Blue Led Christmas Lights

Blue LED Christmas LightsI have several strings of blue LED Christmas lights. Actually, I have several strings of pretty much every color they make. I bought the blue ones, because I wanted them all. I got LED lights, because they last longer than regular bulbs and they use less power, too.

I use one string of these to decorate our Christmas tree. The others go outside in the yard and around our front porch. Light strings like these can be wrapped around anything, making it easy to add some color wherever you want it: trees, railings, window frames, awnings, fences, gazebos,etc. You get the idea.

I’ve been using light strings ever since I can remember, but I only just switched to LED lights last year. They really are better. They don’t cost any more than regular light strings, but they last a lot longer and use less power, which makes them better for the environment, too.

 

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I especially love that they don’t burn out. I remember when I was a little girl and a bulb burned out on one of the light strings. The whole string stopped working and my dad had to test one bulb at a time to find out which one was broken. I think that’s where I learned most of my curse words.

The great thing about these lights is that they can be used at any time of the year, not just Christmas. You can use them to decorate your backyard for a party or just to spice it up a bit for those warm summer nights spent hanging out outdoors.

They work great for Halloween, too. We always do a little haunted house in our backyard and these lights are perfect for creating a spooky atmosphere: bright enough so you can see a little, but not so much that you can see clearly.

I was poking around online today to see if I could find some more blue LED Christmas lights for a good price. Despite my husband’s protests (he says we own about 10 miles worth of light strings at this point), I think we could use a few more.

This year, I want to line the driveway and our walkways with blue LED strings. In fact, I may just leave them like that all year-round. I think it would look cool and it would give us enough light to follow the paths in the dark. That way we wouldn’t have to keep our much brighter white lights on all night.

The light strings I found all have different shapes, but they all shine brightly and are reasonably priced. I’ve already got several that are shaped like icicles and like candles and since I want to use the new ones for our driveway, I’m going to get the plain ones.

The Ucharge lights are my favorites, because they are solar powered and are perfect for outdoors. This means we can leave them on every night and not have to worry about the electric bill. I know LED Christmas lights don’t use up much power to begin with, but it’s nice to know we won’t be using any electricity at all.

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