Blue Christmas lights - 50 bulbs with 6-inches of space between bulbs on green wiring
Planning an Independence Day Party? Already looking forward to decorating for the Olympics?
Combine these blue lights with the same strings in red and white for a festive celebration!
With a generous 6 inches of space between bulbs, these longer light strings cover more distance than our lights with 2.5 and 4 inch spacing making them a good choice for projects like the following:
- longer fencelines
- larger Christmas trees
- wrapping larger tree trunks
- outlining railings
Don't forget to order an extra couple of strings to light the center of your Christmas tree -- we call it "lighting the core" and you can read more about it here.
Does your mantle need an extra touch of light? The green wire blends beautifully with many types of natural and artificial greenery. Take the look outside and install these lights on your front door wreath.
Other uses for these Christmas lights include the following:
- superhero birthday parties
- a tailgating party
- homecoming if blue is one of your team's colors
- lighting the way in for guests at a baby shower
These blue Christmas light strings are constructed with 50 bulbs spaced 6 inches apart and are just over 25 feet long including the distance between the last lights on each end of the strings and the male and female plugs. Don't forget to order enough lights to accent your garland and any wreaths where you have access to a 120-volt outlet.
If one light burns out the others will continue to burn but the same current will be running through fewer bulbs. Be sure to keep an eye out and replace burned out bulbs as soon as possible. If a bulb is removed or dislodged in its base, then the circuit will go out.
You can run up to 10 sets of lights in series and each set comes with 2 replacement bulbs and a replacement fuse. Be sure to remember to save the replacement bulbs that come with these sets. If you need to run more than 10 sets, use another extension cord or splitter. Do not exceed the maximum rating of your breaker.
Plug all your Christmas lights into a surge protector. Make sure your surge protector is outdoor-rated if you are installing your lights outside.