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!
In 1895, U.S. President Grover Cleveland proudly sponsored the first electrically lit Christmas tree in the White House. It was a huge specimen, featuring more than a hundred multicolored lights. The first commercially produced Christmas tree lamps were manufactured in strings of multiples of eight sockets by the General Electric Co. of Harrison, New Jersey. Each socket took a miniature two-candela carbon-filament lamp.
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.

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
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.
Don't forget about the holiday greenery. Our selection of trees, wreaths, and garlands are available in unlit and pre-lit options. For the living room or lobby, we carry a wide variety of Christmas trees from realistic pine, fir, and spruce trees to tinsel trees available in several color options. Wreaths are a classic holiday addition for residential and commercial buildings. We offer a variety of sizes, styles, and colors for you to choose from. For mantles and banisters, browse our Christmas garlands offered in a range of lengths, bulb quantities, and colors to customize your holiday celebration.
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!
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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]

Christmas light sculptures, also called motifs, are used as Christmas decorations and for other holidays. Originally, these were large wireframe metalwork pieces made for public displays, such as for a municipal government to place on utility poles, and shopping centers to place on lampposts. Since the 1990s, these are also made in small plastic home versions that can be hung in a window, or on a door or wall. Framed motifs can be lit using mini lights or ropelight, and larger scale motifs and sculptures may use C7 bulbs.
Welcome to the snow tube — a 15-inch-long plastic cylinder with a light that travels the length of the tube. Hang it vertically and the effect is like a giant glowing snowflake falling, albeit it only "falls" 15 inches. You’ll need five to 10 tubes to get any visual traction. At $30 each, it's doubtful they'll take the place of those ubiquitous icicle lights, but we can hope
Displays of Christmas lights in public venues and on public buildings are a popular part of the annual celebration of Christmas, and may be set up by businesses or by local governments. The displays utilize Christmas lights in many ways, including decking towering Christmas trees in public squares, street trees and park trees, adorning lampposts and other such structures, decorating significant buildings such as town halls and department stores, and lighting up popular tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower and the Sydney Opera House. It is believed that the first outdoor public electric light Christmas Holiday display was organized by Fredrick Nash and the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce in Altadena, California, on Santa Rosa Avenue, called Christmas Tree Lane. Christmas Tree Lane in Altadena has been continuously lit except during WW2 since 1920. Annual displays in Regent Street and Oxford Street, London, date from 1954 and 1959 respectively.
“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!”
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.
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This snowfall string set comes with a total of 5 strings that create an amazing snowfall effect that is sure to enhance your winter display. Also great for Valentine's Day. The power supply is 3 foot long and has a twin pin coaxial connection, making these string lights completely waterproof. You can connect up to 10 strands together. UL listed for indoor and outdoor use.
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]
The types of lamps used in Christmas lighting also vary considerably, reflecting the diversity of modern lighting technology in general. Common lamp types are incandescent light bulbs and now light-emitting diodes (LEDs), which are being increasingly encouraged as being more energy efficient. Less common are neon lamp sets. Fluorescent lamp sets were produced for a limited time by Sylvania in the mid-1940s.[24]
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...
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.
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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
Bring the whole family together for a delightful meal and amaze them with exquisite Thanksgiving decor. Make your tabletop the centerpiece of the holiday with plates featuring gobbling turkeys and delicious squash. Candles in leaf shapes add a touch of natural decor that is inspired by the harvest season. This holiday is warm and inviting so make your home cozy with fragrant candles and rich earthy hues from orange and yellow to red and brown. Outdoor lanterns are an ideal way to welcome the family into your home or to brighten up evening feasts on the porch.
Christmas light sculptures, also called motifs, are used as Christmas decorations and for other holidays. Originally, these were large wireframe metalwork pieces made for public displays, such as for a municipal government to place on utility poles, and shopping centers to place on lampposts. Since the 1990s, these are also made in small plastic home versions that can be hung in a window, or on a door or wall. Framed motifs can be lit using mini lights or ropelight, and larger scale motifs and sculptures may use C7 bulbs.
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