Pre-Lit Christmas Wreaths

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Are There Pre-Lit Christmas Wreaths?

Pre-Lit Christmas Wreaths

Christmas wreaths are great decorations at Christmas time. Adding lights to a Christmas wreath can really brighten up the outside of your home at Christmas or it can add flare to a wall in your home. If you don't want to take the time to wrap a set of Christmas lights into an artificial Christmas wreath that you already have, you can purchase a lighted Christmas wreath. This will save you the trouble of stringing it with your own lights, the wreath comes pre-strung.

For example: A 36 inch artificial Christmas wreath comes with 150 clear mini-lights that you plug into an outlet after you have hung the wreath where you want it. A wreath like this is also available at 24 inches around. If you would like, after you purchase a wreath such as this, you can add your own ribbon or other decorative touches to the wreath to give it even more of a Christmas feel.

If you would rather not decorate your own pre-lit Christmas wreath, you can also purchase, at a higher price, pre-lit Christmas wreaths that come decorated. You can find a pre-lit artificial Christmas wreath with a Thomas Kinkade Nativity scene on it.

If you would rather, you can purchase a pre-lit Christmas wreath with multi-colored lights that isn't decorated. This artificial wreath can be as wide as 36 inches and comes with 100 multi-colored mini-lights and will cost about $65. Many times wreaths are available for either indoor or outdoor use, but very often, not both. Therefore, if you want to purchase an outdoor artificial wreath, you will want to make sure it is made for outdoor use.

   

Comments

12/2/2008 3:37:34 PM
Susan said:

What is the best way to plug in the cord if the wreath is going on a door? I am having door/cord issues. Thank you for any suggestions.




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