Spread holiday cheer to your neighbors and with outdoor Christmas decorations. You'll find a great selection for your yard like luminary bags, Christmas yard flags and decorative outdoor string lights. You'll find holiday yard stake decorations including a Nutcracker, ornaments or poinsettias. Our religious yard stake decorations include the nativity scene, the wise men and an angel. Your family will love our grapevine, lighted snowman or sleigh decorations, as well as an assortment of adorable outdoor decorations too.

Jolly St. Nick is eager to brighten up your holiday, this year and for years to come! This pre-lit, colorful Santa face ornamental looks great in windows or anywhere you may want to add a festive glow. With 28" of lead wire on a white cord, our friend from the North Pole measures 12" tall and features 10 clear mini lights, which sparkle through shimmering PVC. This Santa face window pre-lit ornamental is UL listed for indoor or outdoor display. A suction cup is included for hanging, with no assembly required. A brilliant way to light up your holidays!
Light up the autumn evening with this versatile Light up the autumn evening with this versatile Squatty Pumpkin Luminary from Desert Steel. Measuring 14 in. W x 15 in. H this creative take on the classic fall gourd was individually crafted by hand for detail and quality. Made from galvanized steel this stunning luminary is maintenance-free and rust-resistant ...  More + Product Details Close
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 orange LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
This standing moose is made with rigid sisal material wrapped around a wire frame creating a strong and durable holiday trimming. It is pre-lit with 120 white mini LED lights that make this decoration sparkle and shine. This moose character features two-tone look and is trimmed with a red bow collar. Display this decorative piece in indoor or outdoor locations.
Christmas lights using incandescent bulbs are somewhat notorious for being difficult to troubleshoot and repair. In the 1950s and 1960s, the series circuit connected light sets would go completely dark when a single bulb failed. So in the fairly recent past, the mini-lights have come with shunts to allow a set to continue to operate with a burned out bulb. However, if there are multiple bulb failures or a shunt is bad, the string can still fail. There are two basic ways to troubleshoot this: a one by one replacement with a known good bulb, or by using a test light to find out where the voltage gets interrupted. One example made specifically for Christmas lights is the LightKeeper Pro. For additional information, see the troubleshooting section of the Holiday lighting technology article.
Order samples.  If you don’t have a great feel for how many lights to order – or if you’ll like the style or color, order a few strands and install them and see what they look like after dark.   Practice how you are going to wrap your trees and based on installing a set or two, you can roughly estimate how many lights you’ll need for the rest of your trees.
I swear, these are the faultiest lights EVER. I ordered one and then realizing that I needed two, turned around and ordered a second one to arrive a day later. The first one showed up, I plugged it in, two bulbs were out and then POOF, the whole string died. I returned that string and hoped for better results with the second one. That one arrived working. I set them up. The next day when I flicked my switch, two bulbs had already burned out.
This Pre-Lit LED 56 Light Palm Tree is strong yet flexible branches can be posed to provide artful placement for ornaments and decorations. The green fabric leaves and brown trunk decorated for sparkling. Unique design and selected material deserves your collection. Its attractive appearance is a nice scenery when displaying in the beach, swimming pool, square, garden, leisure plaza and more. Ideal for both summer and Christmas season. It brings the Hawaii happiness.

Adamax's Heavy Duty Metal Lamp Guard is the Adamax's Heavy Duty Metal Lamp Guard is the perfect replacement for flimsy or melted plastic socket guards on your temporary and string lighting. Adamax's metal cage is constructed from heavy gauge steel and then coated in heat resistant vinyl to provide. 5 in. product width.  More + Product Details Close


Some places make huge displays of these during December, such as Callaway Gardens, Life University, and Lake Lanier Islands in the U.S. state of Georgia. In east Tennessee, the cities of Chattanooga, Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg have light sculptures up all winter. Gatlinburg also has custom ones for Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day, while Pigeon Forge puts flowers on its tall lampposts for spring, and for winter has a steamboat and the famous picture of U.S. Marines Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, in addition to the city's historic Old Mill.


The Christmas tree was adopted in upper-class homes in 18th-century Germany, where it was occasionally decorated with candles, which at the time was a comparatively expensive light source. Candles for the tree were glued with melted wax to a tree branch or attached by pins. Around 1890, candleholders were first used for Christmas candles. Between 1902 and 1914, small lanterns and glass balls to hold the candles started to be used. Early electric Christmas lights were introduced with electrification, beginning in the 1880s.


Our 7.5 ft. Natural Noble Fir Artificial Christmas Our 7.5 ft. Natural Noble Fir Artificial Christmas Tree comes pre-lit with 540 Italian-style color changing LED lights. It features 4208 branch tips with EZ power technology that enables each of the tree sections to light up automatically. Lights stay on even if a bulb burns out or breaks. A ...  More + Product Details Close
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