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  1. #11
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    What a beautiful tree and I agree that if to many it would take away.

    I use small lights and lots of them.

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    Lightbulb

    I use lots of small white lights.

    Merry Snowy Christmas
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    I also use lots of small lights, sometimes all clear, and sometimes both clear and multi

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    Also use small white lights..
    The funny thing is that I could not find last year candle lights... But, this year, I will give a better try..
    They look so lovely on Mrs SantaClauses Christmas tree, Im a little jealous, sorry..
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    My Mom bought a great pre-lit artificial tree last year. It has two different sets of lights on it (white and multi-coloured), so you can light the tree to suit your mood. Now I want one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    My Mom bought a great pre-lit artificial tree last year. It has two different sets of lights on it (white and multi-coloured), so you can light the tree to suit your mood. Now I want one!
    Jordan, aren't those wonderful?? I want one SO bad.

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    :tree:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    My Mom bought a great pre-lit artificial tree last year. It has two different sets of lights on it (white and multi-coloured), so you can light the tree to suit your mood. Now I want one!
    Yeah, they're so easy to assemble. I like them too. But I think they're a bit expensive.

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    Prelit's are also very heavy. They are mostly metal.

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    Prelits have their pros and cons:
    Pros: 1. Easy, easy, easy
    2. Simple, simple, simple


    Cons: 1. May be difficult to replace a strand that goes out.
    2. Heavy
    3. Usually have to choose clear or multi strands. Can not switch it up or use another solid color
    4.Usually alittle more expensive


    I love my pre-lit. The ease and time saved are worth the cons!

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    :tree:

    I haven't seen any in Greece yet.

    Merry Snowy Christmas
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