Holiday House 2013

12 Different Ways to Use the Same Strand of Lights

Use vintage-style multicolored twinkle lights to bring unstructured, urban holiday touches to everyday objects.

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Bold Centerpiece

Put a natural yet unexpected twist on your holiday centerpiece with a birch log bundle wrapped with colored lights. When used on a formal dining table, it's best to use battery-operated versions; however, when placed on a sideboard or console table, plug-in lights work well since the cord can easily be tucked and hidden from view.

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