Published at Monday, March 19th, 2018 - 01:00:31 AM. . By Inez Henson.
Buildings - The idea of framing an entire house is catching on around the world. Every year more and more families are using fairy lights to light up their entire house. If you like this idea but want to tone it down a bit or indeed save on the electricity bill then simply using lights to frame the garden shed or other out building works well. This provides a lovely view from the windows of the house at night and makes a feature out of something that for the rest of the year is not generally acknowledged. You can make it as garish as you like too because it is for your eyes only!
Trees and Flowerbeds - Fairy lights in trees look good at any time of year, but lighting up both the branches and the trunks is particularly popular at Christmas time. It is vital that outdoor lights only are used for this purpose but you can wrap them around the trunks, create a waterfall effect by hanging them on the outside of the tree or you can even create a starry canopy under which to sit. Battery operated lights can be used for this purpose or traditional varieties too. Lights can also be used to light up statues and flowerbeds or any other part of the garden that you would like to enjoy at night.
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