By Terry HenmanThe lights in your local town are on, late night shopping has begun and the morning air tastes just that little bit fresher, summer may be barely over yet somehow Christmas is almost upon us once again. Every year it seems to creep up on us so fast. But it doesn’t feel like Christmas! It can’t be, already! If like me, you have already heard phrases such as… Continue reading
By Kimberly QuangLED decorations lights for holidays and Christmas events make commercial displays more cost effective and family gatherings last longer without big bills. LED’s burn cooler than other lights and consume only 20% the electricity that other light bulbs require. Retailers and homeowners alike can leave their led lights, Christmas decorations, and sculptures on all night long without worrying about the bulbs overheating or paying exorbitant power costs after… Continue reading
By Adam PetersIf you cannot find the Christmas lights that you want, don’t give up. There are other options to your local store to find exactly what you want.
As Christmas time starts to roll around each year, many people start to purchase Christmas decorations and gifts. Some people start their shopping early and this is very smart. If this is you, then you most likely find all kinds… Continue reading
By Paul MyersChristmas is a festive occasion, which has been celebrated with great ceremony for many a year. It has always been associated with a feeling of rejuvenation and spiritual refinement; the time around this festive occasion is one where every heart is filled with the illuminating light of faith, hope and spirituality. The celebrations as well as the decoration which is universally seen during Christmas time also reflect this… Continue reading
By Catherine Spelling
One would think that Christmas lights have been around for as long as Christmas itself. Can any of you imagine Christmas without lights? How would the children find their way in the dark, so early on Christmas morning without them? The history of Christmas lights is intricately tied to the dawn of the modern era, when houses began to be supplied with electricity… Continue reading
By Joe WillThe early Christmas trees were lighted with candles, then glass covers with candles inside or metal lanterns with small wicks hung on the Christmas tree branches like ornaments to brighten up the Christmas tree. The early Christmas candles were a fire hazard and buckets of water were usually kept nearby the Christmas tree just incase a fire did start up.
Electric Christmas Lights Make Christmas Safer… Continue reading