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.

For decades trees, wreaths and rooflines have displayed twinkling 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 warm white LED twinkle lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:


A familiar pastime during the holiday season is to drive or walk around neighborhoods in the evening to see the lights displayed on and around other homes. While some homes have no lights, others may have incredibly ornate displays which require weeks to construct. A rare few have even made it to the Extreme Christmas TV specials shown on HGTV, at least one requiring a generator and another requiring separate electrical service to supply the amount of electrical power required. In Australia and New Zealand, chains of Christmas lights were quickly adopted as an effective way to provide ambient lighting to verandas, where cold beer is often served in the long hot summer evenings. Since the late twentieth century, increasingly elaborate Christmas lights have been displayed, and driving around between 8 and 10 p.m. to look at the lights has become a popular form of family entertainment. In some areas Christmas lighting even becomes a fierce competition, with town councils offering awards for the best decorated house, in other areas it is seen as a co-operative effort, with residents priding themselves on their street or their neighbourhood. The town of Lobethal, South Australia, in the Adelaide Hills, is famed for its extensive Christmas lighting displays and many residents go to great effort to put on the best light display in the town. Residents from the nearby city of Adelaide often drive up to the town to view them.


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]
Bring a festive atmosphere to your indoor or Bring a festive atmosphere to your indoor or outdoor event with weather resistant battery operated string light nylon lanterns. They are an economical way to add color and dimension to your event. Hang them on tree branches a patio umbrella a party tent or above a table setting. Any way ...  More + Product Details Close
This 3 feet tall walkway tree lit with incandescent mini lights adds character to any yard during the holiday season. Its natural looking dark green tips are 2-ply and weather resistant. Cluster walkway trees in an open area for a mini lighted tree farm, or use as a potted plant in existing urns. A heavy duty stake secures trees 5.5" deep in the soil. Line garden paths and driveways with this bright little trees!
Greet your guests with this adorable inflatable Mickie Greet your guests with this adorable inflatable Mickie wearing a Santa hat. Delight children and adults alike with this whimsical holiday decoration that inflates to 3.5 ft. Made of durable fabric plastic and metal this holiday inflatable includes energy-efficient LED lighting for nighttime visibility. Plug it in stake it down ...  More + Product Details Close
These solar powered outdoor LED string lights are perfect for year round decoration. The white or multi-colored LED's will add light to any home or landscape without the need for long power cords or an increase in the electricity bill. The included remote solar panel is all that is needed to power the 110 lights for up to eight hours in steady or flashing light. This string light measures over 60 feet in length with 12 feet lead length and LED spacing of 5.28 inches. Their lights can be clipped...

I should have just gone to the drugstore to buy some, but didn't have time. Ordered two strings of these instead. They came yesterday. I plugged them in and they worked - mid way putting them up a bulb went out so I tightened it a little, and the whole string went out. I couldn't fix it. So I tried the second string and the exact same thing happened. Two dead strings, no Christmas cheer. Totally bummed, please don't buy these!

The fuse on these blew out approximately 20 secs after I plugged them in. I contacted the seller to facilitate an exchange and they suggest I contact amazon instead. Instead of deal with all that I swung by the hardware store and picked up 2 new fuses each of which cost me $4.13 adding $8.26 to this purchase of the box. Not happy about that, but they do work and do look nice now that I have replaced the fuses.

