12.14.2012

Big Battery Operated Lights


The Polka Dot Wreath
Have you ever looked at the store for battery operated lights?  They are crazy expensive or dinky and cheap.  So when I saw these big battery operated lights on QVC that offered so many options I thought it was too good to be true.  Nope!  They're awesome, tell it to your neighbor!!!

battery operated Christmas lights

I almost didn't order these lights because they're LED and generally I don't like the "blue" LED look.  But I thought it's time to embrace LED, it's where we are headed anyway.  I'm sure the scientists are working hard to make them "warm" for all of us.  And indeed, the lights are clear and warm!

cordless christmas wreath

The lights come equipped with so many options, for example: on or off, timer or light sensor and twinkle or steady.  They require 3 D batteries and the box for the batteries comes with zip-ties to attach to your wreath or garland.


So long to cords getting in the way of the look!  These big battery operated lights are on clearance right now and you can find them here on QVC: Bethlehem Lights Battery Operated 16' with 50 LED Faceted Bulb Light Strand, H15797.  An alternate light look promising as well, they're just missing the photo sensor: Round Light Strand.  If these lights are unavailable by the time this gets around, look here on ebay: seller tflynn12 or seller jairnet.

8 comments:

  1. So Beautiful! How did you hang your window wreaths outside? What kind of red fabric did you use?

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    1. I used a tension rod and some red polyester fabric from JoAnn's. I hemmed the edges with a stitch witchery type of product and same with the pocket for the rod to slide through. I hope this helps!

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  2. I would like to know the answer to the previous question as well, thank you!

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    1. I used a tension rod and some red polyester fabric from JoAnn's. I hemmed the edges with a stitch witchery type of product and same with the pocket for the rod to slide through. I hope this helps!

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  3. I used a tension rod and some red polyester fabric from JoAnn's. I hemmed the edges with a stitch witchery type of product and same with the pocket for the rod to slide through. I hope this helps!

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  4. This is our first Christmas in our new brick home. The windows on the front have full screens, and were impossible for me to remove. I couldn't figure out how to hang my wreaths on the outside of the windows. You tip of using tension rods is brilliant. Thanks.

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  5. This is our first Christmas in our new brick home. The windows on the front have full screens, and were impossible for me to remove. I couldn't figure out how to hang my wreaths on the outside of the windows. You tip of using tension rods is brilliant. Thanks.

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