Light up your House for the Holidays with Star Shower

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*Holiday Guide 2015*

Do you dread taking out the Christmas lights to only find them tangled up like a hot mess? I sure do! I love decorating for the holidays but I have to be honest and say that over the years we never decorate the outside of the house. I think partially part of the reason is that both my husband and I are afraid of heights and ladders, well, they scare the bajeebers out of me. I can handle roller coasters, but ask me to get on a ladder, not happening! I am so excited that I can finally have some Christmas lights on my house this year due to this great product Star Shower.

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With the Star Shower, you can illuminate your entire house with a combination of green and red stars, or green stars. With the extra long stake, it makes it a lot easier to place in the yard as well as covering the area more. Being able to decorate the house for Christmas makes it a lot easier to get into the Christmas spirit. When we used to drag out the holiday lights, not only did we not want to hang them outside because of the fear of ladders, but once you get them out, you find a tangled mess that literally can take hours to untangle. In addition, once you get them untangled you find broken bulbs! Replacing lights every year is such a hassle. You go to the store and then have a hard time finding the lights you want. Having the Star Shower has been my saving grace this year. If you are looking to illuminate your house this year, the Star Shower may be a good option. You can also decorate the inside of your house or even a child’s room after the holidays.

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