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  • My favorite Christmas story
    The One I Create Every Year.
  • Location
    Chuckey/TN
  • Biography
    I decorate generally more for Halloween, my passion. Although never gory, all little kid friendly. Now the neighbors are wanting (asking) that I do as much or more for Christmas...I currently own 10 Christmas Items...working on that this year. Love animation and scenes so that's why Im here...need ideas and HELP
  • Interests
    Halloween, kids, living peacefully.
  • Occupation
    Retired
  • About my display
    I want to do an ice pond with animation. I currently want to make a skater with leg animation but just haven't figured out how to do this...I found at a junk store an old fiberglass produce table that is rectangle and I'm thinking good place to start with this project...some twinkling lights under a tempered glass outdoor table I scavenged, but that's as far as I've gotten

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  1. Better yet, they "should" be making a song editing within the LOR software.....hint hint WISH.
  2. You have done an awesome Christmas Display- just beautiful. As for your estimate on $1000 for LOR...sorry it is going to take more than that...the extension cords alone (sale or not) can easily be over $200 for a modest display. The DEMO for sequencing is not really applicable to the real thing but you will see once you invest in the LOR- and you being 16, well you probably have less of a learning curve than us old (er) people. Just a reminder that what you can do with 16 or 32 circuits is just that...each channel controls one thing at the points in time that you want your display channel t
  3. I have an LOR and I don't find nor think sequencing it is easy by any means. It requires many an hour to make it do what you want it to do when you want it to do it . Borrowed sequences are just learning tools as no one has the same set up nor do they generally want the same action happening for where it might be in the set up. Copying and paste- ing is a tool to learn early on because you will be moving segments around to suit your display and that is truly how you will end up learning the programming.
  4. Walmart is carrying LED Rope lights at $9.98 in 15 foot length. But don't expect these to be "splicable" because they aren't- they are however connectable. I think that the LED rope lights are just inheritently not problem free when you get into lengths beyond a certain point. I returned all that I bought this year because they quickly showed sections not working and no way to fix them compared to being able to actually splice regular rope light for repairs or design. I also did not like the color hues...I like the traditional rope light colors.
  5. I've got the symptoms of the Christmas Funk too....haven't even attached the extension cords to what little I do have out. No lights strung on the house, garland's crumpled in the corner downstairs, Santa's in a corner too. I started an ice pond idea, but just cant get focused to figure it out, so I stuck some prelite wire skaters around the tempered glass of my outdoor table and have left them so far in the dark so to speak. I don't have a cause that centers around my display but maybe that's my problem this year....I've disengaged myself as to why I do do this. It really started when I wen
  6. Sorry my husband only took video because I do a lightshow. I used more than 3 strands and I tried to balance my placement because I didn't put them on every branch. You will like the effect its enchanting and looks more "decorator" than just stringing the straight strands.
  7. I used my icicle lights on a tree during Halloween and it gave it a nice weeping willow effect and only took one string per branch no matter the thickness of the branch. I used plastic zip ties rather than wrapping....which I found much easier on me when taking them down...especially at heights. I had a lot of nice comments about the tree and I actually only did it that way because I had more icicle lights than straight strings ( used straight lights to wrap the trunk).
  8. There is nothing wrong with your ORANGE color scheme for Christmas. There are so so many variations of intergrating that color into the holiday you just have to think outside the Christmas red and green. An example is the western theme...it can use reds, blues ,browns,etc and even burlap (the "in" this year) which could very well compliment your orange walls. You could even go the other way and use greens and pinks purples that are in the color shade of that orange and make it bright and festive. You have so many possibilities that wont make you paint the wall if you only look past the trad
  9. The wagons are part of a lighted train set...they currently have one listed on ebay for $65 for the whole set. If I recall from memory these were hot about two years ago and ranged in price wise (complete) for $150, but the object of your neighbor "giving" them to you is not about the value but that she/he saw you displayed for the love of Christmas so use them like the "curator"....you cant put a price on the true meaning of Christmas.
  10. Its nice...keep it...use it...enjoy it....that's the name on this one.
  11. I showed my husband your Santa House because I'm always wanting to display the inside animated items outside ....so he knows a project for next year will be coming....Love Love your set up...especially the walkways of arches.
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