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According to the many people I’ve inadvertently polled in grocery store lines, parking lots, and anywhere small talk is expected, November is too early to put up holiday decorations. Even if your Santa is self-aware enough to be dressed in a pair of board shorts in the mild fall weather, it’s still frowned upon. The common sentiment is ‚let Thanksgiving have its moment.‘
But people change their tune once Thanksgiving has passed and we’re all back at work and the skies are turning darker ever earlier. Bright lights, cheery displays, and candy cane walkways become the highlight of our month — kids pile into the family car to visit that one house that can be seen from space and commuters to drive a little slower on the way home. For the family that leaves no stone unturned by LED lights; Your time has come.
If you’re looking to get into the holiday spirit and want to share some of that cheer with passersby, check out some of the outdoor decorations below to take the homework out of a fun tradition.
Below are 16 great outdoor decorations to get you — and, by extension, your neighborhood — into the holiday spirit:
Falling meteor shower or icicle lights
These falling waterproof lights have super bright LED chips and 360-degree shining angles so they appear brighter. Use them to decorate for weddings, parties, and the holidays.
Big outdoor LED snowflakes
These big hanging snowflakes have 105 cool white LED lights and durable polyproylene frames. They snap open for display and fold flat for easy storage.
A giant cheery Santa Claus holding a gift box
This 84-inch Santa Claus is illuminated by 400 clear LED lights and has a sturdy metal frame and weather-resistant fabric. You can also get it delivered for free.
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