Using Battery Operated Christmas Lights in Your Holiday Display
Often times the nature of and location of a holiday display makes powering your Christmas lights with standard AC power difficult. In situations where it is not possible or desirable to power your xmas lights using standard power cords try using battery operated LED Christmas lights
Using battery operated Christmas lights on your wreath
A Christmas or holiday wreath is probably the most obvious place to use battery Christmas lights. Many people would like to add some holiday lights to the wreath on there front door but do not have a good option for powering the xmas lights. It is difficult to conceal the power cord for a Christmas wreath placed on most front doors. Battery operated holiday lights allow you to illuminate your holiday wreath without having to worry about extension cords or other wiring techniques that would take away from the simple elegance of a well illuminated front door wreath. In addition, battery operated LED Christmas lights can be operated for an entire holiday season 3 standard AAA batteries.
Using a evergreen wreath or garland as the centerpiece to a holiday dinner table is a great way to dress up any holiday event. Most holiday centerpieces add some natural light but featuring a pillar candle or two candlesticks. However, you can easily add some additional ambient light by decorating your holiday centerpiece with battery operated LED Christmas lights. The battery pack for these energy efficient xmas lights can be easily concealed in the centerpiece or under the wreath or garland.
Decorative mantle pieces
Many people with prominent mantles often decorate the mantle with holiday greener. Unfortunately, most mantles do not have conveniently located power outlets. This makes using holiday lights to illuminate the mantle display difficult. Holiday mantle pieces are another great place to utilize battery operated Christmas lights.