Christmas lights are very pretty and add joy to the Christmas Season. There are many uses for these bright twinkling lights every day of the years, so do not pack them way.
Strands of red and white Christmas lights will help to decorate your home or apartment for Valentines Day. Wrap them around stair banisters, windows, or mantelpieces to add a bit of holiday cheer.
Green and white Christmas lights are perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. Hang the lights among decorations of shamrocks, little pots of gold, and Leprechauns to help at to the atmosphere of your Irish themed party.
For Easter, a homeowner could use white, yellow, and green lights to make the home or apartment more festive. When we were growing up mom used to bring in a lilac branch a few weeks before Easter string it with white lights, and some decorations and it was the coolest thing. It was different and not too many people had an Easter tree so it was unique.
Strands of red, white, and blue Christmas lights could certainly show your patriotic pride on our nation’s birthday. Help American celebrate her birthday by hanging these festive lights along deck railings, on trees and anywhere you can to provide a slash of color.
These lights can be used for many more occasions rather than simple or extravagant holiday parties. One can use them for graduation parties, barbecues, family reunions, baby showers, or birthday parties. Just hang them outside, to light the path for your guest. These tiny lights can give you enjoy light for your guests to see by and always add a festive atmosphere to any party.
Weddings, baby showers, and even memorial services are classy with the use of the small white Christmas lights stung about to enhance the serenity of the occasion.
This year when you are browsing the after Christmas sales, pick up a few extra boxes of lights cheaply. You will find many uses for them, and you certainly cannot beat the half to 90% off prices. If you don’t buy the Christmas lights chances are they will go in a big dumpster somewhere, which would be unfortunate.