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COTTON BALL LIGHTS Regular Light String - Creamy + Adapter

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A handmade light chain from our Fairtrade factory in Thailand with the unique Twister light chain! These beautiful cotton balls with light are entirely made under good conditions in our own factory in Chiang Mai. How nice, when a product is fun and sustainable. The Creamy light chain is available in the sizes 10, 20, 35 or 50 lights. Each festoon ...

A handmade light chain from our Fairtrade factory in Thailand with the unique Twister light chain! These beautiful cotton balls with light are entirely made under good conditions in our own factory in Chiang Mai. How nice, when a product is fun and sustainable.

The Creamy light chain is available in the sizes 10, 20, 35 or 50 lights. Each festoon comes with 150 cm of cable without lights. The total length of the available light chain sizes is 258 (10), 378 (20), 558 (35) or 738 (50) cm. The lights are placed 12 cm apart from each other on each chain of lights, leaving enough space between the Cotton Balls. The Cotton Balls can now easily and quickly be twisted on the Twister light cord.

This light chain is one of our bestsellers and therefore extremely popular! The beige tones ensure that the garland can be easily combined with other colours in the interior.

Creamy consists of the colours White, Shell, Cream and Corn. The quantities of Cotton Balls per colour are described below and are used in the Creamy chain of lights.

10: Consists of 3 x White, 3 x Shell, 2 x Cream and 2x Corn.
20: Consists of 5 x White, 5 x Shell, 5 x Cream and 5 x Corn.
35: Consists of 9 x White, 9 x Shell, 9 x Cream and 8 x Corn.
50: Consists of 13 x White, 13 x Shell, 12 x Cream and 12 x Corn.

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