Christmas decor is not complete without a sparkle lights. But before you add some of it, here are some expert tips to create a winter wonderland to your own home. First of all, consider to use lights with the UL (underwriters Laboratories) label and be sure you are using lights designed specifically (especially for outdoor use). If it’s so, choose LED (light-emitting diode) light strings are an energy-efficient alternative to incandescent light strings that save your money, glow at lower temperatures and last longer than standard incandescent holiday lights.

There are a variety of styles and types of both indoor and outdoor LED holiday lights; string icicle lights for roof edges, net lights for bushes, colored floodlights and rope lights for railings, porches, trees, doors and windows. So choose the one that suitable with your need. Make sure you stay clear of power lines when you install your holiday lights and use timers to control them so they activate only at night. Now check out these 48 beautiful DIY Christmas light decoration ideas below to inspire you.

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