Our white (also known as 'clear') mini lights are, hands down, our most popular lighting option for not only Christmas, but for many applications including:
They are also the perfect accents for your porch, craft project, and look fab lighting up trees inside and out.
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Imagine you are walking into a wedding reception. The wedding party's table is adorned with tulle, clear mini lights and flowers that match the bride's bouquet. The wedding cake is surrounded with tulle, ivy, and strands of clear mini lights shining softly from behind the chiffon tablecloth.
The trellises, arbors, and artificial trees have clear mini lights intertwined from top to bottom and across for a sparkling effect. The dance floor columns are wrapped with clear mini lights and cast a soft glow over the shiny dance floor. Close your eyes and imagine how magical it looks.
Christmas trees and wreaths, both inside your home and outdoors, will be dazzling adorned with white Christmas lights. Mantles and fireplaces are instantly transformed for the holidays as well. Our clear lights are especially pretty when combined with a specific ornament theme, such as snowmen, angels, or snowflakes.
(You'll be tempted to leave some of them up all year.)
Does the little girl in your life dream of being a princess? Why not create for her a wonderland in her very own bedroom?
Cookouts will now be an extraordinary event at your house.
Your party will be anything but ordinary when lit, outlined and accented.
Your guests will linger awhile, so chill a few more drinks and put out a few more brownies.
You're already envisioning your home decorated with clear mini lights, aren't you? For even more ideas on how to decorate with mini lights, see our helpful decorating articles.
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