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Do your lights languish out-of-sight and out-of-mind, hidden away in the dark of a closet or attic from July to November? Just apply some out-of-the-box thinking and you'll come up with lots of alternative non-holiday uses for your Christmas lights.

Here are just a few ideas to help you enjoy your LED Christmas lights for all twelve months of the year.

Put your Christmas lights to work in giving your kitchen an ambiance makeover.

: How about lighting up those dark and murky gaps left between the top of your kitchen cabinets and the ceiling? Most fireplaces are rarely used because having a real fire involves lots of fuss and muss.

Use bright LED Christmas lights to create a cheery warm glow. Use a wide variety of materials to weave together a hanging chandelier that you can then decorate with your LED Christmas lights. Outdoor Christmas lights are durable enough to face the elements and can be a fun way to brighten up your backyard.

Wrap mini-LED Christmas lights around your porch columns or railing to accentuate your outdoor design and cast a little glow as you enjoy your yard throughout the entire year. This is also a great way to let your kids flex their creative muscles in designing distinctive, personalized works of art for display in their rooms. If your Christmas lights are LEDs instead of incandescents, you can use them year-round without worrying about the cost.

Think of other ways to keep your Christmas lights burning bright all year long.

kitchen cabinets string lights
kitchen cabinets string lights
lights in a fireplace
lights in a fireplace

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