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Safe Halloween Decorating Strategies

October 4, 2016

Halloween is quickly becoming the most popular holiday for decorating. According to Sparky the fire dog, at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), decorations are the first things to ignite in over 1,000 home fires each year. Autumn and Halloween decorations seem especially vulnerable, due to the tinder-like quality of dried foliage and flowers, combined […]

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Sensational Halloween Costumes with LED Lights

October 2, 2016

Sensational: [sen-sey–shuh-nl], adjective: producing or designed to produce a startling effect, strong reaction, intense interest, especially by exaggerated, superficial, or lurid elements extraordinarily good; conspicuously excellent; phenomenal (Webster’s Dictionary)

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Dazzling Retail Displays: Decorate with LEDs

October 1, 2016

Retail store owners hoping for a way to boost sales may want to consider something other than mailbox fliers and advertising campaigns. There’s a way to dazzle your customers so they won’t just walk on by. This type of visual merchandising is eye-catching, creative, safe, and a cost-effective marketing tool—LED decorative lights.

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Easy Halloween Decorating Ideas

September 18, 2016

  When decorating for Halloween, there are a wealth of options to make your yard the most festive one on the block – from Lime Frost LEDs that can cast a glow over the creepiest graveyard, to Purple and Orange Icicle Lights that invite trick-or-treaters up your front door.

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Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Halloween Celebration

September 16, 2016

Americans have many great holidays, and holiday traditions, including Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Halloween. Many of us celebrate these holidays by decorating, having parties, giving gifts, and traveling to be with family members. Americans love our holiday celebrations, and they wouldn’t be the same without the long-standing accompanying traditions, like turkey on Thanksgiving, trick-or-treating on Halloween, […]

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Soft Lighting Keeps Monsters Away

September 10, 2016

As autumn descends into Fall, and long bright days pave the way to dark evenings, a lot of parents are going to be awakened by their small child’s newly developed fear of darkness. According to WebMD, fear of the dark typically manifests itself around the ages of 2-3 when children reach the stage of brain […]

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Decorate Your Fall Festival With Themed Halloween Lights

September 8, 2016

You know it’s time for the annual fall festival when warm summer days turn to crisp autumn nights, and the leaves begin to turn a kaleidoscope of colors. A fall festival offers a family-friendly alternative to traditional Halloween activities, and they are the most anticipated fall event for school fundraisers, church get-togethers, and neighborhood celebrations.

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Dorm Room Decorating: 6 Things You’ve Got to Pack

August 11, 2016

You’ve just arrived and are figuring out how to decorate an 8 x 5 foot space with cinderblock walls so it doesn’t look dull. There are many dorm room decorating products in stores, and numerous ideas on the internet. Here are a few of our favorites because they won’t break the bank and they won’t […]

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Football Parties – Raising The Bar

August 4, 2016

Football season is upon us and if there’s anything better than watching your favorite team or watching your fantasy team win on a site like FanDuel, it’s watching your team or watching your fantasy team win surrounded by your friends! Great football parties take work, combining a fantastic party with the king of all spectator […]

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Summer Festival Magic: Decorating for Community Festivals

July 28, 2016

A Festival Every Night… Summer is the time when people enjoy the magic of outdoor festivals. It’s been said that there are so many festivals in this season that a person could easily wander his state and hit a festival every night from June 1st to September 1st. If you’re a festival goer and love […]

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