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Those Bliss Lights that look like fairylights?

Started 1381944682.37 in For the Home Talk | Last reply 1384312923.277 by PKB

I just saw a presentation of those Bliss lights last night and was wondering what anyone can tell me about that and how do you set it up outside the front of your home, It just blew me away how pretty it looked on the television.....

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celebration1381977787.473727 PostsRegistered 11/8/2006rochester hills, mi & celebration, fl

Very easy to install....just stick it in the ground and turn it on. I put mine in a flower pot so I can move it around for best effect.

The one thing I will say is that any other ambient light totally washes out the fairy lights. Even porch lights will affect them. They are best used by themselves and not as an addition to an already well lit home. Also, keep in mind they have quite a few lights on the set to get that highly concentrated look. One unit will not give you the same effect.

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FrancescaTn1381979933.823131 PostsRegistered 10/13/2013

Thanks for the input so are you saying I would need more than one set of these, my house is not that big so I though maybe one set of the green would be o. k. for the front yard.

celebration1382020715.7727 PostsRegistered 11/8/2006rochester hills, mi & celebration, fl

My house is a two story colonial (2800 sq. Feet) and it does not cover the entire front. Most, but not all, and they are not concentrated the way they appear on set. More spaced out. I would have to buy another one to really give me that look.

This year, I think I am going to place it under a tree and have all the lights shining up. I think that will give me the magical effect I am looking for. The tree is set further from the house and I will be able to appreciate both the fairy lights and the lighted garlands around the front door since the lights won't be competing with each other.

They are so pretty, I know you will find a way to make it work. Happy Holidays!

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VaBelle351382020816.0510880 PostsRegistered 11/19/2004VA suburbs of Washington, DC

I noticed that HSN had a similar item for 1/3 the price. I havent' seen reviews on it yet, but I thought it was interesting that it was so much less expensive.

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brii1382020919.80329750 PostsRegistered 7/14/2008

I'm really loving those Bliss lights. I am so tempted to get a red and green set.

They're really different.

Shogirl21382024080.6432190 PostsRegistered 12/6/2010
On 10/17/2013 VaBelle35 said:

I noticed that HSN had a similar item for 1/3 the price. I havent' seen reviews on it yet, but I thought it was interesting that it was so much less expensive.

I watched the presentation on it and it looks like it doesn't have near the number of lights on it that the one QVC sells. I'm sure that's why it's so much cheaper.

Just Plain­ Crazy1382024765.255477 PostsRegistered 7/22/2009

Love mine. Have had the green going in my back yard since I purchased in July. Also have the blue that I will put out in the front this Xmas.


CardinalGi­rl1382042242.1137086 PostsRegistered 7/11/2007
I just received the green, which will shine onto my huge Holly tree...and the blue, which will shine onto my house. Can't wait to see how they look!

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pudding981382045816.83249 PostsRegistered 6/13/2010

I bought the blue and the green. The blue was delivered immediately and I loved it. Then a couple days ago the green came and I was blown away. They are both beautiful and each is different. I can't wait to decorate for Christmas. Seriously thinking about ordering the red.

jewel31382154523.8171823 PostsRegistered 6/11/2006West Coast

I have had the blue and green lights in my front yard since July. They are remarkable. Neighbors from blocks away have stopped and asked about them. I live in a small one story bungalow and they light the entire front of the house or most of the trees. I love them in the trees as it looks like fairy lights. The green covers a much larger area. They are so beautiful - try them.

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Chrissue1383853591.8931 PostsRegistered 11/7/2013

{#emotions_dlg.biggrin} Ditto to all the others! I have all three, red, blue and green. Used the green for Halloween for my "scaryscape" and it was amazing. I've had phone calls asking for the website and people knocking on our front door. I'm going to use all three for Christmas...keep you posted!

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D Oro1383861448.7774114 PostsRegistered 2/17/2011Knock Knock, USA

I really. really want the green. I hope it comes back in stock.

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PKB1383862569.241752 PostsRegistered 10/1/2010California
I bought a red one yesterday and will probably put it under the tree in the front yard. If it doesn't do what I want, it goes back!

Lilysmom1383905445.723588 PostsRegistered 11/24/2007
I bought the green and the blue. I used the green on Halloween and I agree that they look great in the garden. I imagine they will be stunning on the snow if you have snow at Christmas! LM

desertDi1383906267.7717477 PostsRegistered 7/14/2007Surface of the Sun

I wonder why they don't have "clear"..........I would buy that

PKB1384311716.6631752 PostsRegistered 10/1/2010California
Holy cow, got the red one and we've been playing with it. Love it so much just got a second one! Would love to have a green one!

dionline1384312448.692541 PostsRegistered 1/6/2008Central Florida

A house up on the main street has a few of these lighting up her palm trees from underneath. It's such a magical & truly spectacular look. I wondered what they were until I saw the on-air presentation. Awesome look but pretty steep in my estimation. I'll be checking for reviews on the one they offer on HSN.

PKB1384312923.2771752 PostsRegistered 10/1/2010California
Yes they are pricy, but can't beat 6 easy pays ;-)

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