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Christmas Net Lights

Net Lights

Christmas net lights are a great addition to your Christmas yard décor, especially when you have a lot of bushes or shrubs that would be perfect foundations to lay these fascinating net lights on.

Like all Christmas lights, Christmas net lights come in all shapes, colors and sizes, and you can put out net lights of different colors, single color net lights, shaped net lights and themed net lights.

All of them are fantastic to me, and would be based on each individuals personal tastes or look and feel they desire for their Christmas yard décor.

Another thing Christmas net lights offer, which is one of the best features to me, is their flexibility, where you option of placing the lights closer together to get that sense of being clustered together, or spread it out to have a look of being elongated. Both of these work, and each has it's own place, as you can see in the examples below.

  • White Christmas Lights
    As many people can testify to, white Christmas lights may seem plain when thinking about using them for your primary Christmas décor, but when you put a bunch of them up - whether inside the house or not - they are outstanding in look and create a...

Various Christmas Net Lights

The following Christmas net lights give a good example of the variety there are out there and how they look in different circumstances. The last two photos are my favorites, although part of that's because the first three are showing the net lights in the daylight, which loses a lot of their effect.

Like those tree wrap net lights, those really look great at night, you just have to picture how they would look going up a tree in the dark.

Solar Net Lights

  • Decorating with Indoor Christmas Lights
    Indoor Christmas lights are only different than outdoor Christmas lights if you buy those that aren't made for use in both. And in the case of LED Christmas lights, while they're made for both the indoors and outdoors, the little fixture holding the.
  • Orange Christmas Lights
    Orange Christmas lights are always part of our colored Christmas lights, and they really look really nice when used alone on some of our outside trees and objects, or on our indoor Christmas décor as well. Like other colored Christmas lights we...

Christmas Net Lights on Bush

  • Outdoor LED Christmas Lights
    Outdoor LED (Light Emitting Diodes) Christmas lights are a great way to present a Christmas theme in your yard, and are in most ways superior to incandescent Christmas lights, with the exception of price. The benefits of outdoor LED Christmas...
  • Icicle Lights
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Tree Trunk Net Light Wrap

  • Musical Christmas Lights and Figures
    Christmas lights and music are among my favorite Christmas decorations, and I always put them up in our home during the holiday season. All the little children visiting love them, and they are a real hit with them and the adults as well. One other...
  • Red Christmas Lights
    Red Christmas lights are a wonderful way to decorate the inside or outside of your house, and they give off a much different look than other solid-colored Christmas light decorations and themes, like you see below in the photos. Another way to use...
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Single-colored Christmas net lights

Although I enjoy blends of different Christmas light colors, there is still a fantastic look when you include a single light color to accentuate your bushes, trees and shrubs with net lights. All of the net lights in this article are one color, and as you can see, really look good.

Another thing that works great with single-colored net lights is strategically adding net lights with different colors in various designs and patterns to make interesting light displays.

Blue LED Christmas Net Lights

  • Novelty Christmas Lights
    What fun having novelty Christmas lights are, which could mean unique lights like rope lights, or the shapes surrounding the light bulb like stars, bells and cartoon characters, among others. We have a bunch of these at home, and our Christmas...
  • Green Christmas Lights
    Being one of the colors of Christmas, green is a terrific option for Christmas lights, and are a great way to add relevant color to Christmas decorations which will reflect the holiday season. This is why I gathered together some photos of green...

Clear Swag Christmas Net Lights

  • Solar Christmas Lights
    Solar Christmas lights can be a great addition to our Christmas light décor, and of course can be placed where you want them without needing to worry about whether there's an electric plug outlet or not, as long as there's enough sun to energize...

Christmas net lights in combinations with other Christmas lights

Christmas net lights are a fantastic way to not only light up your hedges and bushes, but even your trees and homes, as you see above with the swag Christmas net lights.

It's not hard to think up all sorts of different combinations you could use with string lights and other Christmas lights which would really make your Christmas yard display the envy of the neighborhood.

As far as how easy this is to do, unless you're doing something elaborate, it's simply a matter of laying them across or around the object you're interested in displaying them on, and your job is done.

Christmas net lights are a fast and easy way to add a compelling look to your outdoor Christmas décor, as you could even lay one color of net lights over another color on the same hedge or shrub to create an almost endless number of combinations with various light colors. Or you could strategically add string lights or some other type of Christmas lights in different designs and different light colors to make it really stand out nicely.

You get the idea. Christmas net lights are only limited by your imagination as to what you can do with them, and they are a lot of fun and easy to work with.


Chris on April 21, 2011:

What is the best way of storing net lights once it comes time to put them away till time to put them up again..

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