In the mid-2000s, the video of the home of Carson Williams was widely distributed on the internet as a viral video. It garnered national attention in 2005 from The Today Show on NBC, Inside Edition and the CBS Evening News and was featured in a Miller television commercial.[22][23] Williams turned his hobby into a commercial venture, and was commissioned to scale up his vision to a scale of 250,000 lights at a Denver shopping center, as well as displays in parks and zoos.
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
Create beautiful windows with The Window Wonder (TM) a snap-together window frame for most miniature Christmas light sets. The Window Wonder (TM) is a snap-together plastic frame that you size to your windows. Notches within the frame are designed to hold miniature Christmas lights. Most sizes any length of string. The frame is secured between the window sill and top window jamb. With The Window Wonder there are no staples tacks or tape to mar your woodwork. Lights are precisely spaced and...
18.25 in. Winter Light Santa Claus with Jacquard 18.25 in. Winter Light Santa Claus with Jacquard Jacket Christmas Decoration. From the Winter Light Collection. Santa has set out to start delivering gifts to children everywhere. Features a gold colored jacket and hat with a sparkling silver pattern. Santa carries a bag full of gifts holly berries and pine ...  More + Product Details Close
Get your home ready for the holidays with our fabulous selection of Christmas decorations. Deck your halls with festive indoor décor including unique holiday accents, beautiful Nativity sets, poinsettia garland, snowman shower curtains, holiday throw pillows and a sleigh full of other holiday decorations that will have your family in the Christmas spirit all season long.
“We wanted to do a candy-cane column for the holidays, and finding solid-red LED strands that were as bright as our cool white lights was a challenge. There are tons of ‘fairy’ strands out there, but they are very dim when placed near normal LED strands and have a high failure rating outside in our experience. These lights are PERFECT! Very bright, solid construction. Highly recommend these lights!”
“These lights are wonderful! My initial idea was regular holiday tree lights, but they were too bulky and heavy, so I found these. They are lightweight, beautifully lit, and just great with the remote control for power and display options. They are so thin and light, they are invisible in the canopy. The perfect backlight for a tween on her iPad. Love ‘em! And the price is very reasonable.” [Editor’s note: We’ve written about these excellent Christmas lights before. Read more here.]
Christmas trees displayed publicly and illuminated with electric lights became popular in the early 20th century. By the mid-20th century, it became customary to display strings of electric lights along streets and on buildings; Christmas decorations detached from the Christmas tree itself. In the United States, it became popular to outline private homes with such Christmas lights in tract housing beginning in the 1960s. By the late 20th century, the custom had also been adopted in other nations, including outside the Western world, notably in Japan and Hong Kong. Throughout Christendom, Christmas lights continue to retain their symbolism of Jesus as the light of the world.[4][1]
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.
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.
Create beautiful windows with The Window Wonder (TM) a snap-together window frame for most miniature Christmas light sets. The Window Wonder (TM) is a snap-together plastic frame that you size to your windows. Notches within the frame are designed to hold miniature Christmas lights. Most sizes any length of string. The frame is secured between the window sill and top window jamb. With The Window Wonder there are no staples tacks or tape to mar your woodwork. Lights are precisely spaced and...
The first known electrically illuminated Christmas tree was the creation of Edward H. Johnson, an associate of inventor Thomas Edison. While he was vice president of the Edison Electric Light Company, a predecessor of today's Con Edison electric utility, he had Christmas tree light bulbs especially made for him. He proudly displayed his Christmas tree, which was hand-wired with 80 red, white and blue electric incandescent light bulbs the size of walnuts, on December 22, 1882 at his home on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Local newspapers ignored the story, seeing it as a publicity stunt. However, it was published by a Detroit newspaper reporter, and Johnson has become widely regarded as the Father of Electric Christmas Tree Lights. By 1900, businesses started stringing up Christmas lights behind their windows.[14] Christmas lights were too expensive for the average person; as such, electric Christmas lights did not become the majority replacement for candles until 1930.[15]

You can find everything you need our sizable selection of outdoor Christmas lights and decor. Choose holiday lights, decorations and motifs in traditional incandescent and energy efficient LED varieties. Step up the power in your display and create custom Christmas lights with ease when you pair our commercial grade lights strings and bulbs in a variety of colors and styles!

For a more traditional holiday light, you will want to use a C7 or C9. These are the cone-shape lights you'll find most often in home improvement and convenience stores. The difference in these lights is size and wattage, with C9 being a little bigger and easier to see from a distance. Both come in frosted or clear color bulbs and are great for illuminating both your house and trees.


In the Western world, rolls of brightly colored paper with secular or religious Christmas/winter/Hanukkah motifs are manufactured for the purpose of giftwrapping presents. The display of Christmas villages has also become a tradition in many homes during this season. Other traditional decorations include bells, candles, candy canes, garland, stockings, wreaths, snow globes, and angels. Snow sheets are made specifically for simulating snow under a tree or village.
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: 

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.


Give columns the appearance of being covered in ice this holiday season. Clear mini lights wired in a net pattern make it simple to decorate columns for Christmas. Stackable plugs allow you to connect up to 3 sets together, so you spend less time searching for extra outlets. The durable wire and end to end connectors make these column wraps perfect for easy installation. Don't settle for boring naked columns at your next holiday event. Illuminate them in no time with column wraps!
Restore a brilliant and elegant flair to that old light strand with this deLIGHTful pack of transparent C7 replacement lamps! 25 clear C7 replacement lamps will shine brightly with a classically clean appeal. Commercial grade, these replacement bulbs feature weatherproof bases and fade-and peel-resistant coatings to withstand winter weather and corrosive ocean air.
Give your yard a festive flourish with candy cane-shaped Christmas path lights or holiday Luminaria kits. Net lighting is another great outdoor choice: it works well in trees and bushes, comes in a variety of sizes and is easy to set up. To turn your yard into a winter wonderland, add an array of icicle lights across your eaves and awnings or use a Christmas laser light projector, like Star Shower, to project thousands of moving holiday shapes directly onto your home. 
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