Lighting Outdoor Decorating


For outdoor decorating LED rope lights rule. They’re flexible, longlasting, and energy efficient. Available in a wide range of colours they often come with function settings, so you can twinkle, fade or go steady! Many varieties are connectable which means you can join sections together, the perfect solution if you’re running a bit short or want to extend your decorations further.


Lighting displayed around tree trunks, Miss Haberdash Christmas 2016


Ropelight spiral trees, Miss Haberdash Christmas, 2016

Already a popular choice with corporate clients (kebab vans, nightclubs and car yards!) they really come into there own at Christmas.


Ropelight motif added to bauble decoration, Miss Haberdash Christmas, 2016


Rope light motif, Miss Haberdash Christmas, 2016

Most outdoor ‘motif ‘decorations are made from ropelight and the process of making these is a fascinating one. The rope light follows the shape of a metal frame and is secured with clear cable ties. It’s as easy or complicated as that, depending on the motif. Of course the manufacturers have the expertise and the equipment to create these safely so be careful if you like to DIY.


Making a ropelight motif, Miss Haberdash Christmas, 2016


Complex dragon fly motif made from ropelight, Miss Haberdash Christmas, 2016

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Why not try something different, rope lights can easily be coiled around a garland or  looped through a Christmas tree. They can be hard to manipulate so use clear cable ties to secure in place.


Elves decorating the Christmas tree with ropelight, Miss Haberdash Christmas , 2016


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