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  1. Hey everyone! I’ve been making face masks for my neighbors here in Nashville. Came across some Christmas lights fabric and figured I could make them for you all as well. They’re $10 each with free shipping. https://bit.ly/StramMade-Masks
  2. Here is the link to the sequence for anyone that wants it. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1avw7ZEtxBH-aV-IHSq6koPqwD8KQPTb8
  3. You are right! Last year was my first year. Looking back, now that I’ve shifted to pixels, I’m quite proud of what I was able to accomplish with only 16 AC channels. Just goes to show that anyone can do this hobby, no matter how small their show is 😊
  4. My sequence made it all the way to becoming an LOR YouTube video!!
  5. I have personally bought some of the WS2811 bullet nodes and strips off of Amazon. It's been about 50-50 for quality. Knowing this, I made sure to buy ones that had free returns as an option. The above mentioned color order is something you want to be careful of. One strip I ordered was GRB not RBG. I have switched to programming with XLights this year, their software allows for you to change the color order of the strands so this was not a problem for my setup. Not sure if LOR offers a similar feature. If you want some good quality lights, for a reasonable price, check out www.wiredwats.com. Their lights are some of the least expensive ones without buying directly from a vendor like Ray Wu or taking a chance on ones from Amazon or eBay.
  6. I’m selling the roofline lights I used last year. I bought them at Lowe’s for $30/each, asking $15/each. $7.50 to ship individually or $15 for all together. These lights are SUPER bright. See video below for example. They also fit perfectly up under my shingles, so I didn’t have to mount them to my house. They still have a year left on the warranty. Pic of the lights can be seen HERE Specs from GE can be found HERE
  7. May I have a copy? I’ll take any pixel mega Tara sequences you don’t mind sharing 🙏🏼 tracystram@gmail.com
  8. I'm wanting to do a singing pumpkin (AC) for Halloween this year, and I was wondering what lights I would need to get started. A lot of the pumpkin templates I've found have a small number of lights for the eyes and mouth. How do I achieve such a small number when string lights come in higher counts?
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