Celebrate the season in elegant style with Christmas decorations from Frontgate. Our artificial Christmas trees are modeled after Mother Nature's most beautiful varieties, and then meticulously pre-strung with the industry's brightest lights. Their sturdy needles and boughs are perfect for hanging Christmas ornaments of every shape and size – from traditional hand-blown globes to whimsical artisan-made collectibles. This Christmas, deck your halls with heirloom-worthy holiday decorations that will bring joy and cheer for years to come.
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.
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]
Get in the holiday spirit this season with decorative outdoor Christmas lights. This season you can add a festive cheer to the outside of your home with white or colorful Christmas lighting. Make your home into the best Christmas light display in the neighborhood this year by draping lights from your roof, patio, and deck. During winter, bright Christmas lights are a great way to both brighten up the night and add seasonal cheer to your outdoor decor. You’ll find Christmas lights come in variety of shapes and sizes, different styles, as well as designs. Whether you prefer glass bulbs, modern Christmas LED lights, battery powered Christmas lights or electric, Wayfair has the best Christmas lights for your home.
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.
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 blue C6 size 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...
Holiday lights come in different shapes, sizes and colors. Use string lights to make any surface look festive. Brighten things up with LED Christmas lights. Don't have an outlet close? Pull out all the stops with our outdoor Christmas lights: Use icicle lights, rope lights and Christmas net lights to make your house the best-lit home on the block. Secure your lights with Christmas light hangers or Christmas light hooks. Or use a Christmas light projector to help create a unique Christmas light show. Secure your lights in place with Christmas light clips, and control your lights with Christmas light timers. Keep things traditional with white Christmas lights also known as Christmas incandescent lights. Make sure your Christmas tree lights are in working order before you decorate with a Christmas light tester. During the holiday season, Xmas lights can drive up your electricity bill, but they don't have to. We also carry cost-efficient Christmas décor like Christmas LED lights. Have a bulb that's out? Check out our wide assortment of C7 light bulbs and C9 light bulbs. Or you can use a light keeper to fix any bad bulbs, keeping your Christmas lights burning brighter and longer.

Make your home merry and bright with Christmas decorations that sparkle and shine with the magical mood of the season. Hang your stockings with care along the mantel with rich fabrics from faux fur and velvet to traditional knit designs. Adorn your tree with ornaments ranging from glass balls to bottlebrush creatures and soft, felt reindeer and Santas. Add the finishing touch to your tree with a glorious topper and a soft tree skirt that keeps your floor neat and organized. Wreaths and garlands can be used on tabletops, fireplace mantels and doorways to ring in the spirit of the holiday.
A clear glass tube is heated over an open flame. It is then inserted into a mold. The glassblower then blows into the end of the tube. The glass expands to fill the mold. The glass takes on the shape of the mold. It is cooled. A silver nitrate solution is swirled about inside the ornament. This gives the ornament a silver glow. The outside of the ornament is painted or decorated with metal trims, paper clippings, etc.[11]

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 multi-color LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
From the 1960s, beginning with tract housing in the U.S., it became increasingly common to completely outline the house (but particularly the eaves) with weatherproof Christmas lights. The Holiday Trail of Lights is a joint effort by cities in east Texas and northwest Louisiana that had its origins in the Festival of Lights and Christmas Festival in Natchitoches, started in 1927, making it one of the oldest light festivals in the United States. Fulton Street in Palo Alto, California, has the nickname "Christmas Tree Lane" due to the display of lighted Christmas trees on the sides of the street.[26]
Your source of power should come from a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet. This type of outlet will shut the circuit down if there is over-current. We want your lights to shine, not sparks to fly! If you don't have a GFCI outlet, a qualified electrician can permanently install one outdoors for holiday seasons to come. Or, you can buy a portable outdoor unit from your local home store for less than $20.

You can buy these in strands of 25 bulbs or larger strands of 100 bulbs. The 25-bulb strands can be connected together (daisy chained) up to a maximum of three strands; 100-bulb strands should be connected separately. Don't connect them together! The C7 and C9 strands use a standard screw-in candelabra base for easy bulb replacement. The strands are connected so if one bulb fails it only affects itself. Buying light strands with inner fuses is a great idea to prevent excess current on the strands.
The illuminated Christmas tree became established in the United Kingdom during Queen Victoria's reign, and through emigration spread to North America and Australia. In her journal for Christmas Eve 1832, the delighted 13-year-old princess wrote, "After dinner.. we then went into the drawing-room near the dining-room. There were two large round tables on which were placed two trees hung with lights and sugar ornaments. All the presents being placed round the trees".[9] Until the availability of inexpensive electrical power in the early twentieth century, miniature candles were commonly (and in some cultures still are) used.

Bring a touch of holiday joy to your Bring a touch of holiday joy to your home with the 150-Light LED C6 String in Multi-Color. Each strand features 150 long lasting LED lights that use 80% less energy than a typical incandescent bulb. LED lights stay cool to the touch and provide flicker-free lighting for a consistent glow. ...  More + Product Details Close
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