Friday, October 23, 2015

Green Light Landscape Projector Laser Decorative Lighting for Outdoor and Indoor

Christmas is nearing soon and it's time to start thinking about how I am going to decorate the inside of my house...candles, garland, tree and holiday scents.  Not only am I thinking about the inside of my house, but also the outside...lights, yard decor and hanging bulbs from the trees.  So much time and work goes into decorating for the holidays, whether it is Christmas, New Years or just for Fall.

One thing I'm for sure, the outside will be done with lights!  And not will it be done in or with lights, but this year, it will be less of a hassle.  No more finding the burned out bulb, just to get the whole string working, no more pulling out the ladder to hang the lights and no more running multiple cords everywhere around the yard.

Thanks to EverGo Tek and Aceple, one area of my house will be done with just one gadget.  That's right, just one gadget (although I will have others similar to it in my yard for my house.)  The Green Light Landscape Projector is perfect for illuminating your bushes, trees or landscaping with lights along a path.  Small, but with a lot of light, this green landscaping light is the perfect color for highlighting a designated shrub or tree. This light can be used indoor or outdoor and is designed to focus on one or two particular object in your yard or in your house.  

This light is perfect for parties, outdoor gatherings, weddings and more.  It is a very small laser light that has an aluminum body, that gives off a magical lighting effect.  This is not recommend for weather that is below zero degree celius and should not be used in very cold weather, such as sleet, snow or ice.  

You can focus the light on just one object or add the light to others, for more green power! Below is a picture I took. This light, although small, can actually sparkle one side of my kitchen.

***I received a complimentary product, in exchange, for my honest review.  All opinions expressed are solely my own.

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