.[18] Major retailers put their seasonal decorations out for sale after back to school sales, while smaller niche Christmas Stores sell Christmas decorations year round.[citation needed]

Add a touch of Christmas décor to your residence this year. Bronner's is your stop for outdoor Christmas lights and holiday decorations. Decorate your front yard, back yard, rooftop or porch, dog house, cat house, etc. with Bronner’s selection of outdoor Christmas decorations. Choose from Airblown Inflatables, lighted plastic items or blowmolds, rope lighting ornamentals, holographic figures, lighted shapes and spheres, LED lights, and more. From C7 bulbs to C9 bases and cords, to miniature lights and twinkle bulbs, and lighted yard decorations, Bronner's is your source for Christmas lights year-round.
Dresdens are three-dimensional ornaments. They are made of paper, card, or cardboard. Dresdens were produced mostly in Dresden and Leipzig, Germany, from the 1860s to WWI. They were originally priced between 1 and 60 cents. Subjects included animals and birds, suns and moons, humans, carriages and ships, etc. Some Dresdens were flat, allowing the buyer to collect them in scrapbooks.
Christmas lights were first made available for sale in 1890, but were so expensive that most people could not afford them. They were a symbol of status among the wealthy and many people rented lights instead of buying them. In 1903, one set of 24 Christmas lights sold for $12.00. Considering the average person made about $9 a week, this was far too extravagant for the normal family. In addition to the cost of the lights, the service of a wireman was required and, if the house was not electrically powered, they also needed a generator.
Another option for outdoor lighting is the "miniature," which costs less and consumes less power than the classic outdoor light string. It can be used around the perimeter of your home, as well as in trees. In most cases, the miniature comes in strands of 50 or 100. The strings run in series, which means if one bulb or socket fails, you can lose a whole section.

Tired of downsizing? Throw political correctness to the wind with giant-size outdoor ornaments for your eaves, porch and trees. Up to 4 feet tall and featuring a high-gloss finish, unbreakable plastic and polyresin ornaments mimic glass in Paul Bunyonesque proportions. Some have built-in lights. Lots of styles and colors are available for $100 to $150.
Mini string lights are the most popular because of their versatility. Available in either incandescent or LED technologies and in a wide range of color options, these Christmas lights are the perfect addition to almost any Christmas lighting design. All of our mini string lights are very reliable and stay lit if a single bulb fails. Our incandescent mini string lights come with replacement lamps, and we carry LED testers and "PODS" for repairing the LED light strings.

These icicle lights are the perfect way to decorate your home not just for Christmas, but all winter long. There are a total of 70 LED lights on the strand. Each of these is covered by a special cap that is designed to resemble a traditional M5 light, or mini ice light. Being LED lights, this strand uses much less power and is much more durable than traditional incandescent lighting. The lights are weatherproof and non-removable. The vertical drop vary in length alternatively between 6, 5, then...
This waving snowman figure is made with acrylic material that is strong and durable to provide many years of enjoyment. It is pre-lit with 70 clear mini lights that make this decoration sparkle and shine. Snowman features black top hat, red scarf, carrot nose, button eyes and green mittens. This holiday trimming can be displayed in indoor or outdoor locations.
In many countries, such as Sweden, people start to set up their Advent and Christmas decorations on the first day of Advent.[1][2] Liturgically, this is done in some parishes through a Hanging of the Greens ceremony.[3] In the Western Christian world, the two traditional days when Christmas decorations are removed are Twelfth Night and if they are not taken down on that day, Candlemas, the latter of which ends the Christmas-Epiphany season in some denominations.[4] Leaving the decorations up beyond Candlemas is historically considered to be inauspicious.[5]
For decades trees, wreaths and rooflines have displayed Christmas lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home for seasons to come with this virtually indestructible set of 50 energy efficient pure white LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
These icicle lights are the perfect way to decorate your home not just for Christmas, but all winter long. There are a total of 70 LED lights on the strand. Each of these is covered by a special cap that is designed to resemble a traditional M5 light, or mini ice light. Being LED lights, this strand uses much less power and is much more durable than traditional incandescent lighting. The lights are weatherproof and non-removable. The vertical drop vary in length alternatively between 6, 5, then...

Positive and negative molds were set into a press. A moistened sheet of card was put into the press. The images were pressed. When they had dried, they were sent to cottage workers for the finishing touches. This involved separating the form-halves from the card, trimming ragged edges, and gluing the two halves together. The form was then gilded, silvered, or hand-painted. Sometimes a small gift or sweet was put into the form. Forms were usually no larger than five inches.[14][15]
No need to stop at one; with outdoor Christmas lights, let all your little lights shine, shine, shine for the world to see. The history of using lights to welcome the holidays dates back to the 18th century in Germany. Back then, upper-class citizens showed their affluence by lining their windows with candles and wrapping bright white lights around their magnificent Christmas trees. Dazzling lights proved a bit safer than burning and melting wax candles. The trend of stringing lights from windows and trees went viral; by the early 20th century, Americans lit up their homes for the holidays with lights. The popularity of lights led to increased production, giving consumers more choices and reduced costs. By the 1960s, outdoor Christmas lights appeared on bushes, porch railings, and trees in urban lawns and graced city lampposts and street signs. Today, this tradition remains just as popular, perhaps even moreso. You can join in on the holiday fun with colored lights, blinking lights, white lights, and vintage outdoor Christmas lights too. Make the experience even merrier with outdoor solar Christmas lights, powered by the sun, that reduce your electric consumption, soften your carbon footprint, and fill your home with holiday joy instead of bills. Look for festive lights on eBay, where reliable sellers offer a variety of new and used miniature, full-sized, rainbow colored, and crystal white lights for houses of all kinds. Then, choose a convenient shipping method to have your items arrive faster than the North Pole Express.
GE Energy Smart 300-LED Multi-Color Mini Lights feature GE Energy Smart 300-LED Multi-Color Mini Lights feature ConstantON technology that enables the set to stay lighted even if one bulb burns out or breaks. The set is packaged on a 9.75 in. storage reel and provides over 99 ft. coverage. LED lights use less electricity for added energy efficiency. ...  More + Product Details Close
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