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Find out how to Make a DIY Christmas Wreath With LED Strip Lights

With regards to pre-lit Christmas wreaths, white, multicolored, and fiber-optic color-changing are concerning the extent of accessible choices. This 12 months, you can also make your home stand out with an LED DIY Christmas wreath. Utilizing a Colour-Chasing RGB LED Gentle Strip Equipment with an included distant, your wreath can show 29 colours and 99 dynamic color-chasing and color-changing modes and patterns. The steps and video beneath show make a wreath so distinctive and filled with colour that everybody must cease and stare.

Supplies Wanted:
(1) Wreath
(1) Wreath Hook
(1) Colour-Chasing RGB LED Gentle Strip Equipment
(2) 1-Meter LC4 Extension Cables
(1) Waterproof Silicone Sealant
(1) 10-Millimeter Silicone Finish Cap
(1) Magnet and Scorching Glue Gun OR Double-Sided Foam Tape
(1) AA or D Battery Pack Energy Provide
OR
(1) Desktop Energy Provide with Energy Twine (included with gentle strip package)

Notice: You need to use any weatherproof or waterproof LED strip gentle and matching connectors to light up your wreath for outside utility. 

1. Wrap the strip in a spiral kind out and in of the foliage. In case your wreath has a bow or ribbon, there’s no must wrap behind it.

As a result of it is a color-chasing strip, you might have considered trying its chase patterns to start at a sure location on the wreath. It’s best to energy on the strip earlier than wrapping it across the wreath to make sure that it’s wrapped the way you need it.

2. When the strip involves an finish, it can almost definitely be longer than what’s wanted. Lower the strip on considered one of its designated reduce factors (between gold contact factors proven in picture beneath).

three. Apply silicone sealant to the tip cap, and place the cap on the tip of the strip to waterproof the joint.

four. On the backside of the wreath, join an LC4 extension cable to the strip. Wrap the connector across the wreath in order that the tip of the cable is on the prime of the wreath.

5. Run double-sided tape alongside the again of the wreath hook to safe the wire out of your different LC4 extension cable to hook. On this case, we wanted to separate the wires to run alongside either side of the again of the hook.

6. Cling the hook in your door.

7A. For those who’re utilizing a battery pack:

Utilizing a scorching glue gun, safe the controller across the battery pack, and plug its barrel connector into the output connector on the battery pack.
Connect the LC4 connector on the again of the wreath hook to the controller’s LC4 connector.
Utilizing a magnet (secured with a scorching glue gun), you may connect the battery pack to the again of the wreath hook. You may as well use double-sided foam tape to safe it to your door or to the hook.

7B. For those who’re utilizing a desktop energy provide:

Connect the LC4 connector on the again of the wreath hook to the controller’s LC4 connector.
Plug the facility provide into the barrel connector on the controller.
Utilizing a magnet (secured with a scorching glue gun), you may connect the facility provide to the again of the wreath hook. You may as well use double-sided foam tape to safe the facility provide to your door or to the hook.
Relying on the place your wall outlet is, you would possibly or may not want an extension twine to plug into the tip of the facility provide twine.

eight. Connect the LC4 connector extension on prime of the wreath to the LC4 connector on the backside of the wreath hook, and dangle the wreath.

Now your wreath is able to be hung! It supplies a terrific accent to entrance doorways and praise to yard decor. Use it inside or, with outside rated LED strips, outdoors even in moist circumstances.

When you’ve got questions on what’s wanted or set up a unique strip, don’t hesitate to name us toll free at 866-590-3533. Our customer support and technical help groups can be found from eight:30 a.m. to eight p.m. CDT Monday-Thursday and eight:30 a.m. to four p.m. CDT on Friday.

About The Writer

Samantha M.

Samantha is a copywriter/blogger at Tremendous Vivid LEDs, Inc. She graduated from the College of Missouri with a bachelor’s in journalism and at present lives in St. Louis along with her husband. When she’s not immersing herself in all issues LED, she’s zumba-ing or enjoying along with her two little troublemakers (chihuahuas)!

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