Get This Look: Lighting up Wire Frame Horses

by | Jan 14, 2017

I love it when we receive customer photos showing how our lights made a project like replacing lights on these horses quick and easy.

These horses were repaired using Christmas lights with built-in clips.

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4 Comments

  1. Larry Kastrinos

    Where do I buy these horses?

    Reply
    • Shellie Gardner

      Sorry, Larry, I don’t know where they were purchased. (And sorry for my slow reply!)

      A customer sent us these photos of their project that they re-wired with lights they purchased from us.

      If I see or hear of a source in the future, I’ll post it here.

      Reply
  2. Larry Borglum

    I have four of these same horses, how many lights were on the string used to re-light the horses?

    Thank You

    Reply
    • Shellie

      I’m sorry but the customer didn’t send in the exact number of lights used to restring the horse. Do you still have the original strings or have they been removed? A first step can be to uninstall the strings and measure them.

      If the lights have been removed, a fabric measuring tape can come in handy to estimate the linear feet of lights required.

      Sorry that I don’t have that exact answer. (Moving forward, I’ll be sure to ask!!)

      Reply

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