Christmas Tree Light description
String covers 21ft. of length.
Choose from clear or multi-color
Light stringing service:
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- Showcase Lighting: If you want the effect of a Rockefeller tree in your living room, you'll need extra light. To make your tree really wow, double the number of lights to 200 per foot of tree. (twelve boxes of lights for a 6-foot Christmas tree)
- Moderate Lighting: Use one box of lights per foot of tree (six boxes of lights for a 6-foot Christmas tree)
- Minimalist Lighting: Use half box of lights per foot of tree (three boxes of lights for a 6-foot Christmas tree)
Light stringing tips:
- Begin at the bottom of the tree close to the trunk. Allowing some slack or leader cord in the first strand of lights, separate the cord near the first bulb so it forms a loop. Slip the loop over one of the branchlets or greens near the trunk, and wrap the cord a few times around the green to secure it.
- Pull the string of Christmas lights taut to the tip of the branch, then work back toward the trunk, wrapping the cord over itself and the branch.
- Separate the cord again when you reach the trunk, and slip the cord over a branchlet to secure it. Carry the cord over to the next branch, wrap it around a green near the trunk, and pull it out to the tip. Wrap the cord over itself and the branch as before.
- Continue wrapping branches in this manner until you come to the end of the string. Plug in the next set, and keep going until you reach the point where the tree comes apart. Work any extra lights back along the branch rather than crossing the section. When you wrap the top section of the Christmas tree, don't wrap the lights around as many branches so the tree will look evenly lit from top to bottom.