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
Created and patented by coastal North Carolina crab trap maker Nicky Harvey and handcrafted by local commercial fishing family members. Built from durable PVC coated crab trap wire it can stand up to rain and snow for years. Displays beautifully outdoors or indoors with the nautical or traditional decor. Opens for display in minutes and easily folds flat again for compact storage.
This laser light will make you a unique and special holiday display in the garden, lawn, pool, tree, house, park and more. The light will instantly cover your house with thousands of red and green holiday lights. The light remote lets you select red, green, or green and red lights from the comfort of your home, so you don't have to go out into the cold. If you are not going to be home, use the remote to set a timer so your light automatically turns off.
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]
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 red C6 size LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
Christmas lights have been one of the most popular Christmas decorations for the past century. In 1882, three years after Edison invented the first sensible light bulb, Edward H. Johnson created the first Christmas lights in his home in New York City. The tree was hand-wired and lit with 80 red, white, and blue globes. The lights blinked and twinkled while the tree slowly revolved.
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 warm white LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
Draped over doorways and wrapped around hand rails, garlands and wreaths pull together your holiday decorations and add a touch of warmth to your home's inside and outside spaces. Garland ranges from simple greenery to fully decorated pieces adorned with pinecones, candy canes, holly and sugared fruit. You can even wrap garland with lights for a bit of sparkle. Try single strands of garland across the mantel or tabletops. Deck the front porch railings with tinsel garlands and ribbons. Turn your front door into a festive work of art by hanging thick garland across the top of the frame. Pair it with a coordinating wreath to complete the look.

The Glittered Deer-Family Lighted Display is constructed of heavy mesh fabric with a sparkled finish, wrapped around sturdy wire frames. They are lit from inside with long-lasting multi function of LED lights that rotate through flashing, fading and color-changing cycles. This unique decoration can be displayed in indoor or outdoor locations. Ground stakes are included for outdoor use.


The Christmas tree is sometimes explained as a Christianization of pagan tradition and ritual surrounding the winter solstice, which included the use of evergreen boughs, and an adaptation of pagan tree worship.[6] The English-language phrase "Christmas tree" is first recorded in 1835[7] and represents an importation from the German language. The modern Christmas tree tradition, though, is believed to have begun in Germany in the 18th century[6] though many argue that Martin Luther began the tradition in the 16th century.[8][9] From Germany the custom was introduced to England, first via Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, and then more successfully by Prince Albert during the early reign of Queen Victoria. The influential 1840s image of the Queen's decorated evergreen was republished in the U.S, and as the first widely circulated picture of a decorated Christmas tree in America, the custom there spread.[10] Christmas trees may be decorated with lights and ornaments.

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]
This actually works really well - the only thing is I wish the cord was a bit longer. I had to use an additional extension cord. But it worked perfectly otherwise. Has survived through a couple of really rainy days here. There is an on/off switch on the back and you can set it to go on/off with many different times. I set it for dawn/dusk so it goes on at dusk and goes off at dawn. LOVE that feature - don't even have to think about my lights! And there are 6 different place to plug in your lights so you can have so many! I'll post a picture of all my lights that are plugged into it.
Very pleasing effect. LEDs are cool-white. "Tail" effect suggests more comet than snowflakes, as does the speed. When first turned on, all tubes are 'in sync," but they drift apart over time, which is good, since random timing between tubes is more pleasing. Wire between tubes is about 13", so that is the maximum spacing when hung. Strings can be tied end-to-end. We are powering three strings using only one of the 5V power supplies that came with them. This is convenient, since AC power is needed only at one end of the group. No info on how many strings will run from a single power supply, but we can attest that at least three do. Still photos do not do them justice. Neither does my video, because they're much more impressive at night, but I wanted daylight ... full review
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
This palm tree is dotted. The strong yet flexible branches can be posed to provide artful placement for ornaments and decorations. The green fabric leaves and brown trunk decorated. 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.

Bring a shimmering glow to your decorations with this indoor or outdoor shimmering lighted American flag ornamental. This American flag comes with 10 clear mini light bulbs and a 2¼’ long lead cord that will plug into any standard 120v/60Hz wall socket. Our American flag is 16" tall by 12" wide and contains a suction cup to easily stick to any window or flat surface.
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]
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
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.
A Christmas tree is the centerpiece of holiday decorating. It's the focal point of the room and the spot where all the kids gather to check out their Christmas loot. Artificial trees come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from tall and narrow firs that easily slide into corners to robust pines that fill wide, open spaces. As you browse the selection of trees, look for one that fits in the room you have available. You also should consider how much time you want to spend setting up and decorating the tree. Pre-lit trees save you time since you skip the step of stinging the lights. If you like your trees with a light dusting of snow, consider a flocked tree that already has the embellishment added to the branches.
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 actually works really well - the only thing is I wish the cord was a bit longer. I had to use an additional extension cord. But it worked perfectly otherwise. Has survived through a couple of really rainy days here. There is an on/off switch on the back and you can set it to go on/off with many different times. I set it for dawn/dusk so it goes on at dusk and goes off at dawn. LOVE that feature - don't even have to think about my lights! And there are 6 different place to plug in your lights so you can have so many! I'll post a picture of all my lights that are plugged into it.
The holidays are fast approaching, and that means that it's time to start thinking about your Christmas decorating scheme, particularly in the lighting department. Maybe you prefer to go the simple, warm-white string lights approach, or maybe you want something that feels a little more fun and out there. In any case, there are tons of outdoor Christmas lights to choose from out there, so we've rounded up some of the best—whether they be highly reviewed by customers, or just plain cool—holiday lights you can buy this season.
“I bought three sets of these a while back and just ordered three more! I seriously spent hours on Amazon and other sites trying to find the best deal on string lights (length and bulb size versus price) and these do not disappoint. Glad I did my homework! I hung mine in my loft, and I get so many compliments on them. The lights are bright but definitely not too intense, and the bulbs are fairly durable.”
Jump up ^ "History of Christmas Trees". History. 2015. Retrieved 5 December 2015. Germany is credited with starting the Christmas tree tradition as we now know it in the 16th century when devout Christians brought decorated trees into their homes. Some built Christmas pyramids of wood and decorated them with evergreens and candles if wood was scarce. It is a widely held belief that Martin Luther, the 16th-century Protestant reformer, first added lighted candles to a tree.
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:
Outdoor Christmas lights did not become practical for the average family until the 1930s. By this time, not only were homes decorated with electric lights, stores, community Christmas trees, and government buildings were also adorned with the twinkling lights. General Electric began to sponsor community Christmas lighting competitions in the 1920s, but it wasn't until the 1950s that it was common to see rows of houses lit on the outside. Today, the places you find the lights are as numerous as the types of lights available.
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