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our selection of Icicle lights.
in a winter wonderland? Whether the snow is falling or not, we all
dream of a white Christmas. Most of us love to join in the holiday
spirit and string lights wherever possible when December rolls around,
and icicle lights are an ornamentation growing in popularity!
Icicle lights were first developed to simulate the heartwarming
scene of a white Christmas, for those areas in which snow is rare.
They are hung from eaves, fences, railings, gutters, or the decks
of homes and businesses. Today you can find icicle lights sold in
any climate, for both indoor and outdoor decorating. Even if snow
is in the forecast, the breathtaking beauty of icicle lights will
always provide an added glow and festive spirit to your home or
There are some things to keep in mind when you pull out the icicle
While outlining the outside of your house, remember to hang icicle
lights from windows and valences, as well as the roof, in order
to balance the appearance.
For safety reasons, always use the icicle lights specifically manufactured
for outside use when you are decorating outside surfaces, because
they are made for wet weather unlike “indoor” icicle
Also, make sure that your outdoor icicle lights are not hanging
near any overhead power lines that lead to your house.
You will definitely want to install a convenient photoelectric
outdoor switch timer to make lighting more efficient. This way,
you can set the system, whether mechanical or digital, to turn on
at dusk and off at a pre-selected time. No need to waste electricity
during the daylight hours! Besides, an added benefit to using icicle
lights is that they are a beautiful embellishment even during the
day when turned off, because they still look like Christmas icicles!
People love to foster the holiday spirit by stringing lights wherever
possible when December rolls around, and colored icicle lights are
an ornamentation growing in popularity!
with Colored Christmas Light
Some people are afraid to decorate with colored Christmas lights
for fear that the look will be too gaudy.
With Rope Lights
Decorating with rope lights is easy and rewarding; the possibilities
abound for both indoor and outdoor accent lighting!