Get this Look: White Lights and Snow

by | Nov 6, 2022

Get this Look: White Lights and Snow
Minnesota Christmas Lights Installation

We love the Minnesota snow in this customer’s photo. We also loved what he had to say:

Classic look

I have these C9 LEDs outlining the front roofline of my house. I was a little concerned they wouldn’t be very bright being spaced 1 ft apart, but they light up the place quite nicely and I really like the warm white look. They’ve also proved durable, as I had my three young kids help screw them into the cord sockets without any breaks!

Josh, 2020

Here is a recipe for this project. Use it as a launching place for your

Get this Look: White Lights and Snow

Get this Look: Opaque LED Bulbs and Cords to Outline a MN Home

An easy, elegant Christmas display.

Materials
  

Notes

Purchase a male plug wherever your Christmas display plan indicates where the cord will be cut to fit and plugged into an outlet or splitter. The 100-foot cords are manufactured with one male plug, so depending on your plan, you might not need additional plugs. 
Female gilbert (vampire) plugs are used to terminate cords.
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