Bring the brilliance of Christmas to your house. This "Snowflakes" LED Landscape Projector Light is easy to set up and showers your home in a beautiful Winter Christmas atmosphere while using less energy. You will enjoy a stunning display that is perfect for holidays, parties, celebrations and more. Featuring white snowflakes. The easiest and fastest indoor and outdoor dual use Christmas projector light. No more hanging string lights. Your house will be transformed from dark to stunning in...
Tired of downsizing? Throw political correctness to the wind with giant-size outdoor ornaments for your eaves, porch and trees. Up to 4 feet tall and featuring a high-gloss finish, unbreakable plastic and polyresin ornaments mimic glass in Paul Bunyonesque proportions. Some have built-in lights. Lots of styles and colors are available for $100 to $150.
This Penguins Family Playing on Ice Yard Christmas Inflatable is great for decor in and out of the home. The lighted design makes it perfect for your nighttime display. It can also be a great addition to your family photo. The lightweight material and self-inflating design make it easy for anyone in the family to set up and take down. Once deflated, its compact design makes storage easy and allows it to be stored not for use in temperatures below 14°F or 10°C almost anywhere. Do not inflate...
Want to see snow for Christmas but live in a warmer climate? Trim the roofline, porch or balcony with snowflake icicle lights. With LED technology and stackable plugs you are able to connect up 43 strings safely, so you can decorate large areas quickly and easily. Sturdy wire ensures that these lights can handle bad weather and several different events while still shining brightly. This holiday season make your home into a wonderful winter wonderland!
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.
Wreaths are made from real or artificial conifer branches, or sometimes other broadleaf evergreens or holly. Several types of evergreen or even deciduous branches may be used in the same wreath, along with pinecones and sprays of berries, and Christmas ornaments including jingle bells. A bow is usually used at the top or bottom, and an electric or unlit candle may be placed in the middle. Christmas lights are often used, and they may be hung from door or windows, and sometimes walls, lampposts and light fixtures, or even statuary. Since the 19th century, the poinsettia, a native plant from Mexico, has been associated with Christmas.
Missing the old time Christmases? Relive your memories with bright LED multicolor icicle lights. LED lights are durable and shine brilliantly year after year. Using less energy extends the lifetime of this light, allowing you more family time and less time troubleshooting. Hang these colorful lights from the roofline or over a fence to complete your light display. End to end plugs allow you to connect 43 sets together making decorating your entire yard quick and easy! Decorate and dazzle for...

Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy, but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed (that’s four-to-five-star reviews and lots of ‘em) products and single out the most convincing. Last year, we picked our favorite Christmas lights, but this year, we decided to go deeper on all kinds of string and holiday lighting. Below, the best in Christmas light shows. (Note that reviews have been edited for length and clarity.)
“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!”
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.
Tired of downsizing? Throw political correctness to the wind with giant-size outdoor ornaments for your eaves, porch and trees. Up to 4 feet tall and featuring a high-gloss finish, unbreakable plastic and poly-resin ornaments mimic glass in Paul Bunyonesque proportions. Some have built-in lights. Lots of styles and colors are available for $100 to $150.
LED Mega Sphere Lighted Display is a beautiful and versatile decoration. These vibrant balls of light are wrapped in LED mini lights for a brilliant glow and superior energy efficiency. Complete with a 6" lead, included S-hook and collapsible design, this mega sphere is as easy to install as it is to store, making them convenient enough to use on any occasion.
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 pure white C6 size 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.
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.

Our waterfall lights are completely self-contained, meaning all you need to do is plug them in and watch the custom controller sequence of the lights in a soothing manner. There are 8 sequences of animation with the controller. Each waterfall set made up of ten strands of lights wired. A strand is made of clear wire, each spaced six inches apart for a total of 960 LEDs in a waterfall set. They are great for animated displays in your home, business, or light park. UL listed for indoor and...
Tired of downsizing? Throw political correctness to the wind with giant-size outdoor ornaments for your eaves, porch and trees. Up to 4 feet tall and featuring a high-gloss finish, unbreakable plastic and polyresin ornaments mimic glass in Paul Bunyonesque proportions. Some have built-in lights. Lots of styles and colors are available for $100 to $150.

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]

This Reindeer Pulling Sleigh Lighted Display with reindeer is made with acrylic material that is strong and durable to provide many years of enjoyment. It is lit with 70 warm white low voltage LED lights that make this holiday display sparkle. Both reindeer and sleigh feature a decorative red bow. This seasonal trimming can be displayed in indoor or outdoor locations.
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.

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...
“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.”
For decades trees, wreaths, and rooflines have come alive with the radiance of lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home with an illustrious glow with this durable set of 50 energy efficient multi-colored M5 size LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
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.
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