Restore a festive flair to that old light strand with this deLIGHTful pack of transparent C7 twinkle replacement lamps! 25 multi-colored twinkle C7 replacement lamps are double-coated with pigment to shine brightly with rich color. Commercial grade, these replacement bulbs feature weatherproof bases and fade-and peel-resistant coatings to withstand winter weather and corrosive ocean air.
Dresdens are three-dimensional ornaments. They are made of paper, card, or cardboard. Dresdens were produced mostly in Dresden and Leipzig, Germany, from the 1860s to WWI. They were originally priced between 1 and 60 cents. Subjects included animals and birds, suns and moons, humans, carriages and ships, etc. Some Dresdens were flat, allowing the buyer to collect them in scrapbooks.
Christmas lighting does lead to some extensive recycling issues. Every year, more than 20 million pounds of discarded holiday lights are shipped to Shijiao, China (near Guangzhou), which has been referred to as "the world capital for recycling Christmas lights".[27] The region began importing discarded lights around 1990 in part because of its cheap labor and low environmental standards.[27] As late as 2009, many factories would simply burn the lights to melt the plastic and retrieve the copper wire, releasing toxic fumes into the local environment.[27] A safer technique was then developed that involved chopping the lights into a fine sand-like consistency, mixing it with water and vibrating the slurry on a table causing the different elements to separate out, similar to the process of panning for gold.[27] Everything is recycled: copper, brass, plastic and glass.
There is a variety of lights to choose from. First and foremost, always use waterproof or water-resistant lights with a tag marked underwriters lab (UL). This means the lights meet national industry standards with the American National Standards Institute. Also, when you're buying Christmas lights to use outside, make sure they are rated for outdoor use.
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.
Add a fun and festive holiday touch to Add a fun and festive holiday touch to your yard with this adorable Airblown Inflatable featuring Mickey Mouse flying a plane stocked with Christmas presents. Easily installs - it self-inflates in seconds and includes energy-efficient LED lighting for nighttime visibility. No assembly required. Plug it in stake it down and ...  More + Product Details Close
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.
The indoor decorator will find a wide selection of mini light colors and themes to light a home year round. Use novelty lights as tree lights or theme décor. The outdoor lover can bring the passion indoors or light up the night with string lights along the porch, patio, or campsite with an array of outdoor lights. Friends and family will ask where you found those stunning lights! Let the joy and warmth of Christmas glow inside and outside your house this holiday season. Bronner's can light every part of your home whether it be your tree, wreath, doorway, mirror, stairway, centerpiece, or window with Christmas lights. To center décor on a theme, Bronner's offers novelty light sets, LED light sets, miniature light sets and traditional Christmas light sets in every color of the rainbow. Top your tree with a lighted star or angel. Simplify Christmas with artificial pre-lit trees. No more tangled mini lighting strands or missing lights. Pre-lit trees and unlit trees are available in many sizes. Flocked trees are also in the pre-lit selection or unlit. Once the inside of your house is holiday bright with xmas lights, many lighted ornamentals are ready for display in your windows and yard. Smaller window designs can be used indoors or outdoors including snowflakes, stars, angels, snowmen, flags, bunnies, pumpkins, turkeys etc. Warmly welcome holiday guests with lighted pathway markers for driveway or sidewalk. Tell the Christmas story with a large, outdoor, lighted Nativity display. Holographic and wire-frame designs include snowmen and reindeer. Large, lighted plastic displays include Nativities, Santa, elves, and more.

Animated wire frame elves and Santas add a bit of cartoon-like fun to your lawn. You can get penguins that throw snowballs at each other and reindeer that run. The animation can be jerky, like a crude Flash movie, but these are real smile-makers for young kids. Plus, they’re big. Some are 6 feet tall and 10 feet wide, so there’s a lot of bang for your $300 to $1,500.
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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