This issue is all about the wondrous world of fairy lights. These little lights, which are strung on wires (usually white) and attached to stakes or pegs are wonderful for adding a magical touch to your decorations and festivities, no matter what the occasion. They look beautiful in their neat rows strung around the Christmas tree, sparkling among the foliage on Halloween or floating serenely among the flowers in your wedding garden. Fairy lights are also perfect for all kinds of indoor decorations, such as over doorways, along hall ways, or hanging from the ceiling in corners where they will bathe a room in a soft glow. And best of all, you can use them to add that special "something" to your home decorating projects, even if you don't have any particular holiday or other event in mind.
In fact, fairy lights make a wonderful and inexpensive addition to your home decorating arsenal for everyday use. what exactly are fairy lights? They are simply small, low-wattage LED on wires . Most often, they come in 6-foot long sections that are easy to attach to each other and to your decorations.
They are perfect for adding a little "twinkle" to your Fourth of July party, or to dress up a baby shower. Use them as garland for your Christmas tree, or string them across the front of your living room couch to create a little "soft" twinkling effect.
You can use them as part of your Christmas decorating, or you can use them year-round. In fact, many people use them as an inexpensive way to add just the right touch of "magic" to their homes all year round.
1. Choosing the right kind of lights
The first consideration is what type of light you are going to use. If you are working in a studio or in a dark environment, you should use soft lighting. If you are working outside at dusk or dawn, you should use hard lighting. What is the difference? Soft lighting is more flattering to your subject and it creates an "even" glow on the face.
Hard lighting, on the other hand, causes harsh shadows under the eyes and around the mouth which makes your subject look gaunt and tired. Now, let's talk about the quality of the light. If you have a choice between daylight and tungsten light, go with daylight. Daylight has a much lower color temperature (warm white light) and it will render your subject looking more like a real person than any other type of light.
2.How to set up fairy lights
we're going to show you how to set up fairy lights in your home or business so you never have to worry about running out of holiday light again. This is an easy and cheap way to add a bit of festive cheer to your home every Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year's, or just because.
We are going to be looking at the lighting kits that came with the two main products mentioned in the content brief: The first product is the Festive Garland which is a beautiful and very effective way to create a sparkling Christmas tree type display anywhere in your house or business. The second product is the Miniature Wonderland which is a small kit containing 16 tiny bulbs that can be strung together to form a long chain of twinkling lights. To begin, we need to think about where we want the fairy lights to go. Obviously, if you are putting them up in your home, they should be on the same level as all the other lights you have strung up throughout the rest of your house. If you are putting them up in your business, then you should consider where you want them to be located.
Meanwhile, for our purposes here, let's say you have decided to put them up in a prominent location such as the entryway to your home or office. Now it's time to start thinking about how you are going to string up the lights. This is actually easier than it seems. All you have to do is attach one end of the thin wire from the packaging containing the fairy lights to the metal eyelet attached to the top of the "V" in the center of the garland. Then, using the pliers supplied with the kit, bend the bare ends of the thin wire around the metal prongs sticking out on the side of the Miniature Wonderland. Then, simply loop the bent ends of the thin wire around the next couple of prongs and continue doing this until all the tiny bulbs are connected in a chain. Then, using the round-nose pliers, gently pull on the looped ends of the thin wire to remove any slack and ensure that all the bulbs are tightly connected. And there you have it. A simple way to string up the fairy lights and have them ready to use in a flash.
Fairy lights are the most beautiful, inexpensive and easy way to add a little "elegance" to your home or business.
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