We heard this question so often that starting this year, we now carry more LED lights on white wire than ever before.
Now, you can choose between more than pre white or warm white white.
We have a ton of color options in several shapes but most especially in our replaceable 5mm LED line - red, orange, blue, yellow, blue, green and multi.
You might consider a fun project this season for your family's tree or for an extra tree in a Dining or more formal room.
1. Find a plain white Christmas tree. If there are none left in your area, you can find a tall, skinny, unlit white tree over at Amazon.
2. Choose a color and the number of bulbs you think you'll need - take a look at our Christmas lights calculator for a suggestion of how many lights to put on your tree.
3. Remember that mini lights can be connected up to 210 watts in series so make sure that you don't overdo. Be sure to install your lights with care - they'll stay lit if one bulb burns out but if a bulb falls out of it's socket, then you'll lose that part of your circuit.
Choosing a color for lighting your white tree allows you to pick up colors in your decor, celebrate a sports team or just enjoy your favorite color. Have fun and be sure to send us a photo of your project!
To make shopping easier if this is the style of light you are looking for, we've gathered them all together in one category. You can still shop by shape and color and these lights will be listed in those categories as well.
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