I am already working on next year Christmas lights display for my own home. I found some great led Christmas lights on clearance sale here:
C6 lights http://www.trinorthlighting.com/Stor...ndex&cPath=185
C7 lights http://ledchristmaslighting.com/inde...=index&cPath=3
C9 lights http://ledchristmaslighting.com/inde...=index&cPath=4
You have to watch these sites, they have been putting items on clearance weekly.
Sorry I can't look at those sites. I have way to much Christmas stuff and I know I would see something that I don't need but really want.
I am not sure whther I will put any lights up around the house this coming year. Hubby is so fickle and I just like my tree so much I would rather sit and watc it in the evenings!
Wishing you many hot cocoa mornings and firesky nights throughout the new year!
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I use the C7's outside and around my windows, and on outside trees. They do get pretty warm, so if you are using an artificial tree, find out what material it's made of. Many are made from plastic materials and C7's might be too warm for those trees.
On my artificial trees, I use mini lights (strands of all white along with strands of multicolored), pearl lights in red, white and green, and bubble lights.
You are remembering C7 bulbs - I like them too, but I have an artificial tree now, so it is already lit by minis.
We switch up the light color outdoor every year. We go from all white, to all blue, to multi colors. When we do the all-blue, our house stands out from everyone else's, and my brother tells us we are decorating as if for Hanukkah.