Pre-Lit 9 ft. Champagne Garland with Clear LightsItem#: HN-KSA940
All of those evenings spent trying to decorate your home for the holidays and getting hopelessly entangled in a seemingly endless supply of strings of lights and rows of garlands are about to come to an end. This champagne-colored garland comes with 100 clear lights that are pre-lit and ready to hang. They'd look amazing indoors as part of a holiday display or outdoors strung across your fence. The final look will look so seamless and professionally done that you shouldn't be surprised if you start getting design orders from the neighbors.
- Decorative garland features an easy-to-hang design
- Champagne-colored, glittering garland with 200 tips
- Pre-lit branches with 100 UL approved clear lights
- Can be used to decorate indoor and outdoor spaces
- Length measures 9 ft.
Celebrate the season by decking your halls with the Pre-Lit 9 ft. Champagne Garland with Clear Lights. Nine feet of sparkling champagne-colored branches are pre-lit with 100 clear lights. Not just glittery, this garland is sturdy enough to decorate outdoors or in.
About Kurt S. Adler Inc.
The story of Kurt S. Adler Inc. begins after the close of World War II when Mr. Adler tried his hand at exporting general goods. Business grew, and European economies flourished so he turned his focus to importing. Ornaments were offered by the 1950s, and beautiful, handmade angels from East and West Germany found an enthusiastic audience in America. Adler expanded the line to glass ornaments from Czechoslovakia, hanging ceiling decorations from Germany, and miniature lights from Italy.
The next decade, Adler started importing holiday decor from the Far East. Colorful snow globes and other animated items became a collector's favorite. In the 1980s and 90s, Fabriche santas, nutcrackers and other collectibles were ushered in. Recent additions include animatronics, fiber optic trees, interactive advent calendars, and synchronized musical decorations.
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